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Jennifer Glick

Jennifer.Glick@asu.edu

SUM/WTR Faculty Research
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Mail Code: 2402

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The Sanford School

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Bio

 

Professor, School of Social and Family Dynamics,

Director, Center for Population Dynamics

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

 

Education

PhD in Sociology, The University of Texas-Austin

Core Scholarly Themes

Demography, Family, Migration, Race/ Ethnicity

Research Interests

My research focuses on immigrant adaptation and family survival strategies in receiving contexts, migration and family processes in sending contexts and the connections between them. I have worked on projects examining life course transitions of immigrant and native youth in the United States, economic distribution of wealth in immigrant and native households and the stability of extended family households over time and comparisons of migration and education in Mexico and the United States. 

Research Interests

Immigration, Racial/Ethnic Stratification, Family Demography

Courses

Spring 2016

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 499 Individualized Instruction

Fall 2015

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 333 Population

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 333 Population

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 333 Population

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 333 Population

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 415 The Family

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Book chapter: Jennifer E. Glick and Julie Park. Migration, Assimilation, and Social Welfare. International Handbook of Migration and Population Distribution. Springer (2016).

  2. Jennifer E. Glick and Seungyong Han. Socioeconomic stratification from within: Changes within American Indian cohorts in the United States: 1990-2010.. Population Research and Policy Review (2015).

  3. Review of: A Portrait of America: The Demographic Perspective. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews (2015).

  4. Bradley, Robert, Amy Pennar* and Jennifer E. Glick.. The home environments of infants from immigrant families in the United States: Findings from the New Immigrant Survey.. Journal of Infant Mental Health (2014).

  5. Skzupinski Quiroga, Seline, Dulce Medina* and Jennifer E. Glick.. In the Belly of the Beast: Narratives of Belonging in Times of Economic and Political Stress. American Behavioral Scientist (2014).

  6. Jennifer E. Glick. Parental Migration Context, Home Environment, and the Well-Being of Children of Immigrants. Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NIH, DHHS. . Health Disparities Among Children of Immigrants Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. : Proceedings from the National Children's Study Symposium (NA). (2014).

  7. Jennifer E Glick. Children of Migrants. The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration. Wiley-Blackwell (2013).

  8. Chunyan Song, Mary Benin and Jennifer Glick. Dropping out of high school: The effects of family structure and family transitions. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage (2012).

  9. Zhenchao Qian, Jennifer E. Glick and Christine Baston. Crossing racial, ethnic and nativity boundaries: Ethnic differences in marriage and cohabitation. Demography (2012).

  10. Book chapter: Jennifer E Glick and Rebecca Clark. Cognitive Development and Family Resources Among Children of Immigrant Families. The Oxford Handbook of Poverty and Child Development. Oxford Press (2012).

  11. Book chapter: Jennifer Glick, Haruna Fukui and Michael White. Post-secondary school participation of immigrant and native youth: The role of familial resources and educational expectations. Handbook of US Immigration and Education. Springer Publishing Company (2012).

  12. Jennifer E. Glick and Jennifer Van Hook. Does a house divided stand? Kinship, reciprocity and living arrangements. Journal of Marriage and Family, 73: 889-1180 (2011).

  13. Jennifer E. Glick. Connecting Complex Processes: A decade of research on immigrant families. Journal of Marriage and Family (2010).

  14. Jennifer E. Glick, Littisha Bates and Scott Yabiku. Mother's age at arrival in the United States and children's early cognitive develop[ment. Early Childhood Resaerch Quarterly (2009).

  15. Rebecca Clark, Jennifer E. Glick and Regina M. Bures. Immigrant families over the life course: Research directions and needs.. Journal of Family Issues (2009).

  16. Scott Yabiku, Jennifer E. Glick, Elizabeth Wentz, Steve Haas and Li Zhu. Migration, Health, and Environment in the Desert Southwest. Population and Environment (2009).

  17. Michael J. White and Jennifer E. Glick. Achieving Anew: How new immigrants do in American schools, jobs, and neighborhoods.. Russell Sage Foundation (2009).

  18. Book chapter: Jennifer E. Glick and Littisha Bates. Diversity in academic achievement: Children of immigrants in US schools. Immigration, Diversity and Education. Routledge (2009).

  19. Jennifer Glick, Bryndl Hohmann-Marriott. Academic Performance of Young Children in Immigrant Families: The significance of race, ethnicity and national origins. International Migration Review (2007).

  20. Jennifer Van Hook, Jennifer Glick. Immigration and Living Arrangements: Moving Beyond the ‘Instrumental Needs Versus Acculturation’ Dichotomy. Demography (2007).

  21. Jennifer Glick, Stacey Ruf, Frances Goldscheider, Michael White. Education and Early Family Formation: Patterns by Race, Ethnicity and Generation Status. Social Forces (2006).

  22. Michael White, Kim Ann, Jennifer Glick. Mapping Social Distance: Ethnic Residential Segregation in a Multiethnic Metro. Sociological Methods and Research (2005).

  23. Jennifer Glick, Michael White. Parental Aspirations and Post-Secondary School Participation among Immigrant and Native Youth in the United States. Social Science Research (2004).

  24. Jennifer Glick, Michael White. The Academic Trajectories of Immigrant Youth: Analysis Within and Across Cohorts. Demography (2003).

  25. Jennifer Hook, Jennifer Glick. Parents' Coresidence with Adult Children: Can Immigration Explain Race and Ethnic Variation?. Journal of Marriage and Family (2002).

