Hunter W. York

Doctoral Student, Department of Sociology
225 Wallace Hall

B.S. Human Evolutionary Biology, Minor in Music
Harvard University, 2017 

M.P.H. Global Health
University of Washington, 2020 


Hunter is a PhD student in Sociology at Princeton. He earned his bachelor's degree from Harvard University in 2017 with a degree in Human Evolutionary Biology and a minor in Music. He spent the following three years in Seattle at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation on a fellowship while simultaneously earning an MPH from the University of Washington. There, he studied social demography with a focus on global educational attainment and education quality. He's originally from Tupelo, Mississippi, and his research interests include social stratification, economic mobility, education, demography, and families.

Start Date
Fall 2020