On 1 January 2019, my position in the Department of Public Administration and Sociology at Erasmus University Rotterdam (NL) was made permanent. My new tenured position is Assistant Professor of Social Science Research Methods, reflecting my contributions to the Department's methodological training for Sociologists, Public Administrators and student in the interdisciplinary program in the Management... Continue Reading →
I was voted the 2018 Lecturer of the Year by Public Administration students at the Department of Sociology and Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam. I teach the first year course in Quantitative Methods. This was one of the first courses I ever taught and it is one of my favorites! I enjoy teaching a... Continue Reading →
On 1 January 2017, I joined the faculty of the Department of Public Administration and Sociology at Erasmus University Rotterdam (NL) as an Assistant Professor of the Sociology of Work. During 2017-2018, I will be on leave from the University of Southampton, although I will continue as an affiliate of the ESRC Research Centre for Population... Continue Reading →
On 5 May 2016, I won the Southampton University Student Union award for Best Academic Support for the Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences. It's such pleasure to work with my students here at Southampton--what a thrill to find out that the feeling is mutual! A real honor, thanks so much!
On Tuesday 21 July 2015, findings from research conducted in collaboration with Kenneth Aarskaug Wiik (Statistics Norway) about "Partner choice and timing of first marriage among children of immigrants in Norway and Sweden" were featured in an article entitled "Få gifter seg utenfor båsen [Few get married outside their 'group']" in Vårt Land. (For an English translation via Google Translate click... Continue Reading →
On Thursday 9 July 2015, I provided expert commentary on new statistics released by the Office of National Statistics on Marital Status and Living Arrangements in England and Wales in an article entitled 'Third of adults yet to make it down the aisle' by Richard Ford in The Times. "More than a third of adults in England and Wales are single... Continue Reading →
Along with research teams in Sweden (Elizabeth Thomson (PI), Gunnar Anderson, Eva Bernhardt), Norway (Kenneth Aarskaug Wiik), and the United States (Kelly Musick), I will investigate how cohabitation is related to family instability and the formation of complex families in Sweden, more broadly in Europe, and the United States. This research project will take advantage of newly available Swedish Generations and... Continue Reading →
On Friday 5 December 2014, I provided expert commentary on new statistics released by the Office of National Statistics on Childbearing in England and Wales in an article entitled 'Rise of the only child as women build their carriers' by Richard Ford in The Times. "One-child families are at their highest level for more than... Continue Reading →