Ph.D. Candidate

Xiaoning Huang

Xiaoning Huang’s research interests: Social Policy, Immigration

Xiaoning (Jack) Huang is a doctoral candidate and adjunct lecturer at the Columbia University School of Social Work. Huang’s research interests include social welfare policy, international migration, organizational theory, and applied econometrics. His dissertation investigates social and policy determinants of migrants’ human capital and welfare use in the United States. Huang worked as a researcher at the US Department of Commerce’s Center for Economic Studies under the Census Bureau’s special sworn status. He was a program specialist and adjunct lecturer at the University of Southern California’s Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work after receiving the Master of Social Work degree from USC. Huang is a strong entrepreneurship professional with a demonstrated history of advancing international development via collaborative research, educational programs, media, and innovative technologies.