Cayce Jamil

Public Policy Program

 

Education:

MA in Sociology, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Research Interest:

Cooperatives, participatory planning, decentralized democracy, and social psychology

Year PhD Expected:

2020

Dissertation Title:

TBA

Skills:

Stata, SAS, database management

Publications:

  • 2017 “A Literature Review on Why Diverse Students are Interested In, Choose and Persist in College STEM Outcomes” Presented at the American Sociological Meeting, Montreal, August, by Martha Cecilia Bottia, Roslyn Mickelson, Cayce Jamil & Leanne Barry.
  • 2017 “What Does Community Colleges Have to Do with Underprivileged Students’ STEM Participation?” Presented at the Meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Antonio, Texas, by Martha Cecilia  Bottia, Roslyn Mickelson, Elizabeth Stearns, Stephanie Moller and Cayce Jamil. 
  • 2016 “High School Contextual Characteristics and Students’ College STEM: A Review of Social Science Research” Presented at the American Sociological Association Meeting, Seattle, August, by Martha Cecilia Bottia, Roslyn Mickelson, and Cayce Jamil.
  • 2016 “The Role of Two-Year Colleges in Students’ Four-Year College STEM Participation” Presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) International Conference, London, June, by Martha Cecilia Bottia, Roslyn Mickelson, Elizabeth Stearns, Stephanie Moller and Cayce Jamil.
  • 2016 "Employment Insecurity and Worker Ownership: Effects and Possibilities in the 21st Century" Presented at Southern Sociological Society Conference, Atlanta, GA, by Cayce Jamil