New Writer’s Initiative Fellows

2019 Fellows

  • Name
  • Affiliation
  • Topic
  • Charlie Huntington
  • University of Denver
  • How Ethnicity and Acculturation at the Individual and Family Levels are Related to Romantic and Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors Among a Diverse Sample of Adolescents
  • Aleja Parsons
  • New York University
  • How Cultural Factors and Experiences May Advance the Fields Knowledge of Relationship Dynamics Among African American Couples
  • Ruvi English
  • Wintrhop University
  • Refugee Migration Stress and Family Development
  • Yunyu (Kathy) Xiao
  • New York University
  • Transitions in Social Network Patterns and Associations with Suicidal Behaviors: A Latent Transition Analysis from Adolescence to Middle
    Adulthood
  • Jane Sanders
  • University of Toronto
  • Understanding the experiences of students who have been expelled or suspended using the principles of grounded theory
  • Alaysia Brown
  • University of Missouri
  • Examining whether greater exposure to within-group discrimination is associated with poorer psychosocial health and whether parental messages about coping with racial and ethnic discrimination may also mitigate the psychosocial effects of experiencing within-group discrimination
  • Eman Tadros
  • University of Akron
  • How does the incarcerated father’s perspective on the non-incarcerated mother’s parenting affect the quality of the co-parenting relationship?
  • Eliazbeth McNeilly
  • University of Calgary
  • Reframing families: Transforming meaning in families with gender-expansive members
  • Meg D. Bishop
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Well-Being, Identity Development Processes, Sexual and Gender Minority Youth in School, Minority Stress Theory, Sexuality Education
  • Dev Crasta
  • University of Rochester
  • Diverse relationships and developing novel strategies for characterizing socioeconomic
    status across several large-scales studies

2018 New Writers

2018 New Writers Bios