Carolina P. Seigler
Carrie Seigler is a doctoral student in Princeton's Sociology department. She leverages qualitative and experimental methods to examine the intersections of gender, sexuality, organizations, religion, and power. Her research has been supported by several University programs including Princeton Research in Experimental Social Sciences; Princeton Research Data Services; the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies; and the Center for Culture, Society, and Religion where she was recently a Religion and Public Life Fellow.
Carrie is currently enrolled in Princeton's Teaching Transcript Program. Both the Sociology department and the Graduate School have recognized her for excellence in teaching and mentorship. Since August 2021, Carrie has also served as a voting member of Princeton's Institutional Review Board.
Carrie is a recipient of Princeton University's President's Fellowship as well as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. She holds a B.A. in Sociology and Poverty Studies from Furman University (Greenville, SC).