Evangeline Warren

Graduate Student in Sociology

The Ohio State University


Eva (she/her) is a graduate student in sociology at The Ohio State University. Her research interests fall broadly under population health and health disparities, with a focus on rural/urban disparities, race-based disparities, and the social construction of race as it pertains to mixed race people. Her current projects include modeling the relationship between rurality and health, understanding the ways we racially classify mixed race people, documenting the effects of proximity to whiteness on the health of non-white people, and exploring the emergency room as a hub of population health insight.

When not working hard on research, she enjoys going to concerts, exploring Columbus with her cat, Oliver, and cooking up a storm!


  • Health Disparities
  • Social Construction of Race
  • Mixed Race Identities
  • Social Determinants of Health


  • BA in Sociology (Honors), 2019

    Kenyon College



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