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * , Bradley,Robert , Bradley,Robert , Herbst,Chris M , Lara-Valencia,Francisco , Marsiglia,Flavio , Santos,Carlos Eduardo , Wilkens,Natalie Desrochers , Yabiku,Scott Thomas , . Family Migration and Early Life Outcomes. HHS-NIH-NICHD (7/31/2015 - 6/30/2020).
  2. Marsiglia,Flavio * , Glick,Jennifer Elyse , Sangalang,Cindy C , . Advancing Health Equity Through Multi-Level Cultural Determinants Research. HHS-NIH-NCMHD (9/25/2014 - 9/24/2016).
  3. Yabiku,Scott Thomas * Glick,Jennifer Elyse Wentz,Elizabeth Ann . Innovation in the Measurement of Community Contextual Features. HHS-NIH-NICHD (6/15/2013 - 3/31/2016).
  4. Yabiku,Scott Thomas * Glick,Jennifer Elyse Hall,Sharon York,Abigail . CNH: Feedbacks between human community dynamics and socio-ecological vulnerability in a biodiversity hotspot. NSF-SBE-SES (9/1/2012 - 6/30/2016).
  5. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * Hanish,Laura Diane Yabiku,Scott Thomas . ARRA: Family Migration Context Development and Early School Outcomes. HHS-NIH-NICHD (6/1/2009 - 5/31/2012).
  6. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * , Boone,Christopher G , Boone,Christopher G , Chowell-Puente,Gerardo , Slade,Alexandra Avril Brewis , Szkupinski-Quiroga,Seline , Winham,Donna M , Winham,Donna M , Wutich,Amber Yoder , . AOC: Social Dynamics in Response to Shifting Immigration Policy and Practice: Latino Social Networks Resource Flow and Household Reorganization. NSF-SBE-SES (10/1/2008 - 9/30/2013).
  7. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * . Family-School Connectivity: Interactions Leading to Academic Achievement for Children of Immigrants. AMER EDUCATION RESEARCH ASSN (4/1/2008 - 8/31/2009).
  8. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * . STABILITY OF MEXICAN IMMIGRANT EXTENDED FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS. BOWLING GREEN UNIV (9/1/2004 - 8/31/2006).
  9. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * . EARLY SCHOOL TRANSITIONS OF IMMIGRANTS' CHILDREN. HHS-NIH-NICHD (8/1/2003 - 7/31/2007).
  10. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * . IMMIGRATION AND EARLY LIFE COURSE TRANSITIONS. HHS-NIH-NICHD (1/1/2000 - 8/31/2004).

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Service

  1. Center for Population Dynamics, T. Denny Sanford School of Social Dynamics, Director (2015 - present)
  2. National Institute of Health - Special Emphasis Panel, Chair (2013 - present)
  3. South Mountain Village Community Study-Community Forum., Presenter/Facilitator (2012 - present)
  4. Center for Population Dynamics, T. Denny Sanford School of Social Dynamics, Director (2012 - present)
  5. Center for Population Dynamics, T. Denny Sanford School of Social Dynamics, Director (2012 - present)
  6. Center for Population Dynamics, T. Denny Sanford School of Social Dynamics, Director (2012 - present)
  7. AZ Republic Op-Ed "Survey helps us make informed decisions", Author (2012 - present)
  8. National Institute of Health, Health of the Population (HOP), Ad Hoc ember of Study Section (2012 - present)
  9. American Sociological Association, Speaker (2011 - present)
  10. American Sociological Association - Section on Population, Member - Duncan Book Award Committee (2011 - present)
  11. American Sociological Association - Section on Population, Member - Duncan Book Award Committee (2011 - present)
  12. Spirit of Service Scholars Seminar, College of Public Programs, ASU, Guest Lecturer (2010 - present)
  13. American Jewish Committee and the Ford Foundation, Invited Speaker (2010 - present)
  14. Center for Population Dynamics, Associate Director (2008 - present)
  15. School of Social and Family Dynamics, Member of Personnel Committee (2008 - present)
  16. National Institutes of Health, Population Science Subcomittee, External reviewer (2015 - 2018)
  17. Population Research and Policy Review, Editor in Chief (2015 - 2017)
  18. T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics, Personnel Committee (2015 - 2016)
  19. Population Association of America, Committee for Population Statistics, Committee Member (2015)
  20. American Sociological Association, Session organizer (2015)
  21. University of California Multicampus Research Program and Initiatives (MRPI) review panel, Study Section Member (2014)
  22. UC Press, External Reviewer (2014)
  23. American Sociological Association - Section on Population, Chair - Duncan Book Award Committee (2011 - 2014)
  24. ASU Night of the Open Door, Coordinated Exhibit (2014)
  25. T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics, Personnel Committee (2012 - 2013)
  26. Center for Population Dynamics, Associate Director (2011 - 2012)
  27. American Sociological Association - Section on International Migration, Member - Nominations Committee (2011 - 2012)
  28. Sociology Innovation Committee, ASU, Chair (2011 - 2012)
  29. School of Social and Family Dynamics, Personnel Committee (2011 - 2012)
  30. Population Association of America, Elected Member of the Board (2009 - 2011)
  31. National Institutes of Health, External reviewer - P01 (2011)
  32. Polity Books Press, Manuscript Reviewer (2011)
  33. Sociology Graduate Committee, Committee Member (2010)
  34. Center for Population Dynamics, Associate Director (2010)
  35. School of Social and Family Dynamics, Interim Graduate Director for Sociology (2009 - 2010)
  36. Center for Population Dynamics, Associate Director (2009)
  37. American Sociological Review, Member Editorial Board (2006 - 2009)
  38. National Institute of Health, Health of the Population (HOP) Integrated Review Group, Center for Sci, Member of Study Section (2006 - 2009)
  39. Pacific Sociological Association, Program Committee Member (2009)
  40. School of Social and Family Dynamics, Member of Personnel Committee (2009)

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