The Upjohn Institute is excited to announce that Beth C. Truesdale will be joining its research team this summer.
Currently a research associate at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, Truesdale is a sociologist specializing in issues of income inequality and how the changing nature of work affects worker wellbeing and retirement decisions. A Rhodes Scholar, Truesdale earned bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Oxford before earning her doctorate in sociology from Harvard University.
Upjohn Institute President Michael Horrigan lauded the expertise and perspective Truesdale brings to the Institute. "Her focal areas and her experience with case studies, ethnographic research, and public policy make Beth a wonderful complement to other Institute researchers and will help us serve our mission of promoting employment strategies and good jobs for all," Horrigan said.