Morgan Koziol is in her second year of the Sociology Ph.D. program at University of South Carolina. She is a Managing Editor for Social Currents, the official journal of the Southern Sociological Society. She has served as a teaching assistant in Sociological Research Methods, Intro to Social Problems, and Honors Medical Sociology. She also helped with the development of an online course. She is currently working on her Master's Thesis. Morgan is also assisting with the start of the Family Inequality Research Lab in the Sociology Department at UofSC as a featured graduate student and as a lead graduate student on one of their key projects.
Morgan's research investigates socioeconomic inequalities that impact academic outcomes. Her hope is to advocate for change through research so that First-Generation College Students can be better supported through policy change.
Morgan graduated from Baylor University with a B.A. in Professional Writing & Rhetoric. She was a member of the Baylor Honors College and Baylor Interdisciplinary Core. She was also a Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Scholar.
Morgan enjoys community service, quality time with loved ones, bird watching, and hiking with her dogs Georgia & Carolina.