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Seminar Series: Kathryn Edin, Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University

Fathers and Urban Poverty
When Sep 29, 2014
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where 2236 School of Public Health
Contact Name
Contact Phone 301-405-6403
Attendees Elaine Anderson
Ryan Blick
Michel Boudreaux
Melissa Brown
Diana Cassar-Uhl
Hyeeun Chung
Philip Cohen
Craig Fryer
Kerry Green
John Hart
Sandra Hofferth
Jonathan Jackson
Joan Kahn
Jeehye Kang
Melissa Kearney
Theresa Kim
Meredith Kleykamp
Anthony Kondraki
Yoonjoo Lee
Leigh Leslie
Lucia Lykke
Sangeetha Madhavan
Lis Maring
Jean McGloin
Mona Mittal
Kaitlyn Moherley
Marian Moser Jones
Sara Mosher
Taylore Mountain
Ashley Munger
Tyler Myroniuk
Payne Ortlieb
Allyson Pakstis
Monique Parker
Deirdre Quinn
Michael Rendall
Allison Schroeder
Natalie Slopen
Towanda Street
Yassaman Vafai
Reeve Vanneman
Seema Vithlani
Damman Waters
Andrew Williams
Moriah Willow
Jenni Wong
Mary Zaki
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Kathyrn Edin, Johns-Hopkins University

About the Speaker

Kathryn Edin is Distinguished Bloomberg Professor in the Department of Sociology, Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns-Hopkins University. She is a Trustee of the Russell Sage Foundation and on HHS’s advisory committee for the poverty research centers at Michigan, Wisconsin, and Stanford. She is a founding member of the MacArthur Foundation-funded Network on Housing and Families with Young Children and a past member of the MacArthur Network on the Family and the Economy. She received her Ph.D in sociology from Northwestern University in 1991 and has also taught at Rutgers University, Northwestern University, the University of Pennsylvania, and, most recently, Harvard University as a Professor of Public Policy and Management at the Harvard Kennedy School and chair of their Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy. 

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Please note this event will be held at the School of Public Health

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