Shiloh Deitz

University of Oregon

I am a methodologist and cartographer concerned with social inequality. Data ethics are central to my work. My current project with Dr. Amy Lobben works to directly improve the quality of life for persons with a disability. We are collaborating within our S3C lab to create a personalized accessible map routing application. I hold a B.A. in Peace Studies from Whitworth University and two masters degrees from Southern Illinois University - an M.A. in Sociology and an M.S. in Geography. I have previously worked as a researcher for the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute and a water resources analyst for the consulting firm CDM Smith. My previous work examined the household level plumbing inequality, unequal impacts of natural disasters and the relationship between health and environments.