CV

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EDUCATION 

2020 (Expected) Ph.D., Sociology; University of Washington; Seattle, WA; Dissertation: “Residential Outcomes for Families Receiving Housing Assistance.”; Committee: Kyle Crowder (chair), Hedwig Lee, Jerald Herting, and Scott Allard

2017 Concentration in Social Statistics, Center for Statistics & the Social Sciences; University of Washington (UW); Seattle, WA

2017 Graduate Certificate in Demographic Methods, Center for Studies in Demography & Ecology; University of Washington (UW); Seattle, WA

2015 M.A., Sociology; University of Washington (UW); Seattle, WA; Thesis: “Race, Gender, and County Context in Support for Harsh Punishments across the U.S.”; Committee: Kyle Crowder (chair) and Alexes Harris

2010 M.A., Regional Studies: Russia, Eastern Europe, Eurasia; Columbia University (Columbia); New York, NY  

2007 B.A., Political Science & Int’l Studies: Slavic/Eastern European Studies; Central Connecticut State University (CCSU); New Britain, CT  

2004 A.A., Liberal Arts and Sciences; Three Rivers Community College (TRCC); Norwich, CT

PUBLICATIONS (* indicates peer-reviewed)

*Leibbrand, Christine, Erin Carll, Angela Bruns, and Hedwig Lee. (2019). “Barring Progress: The Influence of Paternal Incarceration on Families’ Neighborhood Attainment.” Social Science Research. doi: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2019.06.012

Crowder, Kyle, Erin Carll, Jerald Herting, Chris Hess. (Authors other than Crowder listed alphabetically) (2018). “Seattle Rental Housing Study: Final Report.” Seattle, WA: City of Seattle Office of the Auditor. http://www.seattle.gov/cityauditor/

*Carll, Erin. (2017). “Disparate Vantage Points: Race, Gender, County Context, and Attitudes about Harsh Punishments in the U.S.” Social Science Research. doi: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2016.10.008 

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, & AWARDS

National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Award, ($15,998), #190404, PI: Crowder, 2019

National Poverty Research Center Dissertation Fellowship, ($8,234), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services award #AE00103, 2019

James McCann Graduate Student Research Endowed Fund Award ($4,498), UW, 2018-2019

Center for Statistics & the Social Sciences Travel Grant ($2,000), UW, 2016 & 2019

Center for Studies in Demography & Ecology Travel Award ($500), UW, 2018

Top Scholar Award, Graduate Opportunity & Minority Achievement Program, UW, 2013-2014

Foreign Language Area Studies Academic Year Fellowship, Columbia, 2009-2010

Foreign Language Area Studies Summer Fellowship, Columbia, 2009

Marsha Rae Bruno Excellence in Social Sciences Award ($300), TRCC, 2004

WORKS IN PROGRESS

Carll, Erin. “Making ‘Home’ Our Own: What We Think About Where We Live and How This Shapes Residential Outcomes.” Draft available with restrictions.

Carll, Erin, Hannah Lee, Chris Hess, Kyle Crowder. “Patterns and Mechanisms of Racially/ Ethnically Disparate Neighborhood Access among Housing Voucher Users.” Draft available with restrictions.

Carll, Erin, Ian Kennedy, Christian Hess, Kyle Crowder, Jerald Herting, and Adam Kirstein. “Housing Policy and Online Rental Advertisements: Does the Letter of the Law Change Online Discourse?” Draft available.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 

Math Modeling with Cultural and Community Contexts (Supervisor: Aguirre), 2017-2019 & 2020-present

Residential Mobility of Subsidized Housing Residents in King County (Supervisor: Crowder), 2016 & 2018-present

Creating Moves to Opportunity (Supervisor: DeLuca), 2019-2020

Seattle Rental Housing Study (Supervisor: Crowder and Herting), 2017-2018

Seattle Housing Authority Office of Policy and Strategic Initiatives, Research Intern, 2015-2016

Pathways to Residential Segregation (Supervisor: Crowder), 2014 & 2016

Racial and Ethnic Variation in Housing Search Processes (Supervisor: Crowder), 2014-2015

Rainier Beach: A Beautiful Safe Place for Youth (Supervisor: Gill, George Mason University), 2014

COURSES INSTRUCTED

Public Schooling in America, UW, Summer 2020

Research Practicum: Sociological Research on Education During a Health Crisis, UW, Spring 2020

Independent Study on Applied Research: Analyzing the Role of Schools in Neighborhood Selection for Housing Voucher Program Participants in King County, Winter 2020

Education Practicum, UW, Fall 2019

A Sociology of Housing in the U.S., UW, Summer 2018

Public Housing Research Practicum (co-instructed), UW, Spring 2016

Statistical Concepts and Methods for the Social Sciences, UW, Summer 2015 

English Conversation, Canadian College (St. Petersburg, Russia), Fall 2005

COURSES ASSISTANT TAUGHT

Christianity in Rome: Church v. Empire, Church as Empire, Spring 2019

Public Schooling in America, UW, Winter 2017

Foundations of Social Inquiry, UW, Spring 2015 & Fall 2016

Social Statistics I, UW, Summer-Fall 2015

Statistical Concepts and Methods for the Social Sciences, UW, Fall 2014

CONFERENCES & OTHER MEETINGS (* indicates peer-reviewed, ^ indicates canceled due to COVID-19)

*American Sociological Association Annual Meeting: 2015, 2019, 2020

King County Housing Authority: 2016

* Population Association of American Annual Meeting: 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020^

* Power at the Margins II: Mobilizing Across Housing Injustice: 2020^

Seattle Housing Authority: 2016

West Coast Poverty Center, University of Washington: 2015, 2019

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & SERVICE ACTIVITIES

Occasional Peer Reviewer for Social Problems, Social Science Quarterly, Journal of Urban Affairs, 2018-present

American Sociological Association, 2017-ongoing

Gender and Sexuality Research Cluster, UW, 2014-ongoing (coordinator, 2018-2019)

Contexts Working Group, Department of Sociology, UW, 2013-ongoing (coordinator, 2015-2016)

Vice President, Graduate Student Association, Department of Sociology, UW, 2016-2017

Secretary, Graduate Student Association, Department of Sociology, UW, 2015-2016

Diversity Committee, Graduate Student Association, Department of Sociology, UW, 2013-2015

SKILLS

Statistical Packages & Other Software: Stata; Atlas.ti; R, R Markdown; SPSS; ArcGIS; QGIS; Overleaf; Photoshop, Acrobat, InDesign; Joomla

General: Grant research, writing, and reporting; program coordination; conference administration; website development; crisis intervention

Spoken Languages: English  (native), Russian (advanced), Polish (intermediate), Spanish/ German (basic)