Kreg Steven Brown

Kreg Steven Brown

Doctoral Student in Sociology
Kreg Steven Brown

Research Interests: Racial and ethnic inequality, work and employment, housing, networks and social capital.

Steven Brown is a fifth-year graduate student in Sociology and a fellow in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy. Most of his work has focused on racial inequality in the workplace, specifically in regards to job finding and differences in pay and promotion. While the workplace is a predominant focus, Steven maintains interest in inequality- and social policy-related research generally. He has also conducted work on the foreclosure crisis, racial identity, and outreach among urban churches.

In addition to research, he has been a teaching fellow for Introduction to Social Inequality and Racial and Ethnic Relations. He also has awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF GRFP) and the Ford Foundation (Predoctoral Diversity Fellowship).

He is from a small town near Memphis, TN, and currently resides in Washington, DC.  

Previous Degrees:
A.B. in Sociology and African-American Studies, Princeton University

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