Graduate Students

Bradley Cox

Bradley Cox

UNI: 
bnc2109
fa2224@columbia.edu
Bradley
Cox

Yun Dai

Yun Dai

UNI: 
yd2283
fa2224@columbia.edu
Yun
Dai

Derisse David

Derisse David

UNI: 
ddd2130
fa2224@columbia.edu
Derisse
David

Bolei Liu

Bolei Liu

UNI: 
bl2519
fa2224@columbia.edu
Bolei
Liu

Kathrine Nistrup Madsen

Kathrine Nistrup Madsen

UNI: 
kn2340
fa2224@columbia.edu
Kathrine
Nistrup Madsen
Biographical Note: 

Kathrine is a Danish Fulbright Scholar. She obtained her bachelor degree in 2012 from Copenhagen Business School in Business Administration and Sociology. In her thesis she undertook an analysis of the impacts of past Danish development aid to Vietnam on contemporary public-private business collaborations. Subsequently she completed a year at the MSc. Strategy, Organization and Leadership graduate program, which she plans to finish after her stay at Columbia.

Kathrine’s principal interests, both theoretical and substantive, lie at the center of current concerns and include e.g. globalization, development, social change, institutions and management. Particularly she is interested in the gaps and clashes between theory and practice, and her approaches are often interdisciplinary and within the fields of political, economic and organizational sociology.

During her studies she has worked as consulting director at 180 Degrees Consulting, helping non-profits and socially conscious businesses achieve higher social impact. She is also editor of Embedded, a student run academic journal in Economic Sociology and Political Economy.

Ashundria Oliver

Ashundria Oliver

UNI: 
avo2105
fa2224@columbia.edu
Ashundria
Oliver

Naomi S. Salas-SantaCruz

Naomi S. Salas-SantaCruz

UNI: 
nss2155
fa2224@columbia.edu
Naomi
Salas-SantaCruz

Amaya Perez-Brumer

Amaya Perez-Brumer

UNI: 
agp2133
agp2133@columbia.edu
Amaya
Perez-Brumer
Biographical Note: 

Amaya is pursuing a Ph.D. in Sociomedical Sciences with a concentration in Sociology  and is a recipient of the NIH pre-doctoral training grant in Gender, Sexuality and Health. Amaya received her B.A. in Italian Studies and History from Colorado College in 2007. She received her M.S. from Harvard School of Public Health in the Department of Society, Human Development and Health in 2013. Prior to Columbia, Amaya was a Rotary International Ambassadorial Research Fellow working for the UCLA Program in Global Health (PGH) satellite office in Lima, Peru. Amaya is broadly interested in multidisciplinary strategies for HIV/STI prevention and control among men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender individuals in Latin America.

Cohort Year: 

Yu-Hsiu Wang

Yu-Hsiu Wang

UNI: 
yw2602
fa2224@columbia.edu
Yu-Hsiu
Wang
Biographical Note: 

Yu-Hsiu Wang received her bachelor degree from National Taiwan University. Her research interests lie in gender, immigration, and social mobility.

Kimberly Ward

Kimberly Ward

UNI: 
kw2541
fa2224@columbia.edu
Kimberly
Ward
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