Ph.D. in Public Policy, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
MA in Sociology, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
BA in History, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Social psychology, status, solidarity, theory construction, experiments, and quantitative methods
Year PhD Expected: Successful Defended Dissertation on April 11, 2023
Dissertation Title: A Public Policy Approach to Status Interventions and Unintended Consequences
Status Inconsistency, Solidarity, and Vocal Dynamics in Small Groups.
Stata, SAS, database management, R, data collection
· Ansart, Pierre, Cayce Jamil, Shaun Murdock, René Berthier, & Jesse Cohn. Forthcoming. Sociology of Proudhon. AK Press.
· Bottia, Martha C., Cayce Jamil, Roslyn A. Mickelson, & Elizabeth Stearns. (under review). “Socioeconomic Differences in NC College Going Students’ Pathways into STEM.” Teachers College Record.
· Gurvitch, Georges, Cayce Jamil, & Shaun Murdock. (under review). “For the Centenary of the Birth of Durkheim.” Durkheimian Studies.
· Jamil, Cayce. (in press). “Resurrecting Proudhon’s Idea of Justice.” Journal of Classical Sociology.
· Bottia, Martha C., Roslyn A. Mickelson, Cayce Jamil, Kyleigh Moniz, & Leanne Barry. 2021. “Factors Associated with College STEM Participation of Racially Minoritized Students: A Synthesis of Research.” Review of Educational Research, 91(4): 614-648.
· Bottia, Martha C., Elizabeth Stearns, Roslyn A. Mickelson, Stephanie Moller, & Cayce Jamil. 2020. “The Importance of Community Colleges in Students’ Choice to Major in STEM.” The Journal of Higher Education, 91(7): 1116-1148.