Garip in her office

Professor of Sociology

Scholar of Migration, Social Networks, and Inequality

About my research

About Dr. Garip

I am a sociologist at Princeton University, spending most of my time on research. I teach courses on sociology, data science and public policy. I advise undergraduate and graduate students on their theses. I believe in open science and open careers and provide the code and links to data, human—subjects protocols for all my papers. I also share all my career materials. Please view my CV for more information.

Learn more about my research and view the code and data used in my papers.

Recent Highlights

Medal of Science

I’ve been awarded the 2019 Koç University Rahmi M. Koç Medal of Science. Visit the media page to learn more. (12/20)

Three Book Awards

My book, On the Move: Changing Mechanisms of Mexico-U.S. Migration, has received three awards: the Otis Dudley Duncan Award of ASA’s Population Section, the best book award of APSA’s Migration and Citizenship Section (8/17) and the Mirra Komarovsky award from the Eastern Sociological Society. (3/18)

Washington Post Op-Ed

My op-ed on immigration policy appeared in the Washington Post. (4/17)