Areas of Interest:Carceral Policies, Community Organizing, Field Experiments, Political Psychology, Racial Attitude Change, White Political Attitudes
Kristen Brock-Petroshius is a Doctoral Student in Social Welfare. Her research spans Social Welfare and Political Science and focuses on Race, Ethnicity, & Politics, Political Psychology, and Community Organizing. She uses quantitative and qualitative methods – with a particular focus on field experiments. Her engaged scholarship explores methods to change dominant racial and political attitudes in predominantly white communities within the United States.
Kristen is an affiliate of the UCLA Race, Ethnicity, Politics & Society Lab and Marvin Hoffenberg Fellow in American Politics & Public Policy. She received her BA in Sociology with a minor in Gender Studies from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and her Masters of Social Work (MSW) from the University of California, Los Angeles.
You can learn more about her work here: www.kristenbrockpetroshius.com.