Department of Sociology
University of Cincinnati
1018 Crosley (ML:0378)
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0378
Ph: (513) 556-4700
Fax: (513) 556-0057
The Urban and Race Workshop examines questions that relate to urban places as an object of study, the influence of urban spaces on social processes, and dimensions of racial and ethnic inequality.
Littisha's current research examines educational inequality. Her current project examines the changes in the magnet school enrollment processes in the City of Cincinnati. This project focuses on the impact of the change from first-come first-serve enrollment to a district wide lottery system on parents and schools.
Her education research has a strong family processes component. More about her family-related research can be found on the Family/Gender Research page.
Jennifer is collaborating with Farrah Jacquez (Psychology) to better understand how stress and social support affect the health of babies. This relationship might help explain racial inequality in infant mortality.
Maliq's research centers on the relationship between race and class inequality and status attainment. Current projects explore racial differences in timing of academic transitions and questions about diversity and inclusion in higher education.