Secondary field in Computational Science and Engineering
Research Interests: Computational Social Science; Social Science Genomics; Stratification and Social Mobility; Educational Opportunity; Social Determinants of Health; Organizational Behavior; Social Demography; Research Methodology; Quantitative Methods; Experiments; Policy
Siobhan Greatorex-Voith is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at Harvard University. Her current research focus is positioned at the intersection of socioeconomic mobility, education, and health.
Siobhan’s senior thesis, which examined the experiences of low-income students at elite universities, was a stepping stone toward her role in developing the First Generation Program at Stanford University. Before joining the Sociology Department at Harvard, she was the Project Manager for Expanding College Opportunities, a large-scale research project with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Institute for Education Sciences, and the Spencer Foundation. She also serves as a college admissions consultant. Learn more about Greatorex-Voith’s work and research interests at http://scholar.harvard.edu/greatorexvoith.
B.A., Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Stanford University (2008)
B.S., Symbolic Systems, Stanford University (2008)