PhD candidate in Sociology

Sarah Miller is a PhD candidate in Sociology and holds an MA in Women’s Studies from San Francisco State University. Sarah’s research focuses on youth, culture, and social inequality. Her current ethnographic work explores the ecology of bullying, investigating the relationship between schools, families, communities, and youth conflict. Sarah has worked as a research assistant for Advocates for Youth and for Professor Amy Schalet on her Ford Foundation funded study, Advancing Sexuality Education, Health, and Policy. Prior to graduate school, she directed a sexual violence prevention program in Chicago.


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