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Jennifer Glick

Jennifer.Glick@asu.edu

Professor
The Sanford School
Faculty
Mail Code: 3701

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Bio

 

Professor, School of Social and Family Dynamics,

Director, Center for Population Dynamics

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

 

Education

Texas-Austin, 1997

Core Scholarly Themes

Demography, Family, Migration, Race/ Ethnicity

Research Interests

My research focuses on immigrant adaptation and family survival strategies in receiving contexts. I have worked on projects examining life course transitions of immigrant and native youth in the United States. This includes a comparison of two cohorts of adolescents in their educational, family formation and labor market trajectories. And have more recently turned to examine the role of family and school context on the early school transitions of young children in immigrant families. The second area of research I am engaged in continues my long-term interest in immigration, family/household composition and intergenerational wealth-flows. This work addresses the economic distribution of wealth in immigrant and native households and the stability of extended family households over time. The relative importance of national origins and placement in the racial/ethnic hierarchy for immigrant adaptation also underpin much of this work. Currently, I am working on a team project examining changes in household and social networks in South Phoenix.

Research Interests

Immigration, Racial/Ethnic Stratification, Family Demography

Courses

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

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
SOC 533 Demographic Methods

Fall 2010

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

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. 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).

  2. 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).

  3. 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).

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

  5. 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).

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

  7. 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).

  8. 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).

  9. 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).

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

  11. 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).

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

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

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

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

  16. 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).

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

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

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

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

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

  22. 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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Presentations

  1. Jennifer E. Gllick Immigrants, Migrants and Schooling: International Perspectives. Annual Meeting of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. (Nov 2014).
  2. Jennifer E. Glick A binational view of education: Should we look for assimilation?. Center for Social and Demographic Analysis, University at Albany, State University of New York Collo. (Oct 2014).
  3. Jennifer E. Glick Patrones de vida familiar de los niños de origen mexicano en Estados Unidos. XII Reunion Nacional de Investigacion Demografica. (May 2014).
  4. Glick, Jennifer E. and Seung Yong Han Socioeconomic stratification from within: Changes within American Indian cohorts in the United States: 1990-2010. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Boston, MA,. (May 2014).
  5. Haruna Fukui and Jennifer Glick Postsecondary enrollment of immigrant boys and girls: The effect of family contexts in the transition to adulthood. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Boston, MA,. (May 2014).
  6. Sam Yoo and Jennifer Glick The timing of paternal migration and children’s educational aspirations. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Boston, MA,. (May 2014).
  7. Glick, Jennifer E. Educational Data on Mexicans in the United States: What we know and what we need to know.. Las estadisticas de los mexicanos en Estados Unidos: Sus alcances y limitaciones. El Colegio de la F. (Oct 2013).
  8. Glick, Jennifer Fertility and Reproductive Health: examining links with the environment. XXVII International Union for the Scientific Study of Population International Population Conference. (Aug 2013).
  9. Jennifer E Glick Surveying Immigrant Populations: Challenges and Successes. H2R 2012: International Conference on Methods for Surveying and Enumerating Hard-to-Reach Population. (Nov 2012).
  10. Jennifer E. Glick and Seline Szkupinski Quiroga "Whats Going On in South Phoenix: A Community Snapshot". Community Forum and newsletter. (Sep 2012).
  11. Jennifer E.Glick, Haruna Fukui, Ducle Medina and Seline Szkupinski Quiroga Strengths in troubling times: Housing complexity and insecurity in South Phoenix.. Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association. (Aug 2012).
  12. Jennifer E. Glick Mexican Families in the United States: Diversity within and across generations. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America. (May 2012).
  13. Carey E.Cooper, Jodi Swanson, Jennifer E. Glick, Richard A. Fabes and Robert H. Bradley Classroom Behavioral Patterns, Children’s Self-Control and Kindergarten Academic and Social Competence. Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association. (Apr 2012).
  14. Jennifer E. Glick More than Duration of Residence: Immigration and Children’s Well-Being. Colloquia of the Initiative in Population Research, Ohio State University. (Apr 2012).
  15. Jennifer E Glick and Haruna Fukui Generational Transitions: Divergent assimilation paths for girls and boys. Second Generation Workshop, Institute for Social Science, Cornell University. (Dec 2011).
  16. Jennifer E. Glick Parental Migration, Children’s Environments and the Well-Being of Children of Immigrants. National Children's Study Symposium, NIH. (Dec 2011).
  17. Jennifer E Glick Diversity and Inequality among Populations. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. (Aug 2011).
  18. Jennifer E Glick and Laquitta M. Smith Immigrant Families, Communities and Child Development. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America. (Apr 2011).
  19. Jennifer E Glick More than Duration of Residence: Immigration in the Family Life Course. UCLA, International Institute and California Center for Population Research. (Apr 2011).
  20. Jennifer E Glick The Rocky Road to Wellness for Native Youth, Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities. Faculty Cross Talk sponsored by the Office of Institutional Inclusion, Office of the Executive Vice. (Apr 2011).
  21. Dulce Medina, Seline Szkupinski Quiroga, and Jennifer E. Glick Immigrant Sentiments: Is Arizona 'Home' to Latino Immigrants?. The Society for Applied Anthropology 71st Annual Meeting. (Mar 2011).
  22. Jennifer Glick and Jennifer Van Hook Immigration and Social Transformation. 50th Anniversary of the Population Research Center, University of Texas. (Nov 2010).
  23. Scott T. Yabiku and Jennifer E. Glick he Southwest migration Study: Findings from Culiacán and Phoenix. 3er Congreso Internacional Migraciones Globales, Mazatlán, Sinaloa, November, 2010. (Nov 2010).
  24. Glick, Jennifer E; Brewis, Alexandra, Seline Szkupinski-Quiroga and Amber Wutich. Social Dynamics in Response to Shifting Immigration Policy and Practice: Latino Social Networks, Resource Flow, and Household Reorganization. Human and Social Dynamics Grantees Conference, NSF. (Sep 2010).
  25. None Immigration and Citizenship Session. American Sociological Association Annual meetings. (Aug 2010).
  26. Jennifer E. Glick and Ajay Chaudry Indicators of early learning and school performance for young children of immigrants (Pre-K-3rd grade). Urban Institute Policy Roundtable. (Jun 2010).
  27. Jennifer E. Glick, Scott T. Yabiku & Steven A. Haas A Moving Paradox: A binational comparison of residential mobility and health. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America. (Apr 2010).
  28. Nicole Weller, Jennifer E. Glick, Seline Szkupinski-Quiroga, Alexandra Brewis Slade and Ben VanderMeer Differential health outcomes among Hispanic immigrants reporting chilling effects.. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America. (Apr 2010).
  29. Jennifer Glick and Nicole Weller Local Responses to Shifting Approaches to Immigration and Economic Change. ASU School of Public Affairs, Research Colloquium. (Nov 2009).
  30. Glick, Jennifer E. Immigrant Intergenerational Mobility: Methods, Interpretations and Policy Implications. Conference, Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, USC. (Oct 2009).
  31. Glick, Jennifer E. Demographic processes of family change. Pacific Sociological Association. (Apr 2009).
  32. Glick, Jennifer E. Family-School Connectivity: Barriers and Opportunities for Academic Achievement among children of immigrants.". Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America. (Apr 2009).
  33. Glick, Jennifer E.; Elizabeth Wentz, Steven Haas and Li Zhu Migration, Environment and Health in Phoenix. Pacific Sociological Association. (Apr 2009).
  34. Glick, Jennifer E. The importance of family migration patterns: Mothers' age at arrival and children's cognitive and academic performance. Brown University Conference: The Immigrant Paradox in Education and Behavior. (Mar 2009).
  35. Jennifer E. Glick Family Connections: Delving further into the educational trajectories of children of immigrants. Economy Justice and Society Seminar. (Nov 2008).
  36. Jennifer Glick Session on Immigrant Families/Communities. American Sociological Association Meetings. (Aug 2008).
  37. Glick, Jennifer E.; Scott T. Yabiku, Steven Haas, Elizabeth Wentz and Li Zhu Migration, Health and Environment in the Desert Southwest. 2ndo Congreso Internacional Migraciones Globales, Mazatlan, Sinaloa. (Apr 2008).
  38. Bates, Littisha; Jennifer E. Glick Does it matter if teachers and schools match the student? Racial and ethnic disparities in problem behaviors. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America. (Apr 2008).
  39. Jennifer Glick The Immigration Process and Children's Outcomes in Origins and Destinations. Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America. (Apr 2008).
  40. Glick, Jennifer Academic Progress of Children in Mexican Immigrant Families: A Comparative Approach. Center for Mexican and Mexican American Families Seminar Series. (Oct 2006).

