Executive Director at Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy
Dissertation Title: Are They Really 'Our Kind of People'? Does class or race affinity better describe the philanthropy of the black community?
Director of the Fulbright Program, Bogota, Colombia.
Dissertation Title: Immigrant Micro Entrepreneurship: The Colombian Case in New York and New Jersey
Dissertation Title: The Redevelopment Activities of Historic Religious Institutions in New York
Interim Director of the Public Policy Program at Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College.
Dissertation Title: Loosely Evidence-Based: The Role of Research in U.S. Teen Pregnancy Policy
Part-time assistant professor at The New School, lecturer at Hunter College, and adjunct professor at Columbia University, and serves as a management consultant specializing in strategic planning, fundraising and cultural policy
Dissertation Title: The Role of Arts and Culture in Modern Cities: Making Art Work in Toronto and New York
Assistant Professor of Community and Regional Development in the Department of Human and Community Development at the University of California, Davis
Dissertation Title: Race, Poverty and State Intervention in the Informal Economy: Evidence from South Africa
Policy analyst in the Office of Policy and Strategy-Research and Evaluation Unit of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Dissertation Title: Refugee Resettlement: The Rule of Ethnic Culture Brokers and Social Networks in Access Services
Management trainer at New York City Housing Authority
Dissertation Title: The Effect of Housing Subsidies on Union Status and Visitation
Assistant professor of urban studies in the HHS Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Dissertation Title: Shelter Injustice and the Endurance of Housing Poverty in South Tucson, Arizona
Social development specialist, part of the Conflict, Crime and Violence team for Social Development at the World Bank
Dissertation Title: What's Money Got To Do With It? The Economics of Risk in Commercial Sex Work in Managua, Nicaragua
Assistant professor in the Department of Puerto Rican and Latino studies at Brooklyn College-CUNY, where he has taught as an Instructor and adjunct lecturer since 2005
Dissertation Title: Miami's Dual Stew Pot: Revisiting the Limits of Ethnic Solidarity in the Miami Cuban Enclave and Implications for Public Policy
Teacher for the New York City Department of Education.
Dissertation Title: Collaborative Partnerships and the Transformation of Secondary Education through ICTS in South Africa
Assistant professor of sociology at the University of Missouri-Kansas City
Dissertation Title: Immigrant Communities and Ethnic Linkages: Suburban Koreans in the New York-New Jersey Metropolitan Area
Dissertation Title: Stories of Returning Women: Lessons learned from Deinstitutionalization
Instructor in the Department of Sociology at Queens College-CUNY
Dissertation Title: Network Management in Cultural District Implementation. The Case of Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts
Associate professor of urban studies and geography at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC, Canada since 2003
Dissertation Title: A Pragmatic Test for Sustainability Indicator Projects: the case of social learning in Seattle
Senior research associate at MDRC
Dissertation Title: Identifying and Unbundling the Employment Impacts of a Time-limited Welfare Program*deceased
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"The Ph.D. program in Public and Urban Policy is highly distinctive because it combines a strong grounding in social and economic theory with a focus on practical and state of the art methods. As a quantitative researcher, I greatly benefited from the core curriculum which stretched me to view my work in a broader sociological and alternative economic perspective. The program helped me to see more the human factors and assumptions underlying what initially appear to be technical procedures. In addition, the flexibility of the program enabled me to extend my quantitative skills by taking advanced quantitative classes in the economics department including courses in econometrics and agent based models. It has just the right balance."
—Richard Hendra, 2004 Graduate, Senior Associate at MDRC