Student Advisory Board
Malissa Beckles (she/her) is from Newton, MA. She is interested in race and ethnicity and criminology. Her favorite sociology class that she has taken has been Race & the Criminal Justice System.
Louise Bond (she/her) is a junior co-majoring in Sociology and Civic Studies, with a minor in Spanish. Her main academic interests are in carceral studies, sociology of race, punishment, and law, with great interest in studying Marxist sociology and the impact of religion on modern society. Her favorite Tufts sociology classes are The Masculine Mystique, Sociology of Law, and Sociological Theory.
Maddy Greenstein (they/them) is a sophomore majoring in Sociology. They are interested in political sociology, urban sociology, and gender studies. Their favorite sociology class has been Sociology of Mental Health/Illness.
Anna Li (she/her) is a senior majoring in Sociology, with a minor in Theater and Performance Studies. She is interested in studying race and the criminal justice system as well as experiences of Asian Americans. Her favorite sociology classes so far have been Sociology of Law, Qualitative Research Methods, and Race & the Criminal Justice System.
Elizabeth Sullivan (she/her) is a senior majoring in Sociology and Civic Studies, with a minor in WGSS. She is interested in community development and practices, violence and extremism, and media studies. Her favorite sociology classes have been Digital Hate and Qualitative Research Methods.
Nika Lea Tomicic
Nika Lea Tomicic (she/her) is a junior majoring in Sociology and STS (Science, Technology, and Society). Nika Lea is interested in bridging the gap between technological innovation and its global implications using social science research. She is interested in urban sociology, sociology’s intersections with the STS field, and applying research methods to a nonprofit, union, and other real-world initiatives. Her favorite Sociology classes are Sociology of Culture and Media and Society.
Billy Zeng (he series) is a junior double majoring in RCD (Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora) Studies and Sociology. His main academic interests are in diasporic histories, Asian American studies, social movement studies, comparative ethnic studies, community-based praxis, and activist-scholar pedagogies. His favorite sociology class has been the Sociology of Asian Americans, and is looking forward to taking Qualitative Research Methods in the Fall 2023 semester with Professor Marrow to further explore local urban sociology and its formation with Greater Boston’s local immigrant communities.