Carole Ahossin

Applied Behavioral Science
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Carole Ahossin is an international student from Benin, West Africa. She is a conscious, hard-working young lady, who strives to do her very best academically. Carole has worked as a graduate teaching assistant for the ABS program for the past two years and her performance in this role has been exemplary. Her interest in sociology began in high school because she believed it would clarify the origins of societal plagues such as poverty, inequality, and the lack of women’s rights in many patriarchal societies. Carole obtained a Bachelor’s degree from Wright State and will complete her cumulating research project this summer. Her research project is entitled Marital Patterns and Economic Integration of African Immigrants and her research focuses on Sub-Saharan African immigrants in the United States. Next summer, she plans to attend classes to obtain TESOL accreditation, which would allow her to teach English as a second language. Carole’s future plans include pursuing a Ph.D. Congratulations, Carole.


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