College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Sociology

Graduate Students


Names & Areas of Interest

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Akers, Sarah - Family Organization, Race, Stratification, Genocide/Ethnic Conflict
Anaya, Mandy - Family, Work and Occupation, Gender, Statistical Methods
Astorino, Joseph Anthony  - Sociology of Science, Environmental Sociology, Sociology of Agriculture, Stratification, Pedagogy, and Service Learning
Bai, Yikang  -  Education, Stratification
Bean, Elyse  -  Environmental Sociology, Policy, and Environmental Justice
Beltz, Lindsey  -  Crime and Deviance, Political Sociology, Inequality, Quantitative Methods
Bittinger, Katherine - environmental sociology; criminology, and methods & statistics
Blake, Sarah Elizabeth  -  Sociology, Labor Markets, and Rural/Community
Colby, Ashley - Environmental Sociology, Sociology of Food, Sustainable Agriculture
Collazo, Jose Luis -Immigration; Development; Labor Market Inequalities; Stratification; Latin American Studies
Crookston, Andrew  -  Political Sociology, Globalization, Human Rights, Sociology of Education, Agriculture, Demography
Dahlem, Jonathan -
Darras, Brice - Technology, Aging, Privacy, Research Methods 
Dzialo, Elizabeth -
Greenberg, Pierce  -  Political Sociology, Development, Criminology, Social Inequality, Sociology of Sport
Hao, Feng - Environmental Sociology, Quantitative Method
Hauslik, Darcy  -  Environmental Sociology, Political Sociology, and Methods & Statistics
Inlow, Alana -
Kremer, Joseph  -  Criminology, Deviance, Technology, Environment
Lengefeld, Michael - Environmental Sociology, Political Sociology, Social Ecology
Lindstedt, Nathan  -  Environmental Sociology, Political Sociology, and Social Movements
McCall, James -
McKee, Adam  -  Aging, Religion, Social Networks, Poverty, Gender, and Race
Miley, Sarah  -  Environmental Sociology, Risk, and Media Studies
Morton, Sarah -
Reyes, Heather  -  Military, Crime, Stratification
Rinehart, Jordan - Inequality, Labor Markets, Quantitative Methods
Schreiner, Jonathan  - Race and Ethnic Relations, Research Methodology, Society and Technology, Environmental Sociology,    Spatial Pattern Analysis and Geographic Information Systems, Sociology of Sport, Intersection of Race, Technology, and Methodology
Scott, Lauren  -  Environmental Sociology and Political Sociology
Tindell, Zach
Ting, Yun-Chung
Torcasso, Rebekah  - Environment, Political Economy, Power, Social Movements, Globalization, Sociology of Ag and Food Systems
Vega, Anthony Raymond  -  Human Sexuality, Gender, Deviance, and Social Inequality
Williams, Jarred  -  Criminology, Deviance, Political Sociology
Zhang, Hong  - Stratification and migration, especially Chinese internal migration
 

Graduate Students Not In-Residence

Adrian, Valerie  - Labor Markets, Family, Inequality, Gender, Media
Anderson, Annika  -  Culture, Social Stratification, Crime
Clemons, Katie  -  Criminology and Family
Colby, Ashley - Environmental Sociology, Sociology of Food, Sustainable Agriculture
Davaran, Ardavan  -  Criminology, Education, Race, Class, and Gender
Estevez, Mychel Lynn  -  Gender and Stratification
Harris, Elizabeth  -  Education, Families, Social Inequality
Ilhan, Ali O. -  Science and technology studies, sociology of knowledge, longitudinal data analysis, political sociology, design disciplines & professions, interdisciplinarity
 
 
 
 
 
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Washington State University

...is an attractive place to study sociology. Located in eastern Washington state, Pullman is a college town that allows a focus on graduate education and access to a dynamic faculty. Our faculty contributes to the discipline's core debates and to several fields of study, including crime and deviance, race & Dr. Gene Rosa & Studentethnicity, environmental sociology, social inequality, political sociology, gender, social institutions, the family, and social psychology. But the faculty interests span the discipline, from studies focusing on the international political economy to the hands on study of communities -- with wide array of specialties represented. On a methodological front, faculty employ a wide range of methods and provide support to students to develop skills along these lines. Our program's size and our setting allow students to become acquainted with and to collaborate with members of the faculty.
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