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Michael J. Rosenfeld, PhD Biography

Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Stanford University
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Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Stanford University
  • Consulting Editor, American Journal of Sociology
  • Lecturer: “Young Adulthood as a Factor in Social Change” at the Sociology Department Colloquium, UC Berkeley, 2006
  • Winner of the Roger V. Gould memorial prize for “Exchange Theory in Mate Selection, 2006
  • Judged the best paper in the American Journal of Sociology, 2005
  • Presented “Alternative Unions and the Independence of Young Adults in the U.S.” at the Bay Area Colloquium in Population at Berkeley, 2003
  • Stanford Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Grant recipient for “Intermarriage and Same-sex Union Interview Project,” 2003
  • Hellman Faculty Scholar, 2002-2003
  • PhD, Demographics of Mexican American Assimilation, University of Chicago, 2000
  • MA, Latin American Studies, University of Chicago, 1991
  • BA, Mathematics, Brown University, 1989


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