Grad Students

Ian Peacock



Contact Information

Email    ipeacock@ucla.edu
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Fields of Study

economic sociology, organizations, and international migration

Grants and Awards

UCLA Graduate Research Mentorship Fellowship

UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship

Field study grant from College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences BYU 

Robert K. Thomas Award for Honors Thesis – BYU Honors Department

BYU Office of Research and Creative Activities Grant 

Conference Presentations

“School Readiness, Status, and Immobility: Stuck at the Extremes?” at American Sociological Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA. 2016

“Habitus and Social Ties in STEM Fields: New Perspectives for Understanding Women’s Major and Career Decisions” accepted at regular session American Sociological Association Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois (2015)

“Trailblazing without Feminists? Gendered Expectations of “Major Minorities” on a Conservative Campus,” accepted paper session with Benjamin Gibbs at American Educational Research Association in Chicago, Illinois (2015)

“When Steelwork Disappears: the Influence of Forced Unemployment on Community Satisfaction and Attachment,” with Brent Hutchison at American Sociological Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, California (2014)

Advisors

Roger Waldinger

Edward Walker

Degrees

B.A. Spanish studies and B.S. sociology cum laude - Brigham Young University - 2015

Visiting student departments of philosophy, history, and political science - University of Havana - 2015