- Population studies
- Parental investments
- Food security
- Quantitative methods
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- PhD Demography, UC Berkeley
- MS International Agricultural Development, UC Davis
- BS Environmental Sciences, UC Berkeley
- Sara Lopus CV
- SOC 110: Comparative Societies
- SOC 315: Global Race and Ethnic Relations
- SOC 355: Quantitative Research Methods
- SOC 431: World Population: Processes and Problems
Margaret Frye and Sara Lopus. (2018) “From privilege to prevalence: Contextual effects of women’s schooling on African marital timing,” Demography, 55(6): 2371-2394. **Article of the Year Award, ASA Family Section**
Sara Lopus and Margaret Frye. (2018) “Visualizing Africa’s Educational Gender Gap,” Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World. 4: 1-2.
Sara Lopus, Paul McCord, Drew Gower, and Tom Evans. (2017) “Drivers of farmer satisfaction with small-scale irrigation systems,” Journal of Applied Geography, 89: 77-86.
Sara Lopus. (2017) “Relatives in residence: Relatedness of household members drives schooling differentials in Mozambique,” Journal of Marriage and Family, 79(4): 897-914.
Sara E. Lopus, Maria Paz Santibanez, Robert H. Beede, et al. (2010) “Almond growers’ nutrition programs are assessed and compared with theoretical best management practices,” California Agriculture, 64(3): 149-154.