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Current Graduate Students
Amira Allen graduated from Elizabethtown College in 2015 with a B.A. in Sociology-Anthropology, with a minors in Human Services and German. She has presented at several conferences; one of her papers, entitled "Views of Supermom: The Effects of Sex and Level on Education on the Gender Role Attitudes toward Work and Family Roles of Women" won second place at the Pennsylvania Sociological Society conference in 2014. Her research interests center on gender role attitudes and work-family balance.
Natalie Martinson graduated in 2008 from the University of North Dakota with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Sociology. She is currently the Head Women's Golf Coach at UND. Her sociological interests include studying the mental and physical health of working mothers and work-life balance.
Kimberly Pithey earned her B.S. in Criminal Justice Studies with a minor in Political Science from the University of North Dakota in 2016. Her research interests include topics focused around deviance and criminology.
Bria Willert graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2015 with a B.A. in Sociology and a minor in Criminal Justice. Her research interests include social inequalities, deviance, and mental health.
Samantha Feroni earned her B.A. in Sociology and her B.S. in Criminal Justice from the University of North Dakota in 2016. She is currently working on research exploring the relation between alcohol use and regret among college students at UND. Her sociological interests focus on juvenile delinquency.
Morgan Devine graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2016 with a B.S. in Psychology and minors in Sociology and Women and Gender Studies. Her research interests include gender, social inequalities, and feminist theory.
Jordan Jaeger is from Thief River Falls, MN. He originally came to UND to study Biology but found an interest in Sociology. After earning his B.A. in Sociology, he decided to further his education at UND and is now studying to earn his masters degree in Sociology. He believes the program has been one of the most helpful aspects of his academic career in finding an interest in life. He is currently studying first generation college students and trying to find ways to help them succeed in school. Jordan is also a first generation student and plans to continue this area of study while working towards his Ph.D.