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Susan Rebecca Fisk
Ph.D Candidate, Department of Sociology
Education Module Interviewee
Giumarra-MacArthur Family Graduate Dissertation Fellow, 2014-15, Sociology

Susan Fisk’s research focuses is on how gender stereotypes influence how women and men perceive risk, perform in risky situations, and how others react to their failure at a risky task.  Other research areas of interest include social-psychology, gender, and economic sociology.  Before graduate school, Fisk worked as a strategy consultant.  Fisk is a Ph.D Candidate in Sociology at Stanford University.  She received her BA in Economics and Public Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.