Students on the Market

Below, you will find snapshots of Sociology graduate students currently on the market. Click on each photo for a full profile and candidate summary.

Research Interests: Comparative Sociology (foci: Global Economy & Politics, Global Inequality & Poverty, Immigration), Sociology of Education (foci: Stratification, School Contexts, Digital Inequality), Sociology of the Family (foci: Life Course, Intergenerational Relationships, Gender, East Asia), Quantitative Methods (foci: Multilevel Models; Categorical Analysis; Methods for Panel and Longitudinal)

Dissertation: “The Inequality of Digital Learning among Middle-School Students between Rich vs. Poor Countries”

Committee: Simon Cheng (chair), Mary J. Fischer, Jeremy Pais, Michael E. Wallace, and David L. Weakliem

Research Interests: Political Sociology, Feminist & Queer Theories, Theories of the State, Sexualities, Sexual Citizenship, Sex and Gender, Qualitative Research Methods, Race, Class, Gender, Sociological Theory, Feminist and Queer Research Methods, Feminist Science Studies

Dissertation: “Negotiating Non-Monogamies: State Projects/ Daily Life”

Committee: Dr. Davita Silfen Glasberg (chair), Dr. Bandana Purkayastha, Dr. Kim Price-Glynn

Research Interests:

Labor and Labor Movements; Social Inequality; Sociology of Education; Social Movements

Teaching Interests:

Introduction to Sociology; Social Problems; Race, Class, and Gender; Social Theory; Research Methods/Statistics

Dissertation: “Clean Air and Good Jobs: U.S. Labor and the Struggle for Climate Justice”

Committee: Michael Wallace (Chair), Mary Fisher, Jeremy Pais, Mark E. Sullivan, and David Weakliem.