Natasha Quadlin

Assistant Professor, Sociology, College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Quadlin conducts research on social inequality in access and returns to education. Her current projects use large-scale experiments and surveys to examine mechanisms of gender inequality in education and the labor market. She often collects data using methods such as population-based survey experiments and audit studies that pull together employment decisions from real companies.

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Education

PhD, Sociology, Indiana University
MS, Applied Statistics, Indiana University
MA, Sociology, Indiana University
BS, Social Policy, Northwestern University

Funders

National Science Foundation
National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation
Time-Sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences