Amy Petts

Amy Petts

Graduate Student // Sociology


Contact Information

Office: Stone Hall 346
E-mail: apetts@purdue.edu
Website: Amy Petts Website

 

Education

2021                Ph.D. Sociology, Purdue University (expected)

2008                MLIS, Kent State University

2006                M.A. Sociology, The Ohio State University

2004                B.A. Sociology and German (with Honors, Summa Cum Laude), University of Northern Iowa

Publications

Holliday, Amy L. and Rachel E. Dwyer. 2009. “Suburban Neighborhood Poverty in US Metropolitan Areas in 2000.” City and Community 8:155-176.

Renzulli, Linda and Amy Petts. 2018. “Educational Inequality" Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd Edition

Petts, Amy L. & Richard J. Petts. 2019 “Gender Matters: Racial variation and marital stability among intraracial couples.” Journal of Family Issues 40(13): 1808-1831.

Research  Interests

Racial Inequality, Racial Identity Formation, Higher Education, Educational Inequality, Neighborhood Segregation, Demographic Transitions

Teaching  Interests

Introduction to Sociology, Research Methods, Statistical Methods, Sociology of Education, Inequality, Race and Ethnicity, Demography

Experience

2019-Present     Managing Editor, Sociology of Education Journal

2017-2019       Graduate Research Associate, Department of Sociology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

2014-2017       Instructor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Ball State University, Muncie, IN

2009-2012       Assistant Director for Institutional Effectiveness,  Ball State University, Muncie IN

2010                Library Assessment Consultant, Baylor University Libraries, Waco, TX

2008-2009       Librarian 1, Federal Grant Consultant,  Indiana State Library, Indianapolis IN

2006-2008       Graduate Data Analyst, Center For Human Resource Research, Columbus, OH

2004-2005       Graduate Research Associate, Department of Sociology, The Ohio State University, Columbus OH

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