Celene Reynolds is a fourth-year graduate student in the Department of Sociology. Her research interests include social change, law, educational organizations, and gender and sexuality. Her dissertation, which recently received funding from the National Science Foundation, examines how and why the implementation of Title IX has shifted from an emphasis on gender equity in athletics to sexual harassment on college campuses.
Prior to joining Yale’s graduate program, Celene worked in philanthropic management consulting in Chicago. She completed the Master of Arts Program in Social Sciences at the University of Chicago in 2011 and earned a BA in sociology at Wellesley College in 2009.
Reynolds was an ISPS Graduate Policy Fellow in 2015-2016.