Faculty & Staff
Education: PhD (2013) The Pennsylvania State University
Recent Interests: Urban and Community Sociology, Social Stratification, Population Health, Quantitative Methods
SOC 294: Basic Statistics for the Social Sciences
SOC 348: Urban Sociology
Bio: Gregory Sharp is an urban sociologist and social demographer interested in racial/ethnic inequality, community social organization, and contextual effects on health and well-being. His current research examines the role of non-residential contexts (activity spaces) in shaping adult health; the trends, patterns, and processes of racial/ethnic residential segregation, diversity, and homeownership in America; and the changing nature of neighborhood attachment in Los Angeles.