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  • Douglas S. Massey Curriculum Vitae

    May 1, 2016

    Address: Office of Population Research Princeton University Wallace Hall Princeton, NJ 08544 dmassey@princeton.edu

    Birth: Born October 5, 1952 in Olympia, Washington, USA

    Citizenship: Citizen and Resident of the United States

    Education: Ph.D., Sociology, Princeton University, 1978 M.A., Sociology, Princeton University, 1977 B.A., Magna Cum Laude in Sociology-Anthropology, Psychology,

    and Spanish, Western Washington University, 1974

    Honorary Master in Arts and Sciences, Honoris Causa, University of Pennsylvania, 1985. Degrees: Doctor of Social Science Honoris Causa, Ohio State University, 2012

    Languages: Fluent in Spanish

    Employment: (9/05-present) Henry G. Bryant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University

    (7/03- 8/05) Professor of Sociology and Public Policy, Princeton University (7/94-6/03) Dorothy Swaine Thomas Professor, Department of Sociology,

    Graduate Group in Demography, and Lauder Program in International Studies, University of Pennsylvania

    (7/90-6/94) Professor, Irving B. Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago

    (7/87-6/94) Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago (7/85-7/87) Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Graduate

    Group in Demography, University of Pennsylvania (9/80-7/85) Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Graduate Group

    in Demography, University of Pennsylvania (9/79-9/80) NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Graduate Group in Demography,

    University of California at Berkeley (1/79-6/79) Lecturer, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International

    Affairs, Princeton University (9/78-9/79) Research Associate, Office of Population Research, Princeton

    University

    Major Fields: Demography, Urban Sociology, Stratification, Social Research Methods, Latin American Studies, Race/Ethnic Relations, Biosociology, Immigration

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    Honors and John Hope Franklin Award 2016, for exceptional scholarship in the field of Awards: Race, Racism and the Law, from the Law and Society Association

    President, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 2006-2015 Robert and Helen Lynd Career Award 2014, Community and Urban Studies

    Section, American Sociological Association Robert E. Park Award for Best Book 2014. Community and Urban Studies

    Section, American Sociological Association Paul Davidoff Award, 2013. From the Association of Collegiate Schools of

    Planning for Climbing Mount Laurel: The Struggle for Affordable Housing and Social Mobility in an American Suburb (Princeton U. Press)

    Irene B. Taeuber Award, Given by the Population Association of America in recognition of an unusually original or important contribution to the scientific study of population or for an accumulated record of exceptionally sound and innovative research, 2013.

    Award for the Public Understanding of Sociology, American Sociological Association, 2012

    Lifetime National Associate of the National Research Council, 2011 Julian Simon Lecture, 8 Annual Migration Meeting, Deutsches Institut fürth

    Wirtschaftsforschung--DC, May 13, 2011 External Fellow, Center for Research and Analysis of Migration, University

    College London, 2011-present Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation, 2009-2010 Distinguished Career Award, International Migration Section, American

    Sociological Association, 2009 Award for Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship in Population, for "From

    Illegal to Legal: Estimating Previous Illegal Experience Among New Legal Immigrants to the United States" published in Demography and coauthored with Guillermina Jasso, Mark Rosenzweig, and James Smith, from the Population Section of the American Sociological Association

    Premio de Reconocimiento de Destacado Mérito, El Consejo Cultural Mundial, México, D.F., 2008

    Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2006 Senior Prize, 2005, Vereinigung der Freunde des Deutschen Instituts für Wirtschaftsforschung (Association of Friends of the German Institute for

    Social Research–Berlin) for the paper “Return Migration by German Guestworkers: Neoclassical versus New Economic Theories” published in International Migration 40(4):5-38.

    Otis Dudley Duncan Award, Population Section of the American Sociological Association (for Beyond Smoke and Mirrors), 2004.

