He received his bachelor's degree from Columbia University in 1909, as well as his PhD from the same school in 1911.
He taught economics at Wellesley College for one year. He then moved to Smith College where he taught sociology and served as department chair (1912-1921). In 1920 he was elected as a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.
He played an important role in creation of a quantitative, statistical sociology in the United States in the years between World War I and World War II (1920-40).
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