BE, Educational Psychology and Counseling, National Taiwan Normal University
MA, Sociology, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Family, Aging, Health, Quantitative and Qualitative Methods, East Asia
SSC 225, Statistics for the Social Sciences
SOC 294, Basic Statistics for the Social Sciences
Eileen Keh is currently a PhD student at the University at Buffalo. Her overall research interests center around family sociology, medical sociology, research methods, social issues in East Asia and cross-national comparisons. Her dissertation focuses mainly on how parental SES affects parenting styles and children’s well-being in China. In her Master thesis, Eileen compared how the United States and Taiwan differ in SES effects of satisfaction in health care systems.