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Savannah H.

Larimore
211 Savery Hall | Box 353340
Seattle, WA 98195
704-207-6353 (c)
shlarimo@uw.edu

Education

September 2014- PhD Student, Sociology


Present University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology Trainee
August 2014 MA in Sociology, Summa Cum Laude, UNC-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
Thesis: Boundaries to Access in Farmers Markets Accepting SNAP
Advisor: Dr. Vaughn Schmutz
May 2012 BA in Sociology, BA in Women & Gender Studies, Minor in Statistics,
Cum Laude, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Publications

Larimore, Savannah. 2017. Cultural Boundaries to Access in Farmers Markets Accepting


SNAP. Qualitative Sociology (Forthcoming).

Mickelson, Roslyn Arlin, Martha Cecilia Bottia, Savannah Larimore, and Richard Lambert.
2016. Does School Racial Composition Matter for Reading and Mathematics Achievement?
Findings from Metaregression Analyses of the Effects of School Racial and Ethnic Composition
on K-12 Test Scores Since 1990. School Integration Matters: Research-Based Strategies to
Advance Equity. Teachers College Press.

Larimore, Savannah H. and Vaughn Schmutz. 2015. Power and Place in Food Systems: From
Global to Local. Place-Based Perspectives on Food in Society. Macmillan/ Palgrave.

Works in Progress

Bottia, Martha Cecilia, Roslyn Arlin Mickelson, and Savannah Larimore. A Meta-regression
Analysis of the Effects of School Racial and Ethnic Composition on K-12 Reading, Language
Arts, and English Outcomes. Prepping manuscript for submission to Sociology of Race and
Ethnicity.

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Hess, Christian, Marco Brydolf-Horwitz, and Savannah Larimore. Neighborhood Change and the
Context of Social Ties. Prepping manuscript for submission to academic, peer-referred journals.

Larimore, Savannah, Michael Esposito, Jane Rafferty, Taylor Hargrove, Margaret Hicken, and
Hedwig Lee. Is Race in the Eye of the Beholder?: Using Interviewer-Recorded Race to Assess the
Relationship between Self-Identified Race, Observed Race, and Health. Prepping manuscript for
submission to AJPH.

Kravitz-Wirtz, Nicole, Kyle Crowder, and Savannah Larimore. The Air We Breathe: The Effects
of Exposures to Pollution and Neighborhood Disadvantage on Respiratory Health Outcomes.
Prepping manuscript for submission to Environmental Health Perspectives.

Larimore, Savannah. Twitter-based Racism and Population Health Manuscript submitted to IAPHS
2017.

Academic Presentations

Kravitz-Wirtz, Nicole, Kyle Crowder, and Savannah Larimore. The Air We Breathe: The Effects
of Exposures to Pollution and Neighborhood Disadvantage on Respiratory Health Outcomes. PSA
2017 Annual Meeting, April 2017 in Portland, OR.

Larimore, Savannah. Is Race in the Eye of the Beholder?: Using Interviewer-Recorded Race to
Assess the Relationship between Self-Identified Race, Observed Race, and Health CSDE
Seminar, December 2016 in Seattle, WA.

Hess, Christian, Marco Br Marco Brydolf-Horwitz, and Savannah Larimore. Neighborhood


Change and the Context of Social Ties ASA 2016 Annual Meeting, August 2016 in Seattle, WA.

Larimore, Savannah. The Relationship between Race and Health in the United States Guest
Lecture, BIOST/STAT 111 Lectures in Applied Statistics, University of Washington, May 2016.

Bjerre, Mette and Savannah Larimore. Multiracial Mismatch in Charlotte-Mecklenburg


Elementary Schools and School Catchment Areas Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting
March 2015 in New Orleans, LA.

Larimore, Savannah. Ethical Consumption Narratives in Farmers Markets Accepting Supplemental


Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) ASA Mini-Conference on Consumers and Consumption
Farm to Table August 2014 at UC Berkeley, CA.

Mickelson, Roslyn Arlin, Martha Cecilia Bottia, and Savannah Larimore. The Effects of School
Racial and SES Composition on K-12 Reading and Language Arts Outcomes: A
Metaregression Analysis Education & Civil Rights Conference June 2014 at Pennsylvania State
University, PA.
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Larimore, Savannah. Boundaries to Access in Farmers Markets Accepting SNAP Southern
Sociological Society Annual Meeting April 2014 in Charlotte, NC.

Larimore, Savannah, Elizabeth Stearns, Roslyn Mickelson, Stephanie Moller, and Melissa
Dancy. The Importance of Personal Connections to the STEM Community for Engineering
Students Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting April 2014 in Charlotte, NC

Larimore, Savannah. The Variation in Reception of Alternative Food Systems by Class


International Conference on Food Studies October 2013 in Austin, TX.

Awards

Fall 2014 Clarence and Elissa Schrag Award, University of Washington


Spring 2014 Graduate Student Research Award, UNC Charlotte
Fall 2013 Graduate Scholar Award, International Conference on Food Studies
Summer 2013 National Science Foundation Tuition Award, UNC Charlotte
Summer 2013 Exceptional Graduate Student Tuition Award, UNC Charlotte

Research Experience

Fall 2016 Research Assistant, University of Washington, funded through the National
Institutes of Health, Demographic Vulnerability, Neighborhood Pollution,
and Racial Health Disparities

Summer 2013 Research Assistant, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, funded


- Summer 2014 through National Science Foundation, Roots of STEM: Research on
Women and Underrepresented Minorities in STEM

Spring 2013- Research Assistant, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, funded


Fall 2013 through Poverty and Race Research Action Council

Spring 2012 Student Researcher, North Carolina State University, funded through
United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and
Agriculture, Agriculture and Food Research Initiative, Community-Based
Approach to Reducing Childhood Obesity in Low-Income Populations:
Research to Action

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Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistantships University of Washington:


Spring 2016 Introduction to Statistics for Social Science (SOC 221)
Winter 2016 Introduction to Sociology (SOC 110)
Spring 2015 Populations & Society (SOC 331)
Winter 2015 Logic of Social Inquiry (SOC 300)
Fall 2014 Social Stratification (SOC 360)

Instructor University of Washington:


Summer 2016 Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities (SOC 230)
Honors Students Brooke Byun, Samara Lavitt, Libby Lavitt
Summer 2015 TA/RA Conference on Teaching, Learning, & Research, Facilitator
Racial and Ethnic Relations (SOC 362)

Professional Service

2016 Reviewer, Social Science Research


Organizing Committee Assistant, International
Conference on Social Informatics
Organizer, Contexts Working Group
2015 Organizer, Adviser Working Group (Lee)
2014 Member of the Graduate Student Association
University of Washington, Sociology Department
2013 Vice-president and founding member of the Sociology
Graduate Student Association at UNC Charlotte

Professional Affiliations

American Sociological Association (Section Memberships: Population, Racial and Ethnic


Minorities, Medical Sociology)
Population Association of America
Pacific Sociological Association
Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science

Skills

SAS, STATA, SPSS, R, NVivo, ATLAS.ti, ArcGIS, Microsoft Office: Excel, Word,
PowerPoint, Basic Spanish