Nathan Edward Fosse

Nathan Edward Fosse

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(Sociology, May 2012)
Thesis Title: When Tomorrow is Never Promised: Drug Use, Sexual Health, and Beliefs Toward the Future Among Low-Income Emerging Adults
Committee: Michèle Lamont (chair), Kathryn Edin, and William Julius Wilson
Initial Placement: Global Scholar (postdoctoral fellow), Successful Societies Program, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR)
Current Position: Sociologist, Division of Continuing Education, Harvard

I am a quantitative sociologist who researches social identity, crime, and health. My present project examines the prevalence of the opiate epidemic using latent cluster models. I presently Introduction to Statistic (Stat-E100) at Harvard Extension School. My publication list and work experience is listed in detail on my LinkedIn Profile. In addition to teaching statistics I have been a Visiting Fellow at IQSS and a Reseach Associate at Tufts University.

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