Solome Haile

Research Assistant

Solome Haile is an emerging scholar and researcher. Her work ranges from environmental racism and environmental justice to the collateral consequences of incarceration. Her research interests include social theory, carcerality, environmental racism, and qualitative methodologies. Currently, she serves as a research associate in the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research’s Landscapes research team and a research assistant in Washington University in St. Louis’s Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and Equity, as she prepares to apply to sociology PhD programs this fall.