Race; work, family and time; education, labor and life course
Corey is a PhD student in Sociology with a focus on race, education, time-use, and the life course. He is an alumni of the Population Studies Predoctoral Training Program.
Corey's research interests in racial disparities in education and throughout the life course stem from his experiences navigating the educational system and transition into adulthood. His current projects utilize the American Time Use Survey and the Current Population Survey through IPUMS to examine racial differences parents’ time-use and the relationship between inequality and well-being during teenagers’ transition into adulthood.