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Marsiglia,Flavio * , Glick,Jennifer Elyse , Sangalang,Cindy C , . Advancing Health Equity Through Multi-Level Cultural Determinants Research. HHS-NIH-NCMHD (9/25/2014 - 9/24/2015).
  2. 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).
  3. 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-SES (9/1/2012 - 2/28/2017).
  4. 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).
  5. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * , Boone,Christopher G , Boone,Christopher G , Brewis Slade,Alexandra A , Chowell-Puente,Gerardo , 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-SES (10/1/2008 - 9/30/2013).
  6. 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).
  7. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * . STABILITY OF MEXICAN IMMIGRANT EXTENDED FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS. BOWLING GREEN UNIV (9/1/2004 - 8/31/2006).
  8. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * . EARLY SCHOOL TRANSITIONS OF IMMIGRANTS' CHILDREN. HHS-NIH-NICHD (8/1/2003 - 7/31/2007).
  9. Glick,Jennifer Elyse * . IMMIGRATION AND EARLY LIFE COURSE TRANSITIONS. HHS-NIH-NICHD (1/1/2000 - 8/31/2004).

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Service

  1. National Institute of Health - Special Emphasis Panel, Chair (2013 - present)
  2. South Mountain Village Community Study-Community Forum., Presenter/Facilitator (2012 - present)
  3. Center for Population Dynamics, T. Denny Sanford School of Social Dynamics, Director (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. AZ Republic Op-Ed "Survey helps us make informed decisions", Author (2012 - present)
  7. National Institute of Health, Health of the Population (HOP), Ad Hoc ember of Study Section (2012 - present)
  8. American Sociological Association, Speaker (2011 - present)
  9. American Sociological Association - Section on Population, Member - Duncan Book Award Committee (2011 - present)
  10. American Sociological Association - Section on Population, Member - Duncan Book Award Committee (2011 - present)
  11. Spirit of Service Scholars Seminar, College of Public Programs, ASU, Guest Lecturer (2010 - present)
  12. American Jewish Committee and the Ford Foundation, Invited Speaker (2010 - present)
  13. Center for Population Dynamics, Associate Director (2008 - present)
  14. School of Social and Family Dynamics, Member of Personnel Committee (2008 - present)
  15. American Sociological Review, Member Editorial Board (2006 - present)
  16. National Institute of Health, Health of the Population (HOP) Integrated Review Group, Center for Sci, Member of Study Section (2006 - present)
  17. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, External Reviewer (2004 - present)
  18. University of California Multicampus Research Program and Initiatives (MRPI) review panel, Study Section Member (2014)
  19. UC Press, External Reviewer (2014)
  20. American Sociological Association - Section on Population, Chair - Duncan Book Award Committee (2011 - 2014)
  21. ASU Night of the Open Door, Coordinated Exhibit (2014)
  22. T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics, Personnel Committee (2012 - 2013)
  23. Center for Population Dynamics, Associate Director (2011 - 2012)
  24. American Sociological Association - Section on International Migration, Member - Nominations Committee (2011 - 2012)
  25. Sociology Innovation Committee, ASU, Chair (2011 - 2012)
  26. School of Social and Family Dynamics, Personnel Committee (2011 - 2012)
  27. Population Association of America, Elected Member of the Board (2009 - 2011)
  28. National Institutes of Health, External reviewer - P01 (2011)
  29. Polity Books Press, Manuscript Reviewer (2011)
  30. Sociology Graduate Committee, Committee Member (2010)
  31. Center for Population Dynamics, Associate Director (2010)
  32. School of Social and Family Dynamics, Interim Graduate Director for Sociology (2009 - 2010)
  33. Center for Population Dynamics, Associate Director (2009)
  34. American Sociological Review, Member Editorial Board (2006 - 2009)
  35. National Institute of Health, Health of the Population (HOP) Integrated Review Group, Center for Sci, Member of Study Section (2006 - 2009)
  36. Pacific Sociological Association, Program Committee Member (2009)
  37. School of Social and Family Dynamics, Member of Personnel Committee (2009)
  38. American Sociological Association, Council Member-Section on Sociology of the Family (2007 - 2008)
  39. Population Sciences Subcommittee Review Group, Center for Scientific Review, Regular Panel Member (2005 - 2008)
  40. Center for Population Dynamics, Colloquium Organizer (2007)

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