Student Presentations 2018
Our graduate students and faculty regularly collaborate on research and coauthor and present papers and posters, addressing specific topics related to the study of human behavior, at national conferences, workshops and professional meetings.
Student names are highlighted in bold.
The American Society of Criminology is an international organization whose members pursue scholarly, scientific, and professional knowledge concerning the measurement, etiology, consequences, prevention, control, and treatment of crime and delinquency.
Institutions, Culture, & Crime
November 14 - 17
- Marisa M. Baumgardner & Jorge M. Chavez
- William M. Clemens
- “Contextualizing Parental Incarceration Effects On Crime and Delinquency"
- Mitchell Gresham, Raymond Swisher, & Stephen Demuth
- “Group Threat and Handgun Ownership: Does Racial Minority or Immigrant Neighborhood Composition Matter?”
- Brian Joseph Timm, William M. Clemens, Monica Longmore, Peggy Giordano, Wendy Manning, & John H. Boman
- “Parents, Peers, Partners, and Prison: Delinquent Adolescent Networks and Criminal Justice Contact in Early Adulthood”
Add Health brings together a nationwide multidisciplinary team of scientists, including scholars in family studies, sociology, public health, pediatrics, psychology, biostatistics, economics, cardiology, epidemiology, medicine, anthropology, and genetics.
July 23 - 24
Natcher Building and Conference Center
NIH Campus, Bethesda, Maryland
- Growing up in America: Children of Immigrants and Nonmarital Fertility
The Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association draws over 5,000 attendees and provides the opportunity for professionals involved in the scientific study of society to share knowledge and new directions in research and practice. Approximately 600 program sessions are convened during the four-day meeting, featuring over 3,000 research papers and invited sessions.
August 11 - 14, 2018
- Maurice Anyawie*
- Brian Joseph Timm, Peggy Giordano, & John Boman
- Kei Nomaguchi & Justina Beard
Population Association of America (PAA) is a non-profit, scientific, professional organization that promotes research on population issues. The 2018 PAA President is our own Distinguished Research Professor Wendy D. Manning.
April 26 - 28
*Indicates Graduate Students
Anna Hammersmith Wins #PAA2018 Poster Award!
Maurice Anyawie* & Wendy D. Manning
Saima Bashir* & Karen B. Guzzo
Susan L. Brown, Matthew R. Wright, & Elizabeth S. Howe-Huist*
Kasey J. Eickmeyer,* Wendy D. Manning, Susan L. Brown, & Karen B. Guzzo
Karen B. Guzzo, Vanessa Wanner Lang,* & Sarah Hayford
Sarah Hayford, Karen B. Guzzo, & Yasamin Kusunoki*
Paul Hemez,* Karen B. Guzzo, Wendy D. Manning, Susan L. Brown, & Krista K. Payne
Kara Joyner, Barbara F. Prince,* Wendy D. Manning
Marissa E. Landeis,* Wendy D. Manning, Monica A. Longmore, & Peggy Giordano
I-Fen Lin, Susan L. Brown, Matthew R. Wright, & Anna M. Hammersmith*
Kei Nomaguchi, Justina Marie Beard,* & Taylor Burroughs*
Matthew R. Wright, Anna M. Hammersmith,* Susan L. Brown, & I-Fen Lin
March 28 - 31
Long Beach, CA