Kathryn (Katie) Daniels

UC Merced graduate student Katie Daniels
Sociology graduate student

Kathryn (Katie) Daniels is a Merced native and a third year graduate student in sociology whose research focuses on racial inequalities in health. Katie’s master’s thesis used quantitative methods to analyse the relationship between self-reported racism and miscarriage risk among a sample of black women living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Katie is continuing to study the relationship between racism and health outcomes in her dissertation research.

Katie has also worked on research dealing with the role of personal narratives in affecting attitudes towards sexual assault, as well as research on underrepresented students in computer science. Katie received her bachelor's degree with honors in sociology and English from the University of California, Davis in 2011 and received her master's degree in sociology from the University of California, Merced in 2016.

Sociology Department Chair
Paul Almeida, Professor
Sociology Graduate Chair
Irenee Beattie, Associate Professor
Sociology Undergraduate Chair
Edward Flores, Associate Professor
Sociology (General)
Sociology (Graduate)
Sociology Mailing Address
University of California, Merced
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Merced, CA 95343
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