Advisory Board Committee

Advisory Board Committee

  • Biography

    Mitsuhiro Urano is an Associate Professor in the School of Business Administration at Kwansei Gakuin University in Japan. He studies management and organizations based on organizational sociology. His research interests lie in algorithmic management, social enterprises, employment relations, and innovation.

  • Biography

    Lena Song is an assistant professor of economics at UIUC. She studies media and information technologies, with a focus on their relationship to diversity and inequality. Much of her work involves original data collection including archival research or randomized experiments. She is an Adjunct Associate Research Scholar at Columbia University, and an affiliate of SSRC Digital Platforms Initiative, NYU Center for Social Media and Politics, and Poverty Action Lab.

  • Biography

    Greer Mellon is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Brown University in the Population Studies and Training Center, and she is also affiliated with the Annenberg Institute. She is a sociologist who researches educational and labor market inequalities in the United States. She is particularly interested in how leadership and organizational policies can be leveraged to reduce social inequalities. She is primarily a quantitative scholar, and conducts research with large-scale administrative data and survey experiments. Her work has been published in Sociology of Education. She has received support for her research from the NaEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship and the Russell Sage Foundation. 

  • Biography

    Frank Andre Guridy holds the Dr. Kenneth and Kareitha Forde Professorship of African American and African Diaspora Studies at Columbia University. He is also a Professor of History and the Executive Director of the Eric H. Holder Initiative for Civil and Political Rights at Columbia. Guridy holds a Ph.D. from University of Michigan, an M.A. from the University of Illinois, and a B.A. from Syracuse University. His research spans sport history, urban history, and the history of American social movements. His fellowships include the Scholar in Residence Fellowship at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the Ray A. Billington Professorship in American History at Occidental College and the Huntington Library. His book publications include: The Sports Revolution: How Texas Changed the Culture of American Athletics (University of Texas Press, 2021), Forging Diaspora: Afro-Cubans and African Americans in a World of Empire and Jim Crow (The University of North Carolina Press, 2010), and Beyond El Barrio: Everyday Life in Latina/o America (NYU Press, 2010). His next book, The Stadium: An American History of Politics, Protest, and Play (Basic Books, 2024), will be published in August 2024.

  • Biography

    Camille Tremblay-Antoine is specializing in computational social sciences with a particular focus on the analysis of textual and survey data, survey experiments, causal inference, and physiological measurements of the functional state. Applying these methods, Camille analyzes political, administrative, media, and citizen phenomena with a commitment to making these phenomena accessible to a wider audience. Numerous involvements have resulted in platforms for knowledge transfer and innovation, such as DatagotchiPolimeter and Quorum Project

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