Melissa Evangeline (Evie) Lopoo

Graduate Research Assistant

Melissa Evangeline (Evie) Lopoo

Melissa Evangeline (Evie) Lopoo is a PhD student in the Department of Sociology. Her work focuses broadly on mass incarceration and surveillance as a function of social policy in the United States. Formerly, Evie was Project Manager of Research and Writing for the Columbia University Justice Lab. She is originally from Syracuse, NY, and received her BA from the University of Virginia.

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Currently, our research focuses primarily on gun violence prevention and community violence intervention (CVI), policing practices, and public safety, and we are expanding into other areas that effect neighborhood health and well-being.
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