Stephen Lawrence Morgan
(Sociology, June 2000)
Thesis Title: Educational Attainment and the Bayesian Dynamics of Expectation Formation
Committee: Christopher Winship (Chair), Aage Sorensen, Christopher Jencks, Richard J. Murnane
Initial Placement: Assistant Professor, Cornell University
Current Position: Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Education at Johns Hopkins University
Stephen L. Morgan is the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Education at Johns Hopkins University. His current areas of scholarly research include education, demography, public opinion, causal inference, and survey methodology. His published articles and books are detailed on the publications page of this site as well as his Google Scholar page. He also analyzes crime incident and arrest patterns in Baltimore City (see reports). He is one of two faculty co-PIs (along with Jeremy Freese of Stanford University) of the General Social Survey.