My name is Bri McMillan and I am a senior sociology major in the Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's degree program in Sociology. I will complete my B.S. degree in May, and in Fall 2021 I will be a full-time graduate student in the Applied Sociology concentration. I am currently working on a content analysis that examines publications from a white Christian Nationalist group better known as Christian Identity. Overall, my research interests include social justice/inequalities and I plan on working for a non-profit organization once I graduate from ETSU.
I am a thesis-track student in the Sociology MA program. My Interdisciplinary Studies bachelor's degree emphasized Culture and Health and also Human Development and Learning. My work experience in the medical field inspires my current research interests: learning how LGBTQ+ communities contend with healthcare disparities and expanding queer theory and methods in the social sciences.
I am a thesis-track student and I'm a father to three girls. I've worked for Fortune 500 companies in Boston, MA and I earned my bachelor's degrees in Sociology and Clinical Psychology from ETSU. My research experience includes distracted learning outcomes and the behavioral neuroscience of addiction.
I am a first-year student pursuing an MA in General Sociology. In Spring 2020 I received a BS in Sociology and Psychology with a minor in Gender and Sexuality studies from ETSU. My research interests include gender and sexuality, community health, and social psychology.
I am a first-year graduate student in the applied sociology concentration. Before joining the program, I attended UNC Asheville and received a bachelor's degree in Sociology with a minor in Anthropology. While attending UNCA, I worked on a project that involved Community-Based Participatory research. This sparked a huge interest in applied research and skills, leading me to this program.
I'm a graduate student pursuing the applied sociology track. I'm a non-traditional student with degrees in Sociology, Information Technology, and Engineering. My research interests include Big Data, forensic sociology, radical feminist theory, and Sociology of Science Fiction.
I am a first year accelerated bachelor’s to master’s degree student in applied sociology. My undergraduate degree is in clinical psychology. I have been working with the Applied Sociological Research Lab on various projects since the summer of 2019. My interests include social psychology, race, and survey methodology. I will graduate in Fall 2021.
Prior to joining the MA program with a concentration in applied sociology, I earned bachelor's degrees in Sociology and History. I worked in the Applied Social Research Lab (ASRL) for two years as an undergraduate; as a graduate student, my work at ASRL now includes more research-related tasks. My current interests are Sociology of Religion, Applied Sociology, and Survey Methodology. I would like to continue on to get my PhD after earning my degree.
I am enrolled in the applied sociology concentration as a second master's degree student. Applied sociology allows me to develop new skills, such as proposing and designing community-based research projects, conducting needs assessments, and becoming more adept with qualitative and quantitative research. My research interests include gender, labor market, work-life balance, social policies, professional careers, race, and globalization. My MA thesis in Liberal Studies explored the factors that hinder women’s access to work-life balance in Southwest Nigeria. I look forward to conducting further research on the intersection of race, gender, and labor markets.
I came to ETSU as a community college transfer student and earned my bachelor's degree in sociology. My interests as a thesis track student include gender, sexuality, heavy metal subculture and the social aspects of video games.
I'm an accelerated bachelor's to master's degree student in sociology at ETSU, pursuing the applied sociology concentration. In Spring 2020, I graduated with my BA degree in sociology; in Spring 2021, I will finish my second (and final) year of the MA program. My interests include medical sociology, applied sociology, and gender inequality.