    W.E.B. DuBois Fellow, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 2003-present

    Antonio García Cubas Prize, Best Book on Mexican Art, National Institute of Anthropology and History, Mexico City, 2001 (for Milagros en la Frontera)

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    President, American Sociological Association, 2000-2001 Member, American Philosophical Society, Elected 2004 Member, National Academy of Sciences, Elected 1998 Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Elected 1995 Member, Sociological Research Association, Elected 1989 Exemplary Alumnus Award, Western Washington University, 2000 Clifford C. Clogg Award (outstanding early career), Population Association of

    America, 1998 President, Population Association of America, 1996 Member, Council of the American Sociological Association, 1996-99 Southwest Book Award, Border Regional Library Association

    (for Miracles on the Border), 1996 Distinguished Publication Award, American Sociological Association

    (for American Apartheid), 1995 Otis Dudley Duncan Award, Population Section of the American

    Sociological Association (for American Apartheid), 1994 Critics' Choice Award, American Educational Studies Association

    (for American Apartheid), 1993 First Vice President, Population Association of America, 1994 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellow, 1990-91 MERIT Award, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development,

    1987-97 Board of Directors, Population Association of America, 1986-1989 NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Berkeley, 1979-1980 Charlotte Elizabeth Proctor Fellowship, Princeton University, 1977-78 NIH Trainee in Demography, Princeton University, 1975-77 Outstanding Graduate in Sociology-Anthropology, Western Washington University, 1975

    Administrative (7/11- present) Director, Office of Population Research, Woodrow Wilson Experience: School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University

    (1/09-6/09) Chair, Dean Search Committee, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University

    (7/04-6/09) Director of Ph.D. Program in Policy Studies, Woodrow Wilson (7/06-6/07) Interim Director, Program in Latin American Studies, Princeton

    University (7/96-6/03) Chair, Department of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania (1/97-12/97) Chair, Dean Search Committee, School of Arts & Sciences,

    University of Pennsylvania (9/95-7/96) Director, Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania (10/90-6/94) Director, Center for Latin American Studies, University of

    Chicago (7/87-9/90) Director, Population Research Center, University of Chicago

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    (10/87-9/90) Chair, Committee on Demographic Training, University of Chicago

    (7/85-6/87) Chair, Graduate Group in Demography, University of Pennsylvania

    Professional Population Association of America Affiliations: American Sociological Association

    International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Southwestern Social Science Association Latin American Studies Association International Sociological Association Mexican Demographic Society American Association for the Advancement of Science

    Funded Grants: (9/1/97-5/31/20) “Public Use Data on Mexican Immigration.” National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Principal Investigator, $1,125,000 1 R01 HD35643

    (1/1/09-11/30/15) The Latin American Migration Project and the Center for Migration and Development, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, $750,000,

    (6/1/11-12/31/11) “Segregation, Securitized Lending and Foreclosure Outcomes in New York City.” Center for New York City Neighborhoods, $10,000

    (1/1/09-12/31/11) “Monitoring Mt. Laurel.” John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, $450,000.

    (2/1/08-12/31/08) “Proposal for a Pilot Survey of New Immigrant Destinations.” Russell Sage Foundation, $150,000. Co-PI with Marta Tienda

    (6/1/07 - 5/31/12) “Social Influences on Early Adult Stress Biomarkers,” National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, $323,969.

    (7/01/02-6/30/04) “Transnational Identities and Behavior.” Russell Sage Foundation. $65,000.

    (6/1/01-5/31/04) “Theoretical and Methodological Analysis of Mexico-U.S. Migration.” NICHD, R3TW01223A, $120,582

    (8/1/01-7/31/08) “Religion and Religious Practice among New Immigrants to the United States.” Pew Charitable Trusts, $500,000. Co-PI with Guillermina Jasso.

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    3/1/98-11/1/2014) “New Immigrant Survey.” NICHD, R01HD33834, $4,239,124, Subcontract, Co-PI with Guillermina Jasso, Mark Rosenzweig, and James Smith.

    (9/1/98-8/31/2010) “National Longitudinal Survey of Freshmen at Selective Colleges and Universities.” Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, $6.5 million (with Camille Charles).

    (3/1/98-2/28/05) “The Latin American Migration Project,” Principal Investigator, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, $738,769, 1 R01 HD3584-01.

    (12/1/95-11/30/98) “The New Immigrant Survey: A Pilot Study.” NICHD, $1,218,550. Co-PI with Guillermina Jasso, Mark Rosenzweig, and James Smith.

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