• Education
    • DUKE UNIVERSITY
      In Progress. PhD, Sociology.
      2016. M.A. in Sociology and ABD.
      Exams: Organizations; Economic Sociology/Choice Modeling
      UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
      2013. M.A. in Sociology.
      UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
      2010. B.A. in Philosophy.
    • Publications
    • JOURNAL ARTICLES
      2016. Amy Binder, Dan Davis, and Nick Bloom. “Career Funneling: How Elite Students Learn To Define and Desire ‘Prestigious’ Jobs.” Sociology of Education 89(1) 20-39.
      2010. Nicholas Bloom. “Explaining Emotional Outbursts: A Davidsonian Account of Hursthouse's Arational Actions.” Aporia 21(1): 77-89.
    • Presentations
    • CONFERENCE
      2016. Bloom, Nick and Thomas LeBlanc. “Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) patients' emotional distress is associated with understanding of prognosis.” American Society of Hematology Annual Meetings & Expo – Oral Presentation. San Diego, CA. December.
      2016. Steinhauser, Karen E., Kathryn I. Pollack, Thomas W. LeBlanc, Nick Bloom, Jennie Riley, Cara Mariani, James A. Tulsky. "Triadic Expectations: Decision-Making in Advanced Cancer." 10th Annual Kathleen Foley Palliative Care Retreat. Quebec. October.
      2016. “The Value of Categorical Ambiguity for Religious Organizations.” ASA Annual Meetings, Regular Session: Non-Profit Organization: Resources, Growth, and Power. Seattle, WA.
      2015. “Imaginary Ties.” ASA Annual Meetings, Regular Session: Social Networks. Chicago, IL.
      2014.with Amy Binder and Dan Davis. “Celebrated, Competitive, but Constrained: Elite Students’ Construction of Prestigious Careers at Harvard and Stanford.” ASA Annual Meetings, Regular Session: Elites. San Fransisco, CA.
      2014. “Gendered Attrition and Attraction in Undergraduate STEM Inequality.” Southern Sociological Society Annual Meetings - Regular Session Presentation. Charlotte, NC.
      2013. “How Academic Discipline and Gender Shape Student Attrition and Expected Earnings.” American Sociological Association Annual Meetings: Education Section Roundtables. New York, NY.
      DEPARTMENT
      2015. “The Value of Categorical Ambiguity for Organizations.” Duke Economic Sociology Workshop. Durham, NC.
      2015. “Imaginary Ties.” Duke Sociology Jensen Series. Durham, NC.
      2014. with Brian Aronson. “Violence in Rap Lyrics, 2002-2014.” Duke Sociology Jensen Series. Durham, NC.
      2014. with Amy Binder. “Professional Funneling: The Narrowing of Student Aspirations for Finance, Consulting, and High Tech Careers at Harvard and Stanford.” UNC Department of Sociology, Culture and Politics Workshop. Chapel Hill, NC.
    • Grants & Fellowships
    • DUKE UNIVERSITY
      2016-2017. Phillip Jackson Baugh Fellowship. Graduate School.
      2016. Conference Travel Award. Graduate School.
      2016. Summer Research Fellowship. Graduate School.
      2015. Research Materials Grant. Department of Sociology.
      2014-2015. Graduate Fellow. Kenan Institute for Ethics.
      UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
      2011-2013. Sociology Department Merit Fellowship.
      UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
      2008. International Summer Service Learning Program Grant: Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
    • Experience & Employment
    • DUKE UNIVERSITY
      2016. Research Assistant for Martin Ruef.
      2013-2015. Research Assistant for Kieran Healy.
      2014. Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Sociology (Undergraduate).
      2013. Teaching Assistant, Statistics I and II (Undergraduate).
      UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
      2013. Graduate Student Researcher for Amy Binder.
      2013. Grader, Social Deviance (Undergraduate).
      2012. Grader, Sociology of Education (Undergraduate).
      2012-2013. Graduate Student Researcher for Tom Medvetz.
      UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
      2010-2011. Research Assistant for Christian Smith and the Center for the Study of Retrgion and Society.
    • Service
    • DUKE UNIVERSITY
      2016. Co-Coordinator, Prospective Graduate Student Visit.
      UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
      2013. Organizing Committee, Tenth Annual UCSD Sociology Graduate Conference.
      2012. Coordinator/Creator, Quantitative Working Group.
      2012. Organizing Committee, Ninth Annual UCSD Sociology Graduate Conference.