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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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