Sociology: Social Networks; Health Disparities; Historical Sociology; Family Studies; Theory
Emma Vetter is a sociology doctoral student and Graduate Teaching Assistant. She earned her BA in Sociology and Communication Studies, with a minor in Family Studies, from Grove City College. After working as an event planner for two years in the Pittsburgh area, she moved to DC and completed an MA in Sociology Research & Practice at American University.
Her research interests include social networks, health disparities, and historical sociology.
Castañeda, Ernesto, Blaine Smith, and Emma Vetter. 2020. “Hispanic health disparities and housing: Comparing measured and self-reported health metrics among housed and homeless Latin individuals.” Journal of Migration and Health. 1-2:1-8. 10.1016/j.jmh.2020.100008.