Report , News of 8 February 2017

Sarah Dahmann successfully defended her dissertation

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Sarah Dahmann successfully defended her dissertation on “Human Capital Returns to Education – Three Essays on the Causal Effects of Schooling on Skills and Health” at Freie Universität Berlin. On the same day, she received her graduation certificate from the DIW Graduate Center at a ceremony with 15 other PhD graduates, including three former SOEP members, Elisabeth Church (née Bügelmayer), Adrian Hille, and Nina Vogel.

Sarah has left the SOEP to start a postdoctoral position at the University of Sydney as of March. We wish her all the best and a good start downunder.