Asher Dvir-Djerassi

Asher Dvir-Djerassi

Asher Dvir-Djerassi is a joint Ph.D. candidate in Sociology and Public Policy.  He is a Student Fellow at the Stone Center for Inequality Dynamics, where he works closely with the Wealth and Mobility (WAM) Study. Asher’s research primarily concerns income and...
Analidis Ochoa

Analidis Ochoa

Analidis examines how domestic and international policies and rising economic inequality have contributed to millions of Americans exchanging their blood plasma for money. Tracing the evolution of the blood plasma industry and analyzing the experiences of hundreds of...
Katherine Leu

Katherine Leu

Katherine Leu is a Ph.D. student in Sociology and an IES predoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan, as well as an NSF Graduate Research Fellow.  Her research interests include higher education, social stratification, and the sociology of education; she is...
Nils Neumann

Nils Neumann

Nils is a historical sociologist with substantive interests in social inequality, political economy, social theory, and quantitative as well as comparative-historical methods. He is a graduate student fellow with the Stone Center for Inequality Dynamics and the Center...
Davon Norris

Davon Norris

Davon Norris’s research is broadly oriented to understanding how our ways of determining what is valuable informs patterns of inequality with an acute focus on racism and racial inequality. Often, this means he studies the history, construction, and operation of...