Graduate Students on the Job Market

Elizabeth Bittel

Ph.D. Sociology (expected Spring/Fall 2018)

Seeking both post-doc and faculty positions in sociology, cultural anthropology, human/cultural geography, Asian studies, liberal arts, or environmental studies. Particularly interested in relocating to the U.K. (specifically post-doctoral positions in London) and working in departments that are focused on inter/cross-disciplinary work.

Current research fields: the social dimensions of disasters and hazards, Tamil culture, environmental justice

Websites:
Sociology Dept.
Natural Hazards Center

Nnenia Campbell

Ph.D. Sociology

Seeking applied research and evaluation positions related to hazards and disasters.

Meredith DeBoom

Ph.D. Geography (expected May 2018)

Seeking tenure-track assistant professor and postdoctoral research positions.

Fields: African studies, development studies, environmental studies/political ecology, geography, international affairs/studies

Danielle Denardo

Ph.D. Sociology (expected May 2018)

Seeking tenure-track assistant professor positions in sociology or interdisciplinary social science programs.

Fields: health, gender, couples and families, social inequalities, sexuality and sexual behaviors, HIV in sub-Saharan Africa, race and ethnicity

Patrick Turner

Ph.D. Economics (expected May 2018)

Seeking tenure-track assistant professor positions in economics or public policy.

Fields: labor economics, health economics, development economics, applied microeconomics

Patrick's website