BiographyCarolyn is a third-year Human Development and Social Policy PhD student in SESP. She studies adult career narratives, sociology of career, and how career narratives with respect to the idea of having a calling are evolving. More generally, Carolyn is motivated by an interest in how environments and cultures shape the stories people tell, and how the stories people tell relate to other life outcomes, like well-being. Prior to coming to SESP, Carolyn worked for the US Department of Health and Human Services, evaluating the efficiency and effectiveness of public health programs. Carolyn has a Master's in Public Policy from the University of Chicago, and spent over a year in East Africa working in the fields of public health and refugee relief services.
|2009||MA, International Relations||University of Chicago|
|2009||MA, Public Policy||University of Chicago|
|BA, Politics||Princeton University|
Research InterestsI am interested in how culture and context influence peoples’ narrative identity. I am also interested in how certain constructs present in narrative identities may predict other aspects of peoples’ lives. I am currently researching principals’ professional identity and how it changes during their first years as new principals.
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