Wayne Rivera-Cuadrado

Graduate Research Fellow

Wayne Rivera-Cuadrado

Wayne Rivera-Cuadrado is a PhD student in the Department of Sociology at Northwestern University. His research interests include social networks, trauma, violence, and the sociology of knowledge. He aims to utilize network science to study the spread of trauma and victimization, with the goal of furthering our understanding of secondary trauma across different settings. A Florida native, he is fond of the outdoors and trips to the Dali Museum.

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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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