Natasha Quadlin


Assistant Professor


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Email    quadlin@soc.ucla.edu
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Natasha Quadlin is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at UCLA. Her research examines social inequality in the contemporary United States, with an emphasis on inequality in access and returns to education. She is particularly interested in using large-scale experiments and surveys to examine the mechanisms behind inequalities in schools, families, and labor markets. Other projects use experimental methods to examine public attitudes, and how these attitudes are linked with inequalities on account of gender, social class, race, and other characteristics.

Degrees

Ph.D., Sociology, Indiana University, 2017

M.S., Applied Statistics, Indiana University, 2014

M.A., Sociology, Indiana University, 2013

B.S., Social Policy, Northwestern University, 2009

Awards

Devah Pager Outstanding Article Award, ASA Section on Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility, 2019

Distinguished Article Award, ASA Section on Sociology of Sex and Gender, 2019

James Coleman Award for Best Article, ASA Section on Sociology of Education, 2019

Karl F. Schuessler Award for Graduate Research, Indiana University Department of Sociology, 2016

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow

Selected Publications

Quadlin, Natasha. 2020. “From Major Preferences to Major Choices: Gender and Logics of Major Choice.” Sociology of Education 93(2):91–109.

Quadlin, Natasha. 2019. “Sibling Achievement, Sibling Gender, and Beliefs about Parental Investment: Evidence from a National Survey Experiment.” Social Forces 97(4):1603–30.

Doan, Long and Natasha Quadlin. 2019. “Partner Characteristics and Perceptions of Responsibility for Housework and Child Care.” Journal of Marriage and Family 81(1):145–63.

Quadlin, Natasha. 2018. “The Mark of a Woman’s Record: Gender and Academic Performance in Hiring.” American Sociological Review 83(2):331–60.

Quadlin, Natasha. 2017. “Funding Sources, Family Income, and Fields of Study in College.” Social Forces 96(1):91–120.

Quadlin, Natasha Yurk. 2016. “Gender and Time Use in College: Converging or Diverging Pathways?” Gender & Society 30(2):36185.

Quadlin, Natasha Yurk and Daniel Rudel. 2015. “Responsibility or Liability? Student Loan Debt and Time Use in College.” Social Forces 94(2):589614.

Collaborators

Jordan Conwell, University of Wisconsin

Long Doan, University of Maryland

Christina Ciocca Eller, Harvard University

Laura Hamilton, University of California, Merced

Brian Powell, Indiana University

Vinnie Roscigno, Ohio State University

Tom VanHeuvelen, University of Minnesota

Jill Yavorsky, University of North Carolina-Charlotte