|||Title:||University Community Research Coordinator|
|Office:||Cuneo Hall, 421|
Julie Hilvers is a doctoral student in the Department of Sociology at Loyola University Chicago. Her master's thesis research examined community response to racial and economic change in two urban neighborhoods located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her current research interests are urban sociology, especially related to urban neighborhood change, intersectionality of race, class, and gender, and sociology of place. Since working at CURL, she has been involved in several research projects including evaluations of Catholic Charities'Homeless Prevention Call Center, Rebuilding Together - Metro Chicago's National Rebuilding Day Program, and Christian Community Health Centers' Footprints "Women in Prostitution" Project.