Kadeem Noray

Kadeem Noray

Resident Tutor
C-13
IMs & Athletics (Co-Lead), Public Service, Race Relations
Kadeem Noray
Hi Adams!  I was born in Ontario, Canada and moved to Trinidad & Tobago when I was one.  When I was five, I moved to central New Jersey where I spent the remainder of my childhood.  I attended Hillsdale College (’15) where I earned degrees in physics, mathematics, and economics.  After that, I spent two years out west in Bozeman, Montana where I earned my master’s in applied economics at Montana State University.  I am currently a graduate student in the economics track of the Public Policy PhD program at Harvard.  Furthermore, I will be a graduate fellow in the Inequality and Social Policy Program at the Harvard Kennedy School starting in Fall 2018.  During my academic career my research has covered a broad range of topics in economics and policy including police brutality, evolutionary game theory, and skill change in STEM occupations.  When I am not at my cubicle doing research, you can usually find me playing basketball, reading philosophy, or watching Netflix with my wife (and best friend) Savannah.  

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