CREO Graduate Student
Sarah Harrison is a third-year CREO graduate student. She earned her B.A. in Sociology from Furman University in 2013, where she received research fellowships to study the effect of social class on occupational outcomes after college and food literacy among college students. Her research interests broadly include education, gender, and culture. At the moment, she is broadly interested in how alternative sources of symbolic capital can influence non-cognitive outcomes among secondary and post-secondary school students. Her master's thesis examines the gendered nature of interactions among Hollywood celebrities.
She currently serves as a Coordinating Editor for the American Sociological Review.
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