Grad Students

Nathan Hoffmann

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Nathan is interested in international migration, inequality, education, and quantitative methods. His work focuses on how the experience of international migration transforms the lives of immigrants and their children. He has studied the academic performance of Eastern European immigrants in Western Europe, the test scores of children of immigrants in the United Kingdom, and the migration of immigrants in same-sex couples ito the U.S. For more details, please visit

Fields of Study

international migration, social stratification, education


Hoffmann, Nathan I. 2018. “Cognitive Achievement of Children of Immigrants: Evidence from the Millennium Cohort Study and the 1970 British Cohort Study.” British Educational Research Journal 44 (6): 1005–28.


Roger Waldinger


MA: Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles, 2020

MSc: Social Policy & Social Research, University College London, November 2017 

BA: French, Music (Cello Performance), University of Missouri-Kansas City, May 2013