Angie Ocampo

Research Interests: 

Latino immigrant incorporation to the U.S., racial/ ethnic stratification, race relations, higher education


Angie N. Ocampo is a third year Ph.D. student in the Department of Sociology. She received her bachelor's degree, magna cum laude, in Sociology and Ethnic Studies from Brown University in 2015, where she wrote her senior thesis on the experiences of undocumented Latino students at elite universities. Her research interests include racial and ethnic stratification and Latino immigrant incorporation. One of Angie’s ongoing projects examines Latino immigrants’ social position with respect to their country of origin as well as other racial groups. Another one of her current projects looks at the factors that influence Latinos' racial attitudes toward blacks and whites. In addition, Angie is also examining return migration patterns of Mexican migrants and how these have changed over time.

Contact Information: 


McNeil 460

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