CREO Graduate Student
Sarah Harrison is a second-year CREO graduate student. She received 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, culture, and religion. At the moment, she is most interested in examining the accumulation of symbolic capital among K-12 students who attend private schools (both religious and non-religious) vs. that of students who attend public schools.
She currently works with David Sikkink and the Cardus Religious Schools Initiative studying religious schools in the United States and Canada.
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