Doctoral Student, Department of Education
Sarah is a PhD student in Education at the University of New Hampshire. She first began working with the Carsey School of Public Policy as a Nordblom fellow while obtaining her Master’s in Human Development and Family Studies at UNH. Following the fellowship, she became a research assistant with the Vulnerable Families research team.
Her research interests are broad, encompassing many topics of education and youth development. Having obtained a B.A. in Psychology, she likes to incorporate her past educational experiences in her research and therefore is also interested in mental health and the interaction is has with education. An avid outdoors-woman, she is also interested in informal educational settings and activities, such as hunting and fishing.