Charlotte Hoppen

Charlotte Hoppen
Graduate Student

Specialization

Gender and Sexuality, Education, Organizational Culture, Sexual Violence

 

Education

B.A.,University of Michigan, Sociology and Organizational Studies

 

Bio

Charlotte is a PhD student in Sociology at UCSB, and studies gender and sexuality, education, sexual violence, and organizational culture. She graduated from the University of Michigan in May of 2020 with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology and Organizational Studies, and a sub-plan in Law, Justice, and Social Change. Charlotte's undergraduate honors thesis was a quantitative study on whether certain subsets of university institutions provided greater equal access to education under Title IX, thus leading to further gender and educational inequalities. She hopes to broaden her educational and research horizons in the future, and is currently pursuing her MA thesis.

Courses

University of Michigan - UC 280 (Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Seminar) - 4 semesters University of Michigan - Women and Gender Summer Fellowship Program course - 1 semester