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Paula Fomby

Collaborative Research: Socioeconomic Inequalities in Technology Use and Health Lifestyles among Children and Youth

Research Project Description

Dr. Fomby will share responsibility for overall direction and leadership of the project. In particular she will be responsible for quantitative (survey and time diary) analyses, related literature reviews, and supervision of the University of Colorado Boulder graduate students work related to the quantitative analysis. Dr. Fomby will co-author project reports, manuscripts and conference presentations with Dr. Mollborn. She will also be responsible for fiscal management of the funds awarded to the University of Michigan.

Funding: National Science Foundation (SES-1729115)

Funding Period: 8/1/2017 to 7/31/2019