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Daniel S. Nagin, PhD Biography

Professor of Public Policy and Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University
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No position found as of Feb. 27, 2013

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Associate Dean of Faculty, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University, 2006-present
  • Adjunct Professor of Psychology, University of Pittsburgh, 2005-present
  • Professor of Public Policy and Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University, 1999-present
  • Chair, Committee on Deterrence and the Death Penalty, National Research Council, 2010-2011
  • Member, MacArthur Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice, 2003-2007
  • Member, MacArthur Network on Social Interactions and Economic Outcomes, 2000-2005
  • Professor of Management, Carnegie Mellon University, 1986-1998
  • Deputy Secretary for Fiscal Policy and Analysis, Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, 1981-1986
  • Associate Professor of Public Policy and Operations Research, Carnegie Mellon University, 1979-1981
  • Senior Associate, Cambridge Systematics, 1978-1979
  • Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Duke University, 1976-1978
  • Systems Analyst, New York Academy of Medicine, 1972-1973
  • PhD, Urban and Public Affairs, Carnegie Mellon University, 1976
  • MS, Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University, 1971
  • BS, Administrative and Managerial Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University, 1971
  • Member, Committee on the Causes and Consequences of High Incarceration Rates, National Research Council, 2012-present
  • Member, Center Advancing Longitudinal Drug Abuse Research, University of California Los Angeles, 2005-present
  • Member, American Statistical Association, 2000-present
  • Member, American Society of Criminology, 1986-present
  • Member, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, 1986-present