Poonam Argade - email@example.com
interested in interdisciplinary research in small cities- urban and peri-urban
spaces in western India using mixed methodologies. Prior to this, she studied her Masters in Development & Planning from the Indian Institute of Technology
Bombay, India. She engages
with Transnational and Dalit- Bahujan feminisms; and attempts to draw on
scholarship across Women’s & Gender Studies, Sociology, Anthropology and
Human Geography. She is also pursuing a Masters degree in Sociology from the Maxwell School.
Olga Boichak - firstname.lastname@example.org
Olga entered the Social Science PhD program in 2015 to pursue a doctorate with a concentration in internet studies - an emerging cross-disciplinary field that utilizes data science to study social phenomena online. Her research explores the use of social media for political action and civil resilience, particularly in the present-day context of eastern Ukraine.
Erika Carter Grosso - email@example.com
Erika Carter Grosso is a doctoral student in the Social Science Ph.D. Program
within the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Affairs at Syracuse University.
Her broad research interests include international migration and settlement, as
well as globalization and its effects, specifically on migration and
incorporation. The focus of her dissertation research is Cuban migration to
Syracuse, NY and the role that social networks play in the migration
Fitore Hyseni - firstname.lastname@example.org
Fitore Hyseni plans to study segregation in education
systems, as well as policy alternatives which would create more inclusive
systems which could be replicated in other regions. She will explore whether
choice-based programs reduce or increase racial, ethnic or economic
S. Samanta Lee - email@example.com
Samanta Lee's research focuses on patient engagement in healthcare and how healthcare professional assess the quality of recommendations generated by consumers during activities that engage state and lay actors in commissioning, designing, delivering, and/or assessing public services.
Melissa Lopoo - firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa Lopoo began her studies in the Social Science PhD Program in 2017. Her work explores the historical, social, and cultural implications of American college athletics. Her interests include commercialism, amateurism, social justice issues, and the prevalence and impact of predominant football cultures, particularly in the American South.
Krishna (Krushna) Ranaware - email@example.com
Krushna received her Masters in Economics from the
Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. Previously, she was a research assistant
at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research in Mumbai, India. Her
research interests are food security, agriculture, and gender. Krushna is
currently working in the Center for Policy Research of the Maxwell School with Professor Rebecca Schewe.
Jaisang Sun - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jai's main areas of interest
are in transnational migration, diasporic nationalism, multiculturalism and
John Wolohan - email@example.com
Attorney John Wolohan is a professor of Sports Law in the
Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics at Syracuse University. He is one of the lead editors of the book
”Law for Recreation and Sport Managers” by Cotton and Wolohan, as well as being
the author of the “Sports Law Report” a monthly article that appears in Athletic Business. He is interested in sport law; sport doping,
antitrust and labor law, image rights; rights of athletes.
Shiyang Xiao - firstname.lastname@example.org
Shiyang is a doctoral student in Social Science
Ph.D Program since 2017. Before coming to Syracuse, she received her master's degree from the School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University,
China. Her major research interests include policy process studies and
inter-organizational cooperation. She believes inducing collaboration
among different social sectors will help achieve better
Dongmei Zuo - email@example.com
Dongmei Zuo plans to examine inter-generational relationships
over the life course, family dynamics, and elder care from both policy and
cultural perspectives. Her prior
research of economics and family relationships has pointed to strained
circumstances that lower the morale and cause depression among seniors. She seeks to improve understanding of these
issues and how they might be affected by policy.