Arialle K. Crabtree is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of Georgia. Arialle's specialty areas include sex and gender, sexualities, social movements, and qualitative methods. Her dissertation research explores how activists work to address gender-based violence at institutions of higher education on campus and at the national level. In 2016, Arialle received the B.O. Williams Outstanding Thesis Award from the Department of Sociology at the University of Georgia.
Concurrent with pursuit of her Ph.D., Arialle is also a lecturer in the Department of Sociology at Mississippi State University. Arialle teaches introductory and upper-level courses related to sociological theory, social problems, gender, and sexuality. She is committed to best instructional practices in her face-to-face and online courses. She regularly receives excellent evaluations from her students (e.g., average score of 4.4 on a 5 point scale). In 2018, Arialle received the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from the Office of the Vice President of Instruction at the University of Georgia.
- M.A. in Sociology, University of Georiga in 2015
- Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies, University of Georgia
- B.S. in Applied Sociology, North Carolina State University in 2012
- B.A. in Political Science, North Carolina State University in 2012