Clinical Associate Professor of Sociology, Director of MA Program in Applied Quantitative Research
Ph.D. 2007 (Social Policy Analysis), Columbia University;
M.Phil 2006 (Social Policy Analysis), Columbia University;
M.Eng. 1999 (Operations Research and Industrial Engineering), Cornell University;
B.S. 1998 (Operations Research and Industrial Engineering), Cornell University
Areas of Research/Interest
Criminal Justice and Criminology; Family Demography; Poverty and Inequality/Stratification.
Geller, A., Jaeger, K., & Pace, G. (forthcoming, 2017). Using the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study in Life Course Health Development Research. Chapter 30 in Halfon, N., C. Forrest, R. Lerner, & E. M. Faustman (eds.) Handbook of Life Course Health Development Science.
Geller, A. (2016). “The Process is Still the Punishment: Low-Level Arrests in the Broken Windows Era.” Cardozo Law Review.37(3): 1025-1058.
Geller, A., Jaeger, K., & Pace, G. (2016). “Surveys, Records, and the Study of Incarceration in Families.” ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences. 665:22-43
Geller, A., Fagan, J., Tyler, T. R., & Link, B. (2014) “Aggressive Policing and the Mental Health of Young Urban Men.” American Journal of Public Health. 104(12): 2321-2327.
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