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Daniel Kimmel

Daniel
Kimmel

Assistant Professor of Sociology

PhD, University of Chicago, 2016
AM, University of Chicago, 2007
AB, University of Chicago, 2006

I am a sociologist of education focusing on problems of violence and bullying in schools, especially with an eye to health outcomes for students. I am also interested in conflict and violence as general phenomena, with links to topics such as crime, masculinity, and somatics. I also love teaching, and devote more of my time and attention to it than I probably should.

Sociology of Education (special focus on violence and bullying problems in schools), Conflict & Violence, Criminology & Juvenile Delinquency, Masculinity, Teaching and Learning in Sociology, Quantitative Methodology, Health & Well-Being

FELLOWSHIPS 2013-14 National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship (1-year award of $25,000; declined for appointment at Yeshiva) 2012-13 American Journal of Sociology Editorial Fellowship, associated with appointment as American Journal of Sociology Associate Editor (1-year award of $20,000 plus tuition) 2012-13 American Education Research Association Dissertation Grant (1-year award of $20,000) 2007-12 Institute for Education Sciences Pre-Doctoral Interdisciplinary Research Training Fellowship (5-year award of $30,000 per year plus tuition) OTHER HONORS AND AWARDS 2017 Lillian F. and William L. Silber Professor of the Year, Yeshiva College 2013 SAGE Teaching Innovations & Professional Development Award ($500 travel grant for American Sociological Association’s Section on Teaching & Learning 2013 pre-conference workshop, “to prepare a new generation of leaders in the sociology teaching movement”) 2013 Certificate in University Teaching, University of Chicago Center for Teaching & Learning 2012 Honorable Mention, Excellence in Course Design and Assessment Award, University of Chicago Center for Teaching & Learning

Kimmel, Daniel M. 2014. “Effects of Adolescent Violent Victimization on Adult Depression: Testing Heterogeneity for Males and Females.” Society & Mental Health 4(3): 179-96. First published online 18 April 2014, doi: 10.1177/2156869314527295

daniel.kimmel@yu.edu
212-960-5400 x6858

Wilf campus - Belfer Hall
Room#538

Beren campus - Stanton Hall (245 Lexington)
Room#923

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Fall 2018
Independent Study
SOCI 4901

 

Interrogating Masculinities
HBSI 1009H

 

Interrogating Masculinities
SOC 2502H

 

Violence, Schools Education
HBSI 1005

 

Violence, Schools Education
SOCI 2305

 

Summer 2018
Epidemiology
EXQM 1007

 

Epidemiology
PUB 1236

 

Epidemiology
SOC 2407

 

Law and Society
HBSI 1008

 

Law and Society
SOC 1160

 

Spring 2018
Epidemiology
EXQM 1007

 

Epidemiology
PUB 1236

 

Epidemiology
SOC 2407

 

Epidemiology
SOCI 1236

 

Social Theory
SOC 3002

 

Fall 2017
Criminology
HBSI 1301

 

Criminology
SOC 2301

 

Introduction to Sociology
SOC 1001

 

Summer 2017
Epidemiology
EXQM 1007

 

Epidemiology
PUB 1236

 

Epidemiology
SOC 2407

 

Law and Society
HBSI 1008

 

Law and Society
SOC 1160

 

Spring 2017
Deviant Behavior Soc Control
HBSI 1302H

 

Deviant Behavior Soc Control
SOC 2302H

 

Sr Seminar for Sociology Maj
SOC 3090