University of ArizonaNorton School of Family and Consumer Sciences


Jennifer Munley

Academic Program: 
Family Studies and Human Development
Degrees: 
B.A.: Child and Family Studies and Sociology, Albright College; MPH: Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, Emory Unversity
Hometown: 
Howell, New Jersey

Jennifer Munley is a second year Ph.D. student currently comnpleting her last semseter of coursework. Her research focuses on physical and mental health promotion among sexual-minority adolescents.

Minor: 
Research Methods
Recent Accomplishments: 

 

Travel Grants

Graduate and Professional Student Council Travel Award ($500), 2013

FSHD Travel Award ($100), 2013

Scholarly Publications

Peer-Reviewed Chapters in Edited Books

Russell, S., Munley, J. Pollitt, A. (in press). The school environment for LGBTQ youth. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.

Manuscripts in Preparation

Hoenig, J. M., Sinclair, K.O. (in progress) Differential and gendered associations between race-based harassment and academic and psychosocial outcomes for racial/ethnic minority students. 

Presentations

Hoenig, J. M., Snapp, S. D., Russell, S. T. (Submitted) Sexual Orientation, Race, and Gender Disparities in Discipline:The School to Prison Pipeline and Sexual Minority Youth. Paper submitted for the Biennial Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Austin, TX, March 2014.

Snapp, S. D., Hoenig, J. M., Fields, A., Russell, S. T. (Submitted) Messy, Butch, and Queer: Narratives of the School-to-Prison Pipeline. Paper submitted for the Biennail Conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Austin, TX, March 2014.

 

Teaching Experience

Instructor:   Adolescence, FSHD 377 (2013)

 



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