B.A. in Sociology, magna cum laude with Departmental Honors (UCLA, 2008);
M.A. in Sociology (Columbia University, 2011);
M.Phil. in Sociology (Yale University, 2014)
Areas of Interest:
Crime & Deviance, Neighborhood Inequality, Gender-Based Violence
- 2016. Sara Bastomski and Philip Smith. “Gender, Fear, and Public Places: How Negative Encounters with Strangers Harm Women.”, Sex Roles, Springer US.
Project Reports for Clients
- 2015. Sara Bastomski and Kirsten Keller. “Evaluation Strategy for the Civil Air for Clients Patrol Cadet Encampment Program: A Report Prepared for the United States Air Force Office of Manpower and Reserve Affairs.” RAND Corporation, Report PR-2135-AF [Proprietary Report].
Revise and Resubmit (Manuscripts available upon request)
- Sara Bastomski, Noli Brazil, and Andrew Papachristos. “Neighborhood Networks, Structural Embeddedness, and Violence in Chicago.”
- Andrew Papachristos and Sara Bastomski. “Connected in Crime: The Enduring Effect of Neighborhood Networks on the Spatial Patterning of Crime.”
- 2012. Sara Bastomski. “Violence Prevention Programs Should Target Neighborhoods, Not Just Individuals.” Yale Institute for Social and Policy Studies, Lux et Data Blog.
- 2012. Friesen, Barbara J., Terry L. Cross, Pauline R. Jivanjee, L. Kris Gowen, Abby Bandurraga, Sara Bastomski, Cori Matthew, and Nicole J. Maher. “More Than a Nice Thing to Do: A Practice-Based Evidence Approach to Outcome Evaluation in Native Youth and Family Programs.” Pp. 87-107 in Handbook of Race and Development in Mental Health, edited by E.C. Chang and C. A. Downey. New York: Springer.
- 2016. Yale Graduate School Conference Travel Award.
- 2015-16. Kent T. Healy Foundation Fellowship.
- 2010-2015. Burnand-Partridge Foundation Grant, Santa Barbara Foundation.
- 2014. Marie Jahoda Summer School. University of Vienna.
- 2012-13. Yale Institution for Social & Policy Studies Fellowship.