Eve Veliz-Moran, Ph.D.
Associate Professor at Providence College
Eve Veliz-Moran is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Providence College, where she has taught since 2009. Her area of expertise is Sociology of the Family with a particular interest in Latino Families and emerging/nontraditional family forms. Her prior research examines parent-adolescent relationships within Latino Families. Her most recent work, Variations in Adolescent Disclosure Among Latinas, was published in the Journal of Latino/Latin American Studies (JOLLAS) in 2016. Dr. Veliz-Moran also holds a Masters in Public Policy from Duke University and worked for the U.S. Government Accountability Office in Washington, D.C. before becoming an academic and therefore enjoys bringing a policy perspective to her work and hopes to do more working bridging academic research and policy in the future.
Rhode Island Historical Society - Member, 2012-Present
Stanford Alumni Club of Rhode Island - President, 2010-Present
Stanford Alumni Interviewer - 2010-Present
Circle de Luz (non-profit for at-risk Latina girls), Charlotte, NC - Inaugural Board Member, 2008-2010
- Ph.D., Sociology | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- M.A., Sociology | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- M.P.P., Public Policy | Duke University
- B.A., Political Science | Stanford University