Matt Mleczko

Doctoral Student, Population and Social Policy Program
Entered Fall 2018
229 Wallace Hall

B.A. Economics and Political Science
University of Notre Dame, 2015


Matt Mleczko is a Ph.D. candidate in Population Studies and Social Policy at the Office of Population Research and the School of Public and International Affairs. He also works as a graduate research assistant in The Eviction Lab. Prior to his graduate studies, he spent three years as a health policy research assistant at Mathematica in Ann Arbor, MI. He received his B.A. in Economics and Political Science from the University of Notre Dame in 2015.

Matt studies housing policy and inequality, particularly affordable housing policy, land use and zoning policy, and integration as a strategy to promote equity, reduce prejudice, and improve social trust within and across communities. His other research interests include quantitative methods, spatial analysis, intergroup contact, measures of social trust, and community-based participatory research.