Mary Kate Blake
Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology
Ph.D. – Sociology, University of Notre Dame
M.A. – Sociology, University of Notre Dame
M.A.Ed. – Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Virginia Tech
B.A. – Marquette University
Blake, Mary Kate. 2020. “Other Duties as Assigned: The Ambiguous Role of the High School Counselor.” OnlineFirst, Sociology of Education.
Blake, Mary Kate. 2019. “Self- And Group Racial/Ethnic Identification among Emerging Adults.” Emerging Adulthood 7(2):138-149.
Blake, Mary Kate. 2018. “All Talk and No Action? Racial Differences in College Behaviors and Attendance.” Sociological Perspectives 61(4):553-572.
My research interests include sociology of education, social stratification, racial and ethnic self-identification, and research methods. I have completed qualitative and quantitative projects exploring organizational and individual obstacles facing low-income and minority students in educational achievement and attainment. Other work is situated on the racial and ethnic identification process of multiracial individuals.
Introduction to Sociology
Research Methods I
Sociology of Education
Systems of Social Stratification