Emma Zang, HKUST Social Science MPhil and Duke PhD graduate, was awarded “Best Graduate Student Paper” by the American Sociological Association Section on Asia/Asian-America for our Demography paper “Males’ Later-Life Mortality Consequences of Co-residence With Paternal Grandparents: Evidence From Northeast China, 1789-1909” which she lead-authored. We began the paper while an MPhil student at HKUST. The paper used the CMGPD to study how co-residence with paternal grandparents in childhood affected mortality in later life. The award will be presented in August 2019 at the business meeting of the Asia/Asian-America section at the American Sociological Association.
Emma will also be taking a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor in Sociology at Yale in July 2019.
Congratulations to Emma!
Zang, Emma., Cameron Campbell 2018. Males’ Later-Life Mortality Consequences of Coresidence With Paternal Grandparents: Evidence From Northeast China, 1789-1909. Demography. 55(2):435-57. PDF.