Amy E. Stich
Associate Professor of Higher Education
Amy E. Stich. Dr. Stich is an associate professor of higher education at the Louise McBee Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia and an affiliate faculty member with the Interdisciplinary Qualitative Studies program at the University of Georgia. As a sociologist of education and qualitative researcher, Stich is interested in issues of inequality of educational access, opportunity, and outcome relative to social class and race. Her research has been supported by the National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation and the National Science Foundation. She is the author of more than 30 publications, including Access to Inequality: Reconsidering Class, Knowledge, and Capital in Higher Education (Lexington Books) and co-editor of The Working Classes and Higher Education: Inequality of Access, Opportunity, and Outcome (Routledge). At the McBee Institute, Stich teaches graduate-level, introductory and advanced courses in qualitative research and social theory.