Stefanie A. DeLuca teaches sociology at Johns Hopkins University. Her current research uses interdisciplinary frameworks and multiple methodologies to examine the sociology of education, urban sociology, neighborhoods, and social inequality in the life course. Her research also involves sociological considerations of education and housing policy. She is interested in rigorous research designs for causal inference using both experimental and non-experimental data, as well as the use of qualitative work to understand causality and the effectiveness of social policies.
Her major areas of research have focused on the determinants of educational attainment; the role of noncognitive skills; the transitions to work for young people who do not attend college; the role of housing, neighborhood and social context on youth and family outcomes; patterns of youth residential mobility, and how mobility relates to changes in family, school, and neighborhood context. She is the recipient of a William T. Grant Foundation Scholars award for her research on housing.
She received her PhD in human development and social policy from Northwestern University.
Latest Work by Stefanie A. DeLuca
- Dear Baltimore Youth: We See Your Incredible Promise
- May 15, 2015
- School Choice Not Available to Every Family
- May 1, 2014
- Policy Directions: Race, Poverty, and Housing
- January 4, 2013
- Housing Policy After The Truly Disadvantaged
- September 28, 2012
FEATURING Stefanie A. DeLuca
- We Can’t Talk About Housing Policy Without Talking About Racism
- May 19, 2015
- The Long, Painful and Repetitive History of How Baltimore Became Baltimore
- May 1, 2015
- Compelling Evidence that Ending Segregation Ends Poverty
- February 15, 2015
- Is Ending Segregation the Key to Ending Poverty?
- February 3, 2015
- What your 1st-grade life says about the rest of it
- September 2, 2014
- Julian Castro Should Visit Baltimore on the Way to His New HUD Secretary Desk
- July 14, 2014
- The Benefits (Mostly) of Moving Families From High-Poverty Neighborhoods
- April 28, 2014
- Baltimore’s Mobility Program Proves The Success of Housing Vouchers
- April 4, 2014
- How to Sell Poor, Inner-City Families on a Life in the Suburbs
- March 31, 2014
- What happens when the government tries to help poor people move to better neighborhoods?
- March 25, 2014
- Is There a Better Model for Housing Vouchers?
- March 25, 2014
- Sneak Peek of the Burbs Helps Families Leave Inner City
- March 21, 2014
- Mossburg misrepresents research on housing vouchers
- May 7, 2013