TIMOTHY WILLIAM COLLINS portrait
  • Director of Undergraduate Studies, Geography Department
  • Professor, Geography Department
  • Co-Director, Center for Natural and Technological Hazards
  • Professor, Environmental & Sustainability
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Publications

  • Grineski, S., D. Morales, T. Collins, S. Nadybal, and *S. Trego. In press. Anxiety and depression among US college students engaging in undergraduate research during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of American College Health. DOI: 10.1080/07448481.2021.2013237. Published, 03/27/2022.
  • Morales, D. S. Grineski, and T. Collins. In press. Racial/ethnic and gender inequalities in third grade children’s self-perceived STEM competencies in the US. Educational Studies. DOI: 10.1080/03055698.2020.1871324. Published, 03/26/2022.
  • Grineski, S., T. Collins, and C. Mullen. 2022. When not implemented communally, citizen science efforts may reflect, reinforce, and potentially exacerbate environmental injustice. American Journal of Public Health 112(3):348-350. DOI: 10.2105/AJPH.2021.306646. Published, 03/21/2022.
  • Collins, T., S. Grineski, and S. Nadybal. 2022. A comparative approach for environmental justice analysis: Explaining divergent societal distributions of particulate matter and ozone pollution across U.S. neighborhoods. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 112(2):522-541. DOI:10.1080/24694452.2021.1935690. Published, 03/13/2022.
  • Collins, T., S. Grineski, and D. Morales. 2022. We need environmental health justice research and action for LGBTQ+ people. American Journal of Public Health 112(1):54-56. DOI: 10.2105/AJPH.2021.306477. Published, 03/01/2022.
  • Morales, D, S. Grineski, and T. Collins. 2022. Undergraduate researchers’ graduate school intentions during COVID-19. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1508(1):137-154. DOI: 10.1111/nyas.14698. Published, 02/04/2022.
  • Mullen, C., A. Flores, S. Grineski, and T. Collins. 2022. Exploring the distributional environmental justice implications of a non-governmental network of air quality monitoring sensors in Los Angeles County. Environmental Research 206:112612. DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2021.112612. Published, 02/01/2022.
  • Renteria, R., S. Grineski, T. Collins, A. Flores, and *S. Trego. 2022. Social disparities in neighborhood heat in the Northeast United States. Environmental Research 203:111805. DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2021.111805. Published, 01/01/2022.
  • Morales, D. S. Grineski, and T. Collins. 2021. Effects of mentor-mentee discordance on Latinx undergraduates’ intent to pursue graduate school and research productivity. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1499(1):54-69. DOI: 10.1111/nyas.14602. Published, 10/01/2021.
  • Allain, M., and T. Collins. 2021. Differential access to park space based on country of origin within Miami’s Hispanic/Latino population: A novel analysis of park equity. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18:8364. DOI: 10.3390/ijerph18168364. Published, 08/07/2021.
  • Rubio, R., S. Grineski, and T. Collins. 2021. Children’s lifetime cancer risks from vehicular air pollution in the United States: Environmental injustices at the intersection of race/ethnicity and language. Environmental Sociology 7(3):187-199. DOI: 10.1080/23251042.2021.1878574. Published, 07/01/2021.
  • Flores, A., T. Collins, S. Grineski, *A. Griego±, C. Mullen±, S. Nadybal±, R. Renteria±, R. Rubio±, Y. Shaker±, and *S. Trego. (± equal authorship) 2021. Environmental injustice in the disaster cycle: Hurricane Harvey and the Texas Gulf Coast. Environmental Justice 14(2):146-158. DOI: 10.1089/env.2020.0039. Published, 05/01/2021.
  • Grineski, S., T. Collins, R. Renteria, R. Rubio. 2021. Multigenerational immigrant trajectories and children’s unequal exposure to fine particulate matter in the US. Social Science & Medicine 282:114108. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2021.114108. Published, 04/15/2021.
  • McCullough, M., N. Wan, M. Pezzolesi, T. Collins, S. Grineski, D. Wei, J. Lazaro-Guevara, S. Frodsham, K. VanDerslice, S. Clements, J. Holmen, and T. Srinivas. 2021. Type 1 diabetes incidence among youth in Utah: A geographical analysis. Social Science & Medicine 278:113952. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2021.113952. Published, 04/01/2021.
  • Chakraborty, J., T. Collins, and S. Grineski. 2021. Exposure to Hurricane Harvey flooding for subsidized housing residents in Harris County, Texas. Natural Hazards 106(3):2185-2205. DOI: doi.org/10.1007/s11069-021-04536-9. Published, 03/01/2021.
  • Frederick, A., S. Grineski, T. Collins, and H. Daniels, and D. Morales. 2021. The emerging STEM paths and science identities of Hispanic/Latinx college students: Examining the impact of multiple undergraduate research experiences. CBE-Life Sciences Education 20(2):ar18. Published, 02/01/2021.
  • Morales, D., S. Grineski, and T. Collins. 2021. Effects of mentoring relationship heterogeneity on student outcomes in summer undergraduate research. Studies in Higher Education 46(3):423-436. DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2019.1639041. Published, 01/15/2021.
  • Flores, A., *A. Castor, S. Grineski, T. Collins, and C. Mullen. 2021. Petrochemical releases disproportionately affected socially vulnerable populations along the Texas Gulf Coast after Hurricane Harvey. Population & Environment 42:279-301. DOI: 10.1007/s11111-020-00362-6. Published, 01/01/2021.
  • Mullen, C., S. Grineski, T. Collins, and D. Mendoza. 2020. Effects of PM2.5 on third grade students’ proficiency in math and English language arts. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17(18):6931. Published, 10/01/2020.
  • Nadybal, S., T. Collins, and S. Grineski. 2020. Light pollution inequities in the continental United States: A distributive environmental justice analysis. Environmental Research 189:109959. DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2020.109959. Published, 08/01/2020.
  • *Griego, A., A. Flores, T. Collins, and S. Grineski. 2020. Social vulnerability, disaster assistance, and recovery: A population-based study of Hurricane Harvey in Greater Houston, Texas. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 51:101766. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101766. Published, 07/15/2020.
  • Mullen, C., S. Grineski, T. Collins, W. Xing, K. Kelly, R. Whitaker, T. Sayahi, T. Becnel, P. Goffin, P. Gaillardon, and M. Meyer. 2020. Patterns of distributive environmental inequity under different PM2.5 air pollution scenarios for Salt Lake County public schools. Environmental Research 186:109543. DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2020.109543. Published, 07/01/2020.
  • Flores, A., T. Collins, S. Grineski, and J. Chakraborty. 2020 (submitted 10/18/19; resubmitted 1/28/20; accepted 3/24/20). