Postdoctoral Research Associate
Sam is a sociologist whose research examines racial inequality in the metropolitan United States. His primary work involves analysis of both U.S. Census and micro-level data to understand how and why residential segregation persists. His other technical projects have examined—and sought to improve—the methods researchers use to assess neighborhood change and stability. He recently completed his PhD at Indiana University - Bloomington, and will be joining Baylor University as an Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Fall of 2021.
Community & Urban Sociology, Demography, Race & Ethnicity, Immigration