Monday, Oct 12 at noon, 6050 ISR
Joe Grengs: Policy & planning for transportation equity
Associate Research Scientist, Population Studies Center.
Associate Research Scientist, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research.
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison
Dr. Fomby studies how family instability affects child well-being, including how parents' choices and behaviors influence those of their children.
Fomby, Paula, Laurie James-Hawkins, and Stefanie Mollborn. Forthcoming. "Family Resources in Two Generations and School Readiness Among Children of Teen Parents." Population Research and Policy Review. DOI. Abstract.
Mollborn, Stefanie, Elizabeth Lawrence, Laurie James-Hawkins, and Paula Fomby. 2014. "How Resource Dynamics Explain Accumulating Developmental and Health Disparities for Teen Parents' Children." Demography, 51(4): 1199-1224. DOI. Abstract.
Mollborn, S., E. Lawrence, L. James-Hawkins, and Paula Fomby. 2014. "When do socioeconomic resources matter most in early childhood?" Advances in Life Course Research, 20: 56-69. PMCID: PMC4242154. DOI. Abstract.
Fomby, Paula, Patrick Krueger, and Nicole Wagner. 2014. "Age at childbearing over two generations and grandchildren's cognitive achievement." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 35: 71-88. PMCID: PMC4354864. DOI. Abstract.
Mollborn, Stefanie, Paula Fomby, and Jeffrey A. Dennis. 2012. "Racial/Ethnic Differences in Extended Household Transitions in Early Childhood." Social Science Research, 41(5): 1152-1165. DOI. Abstract.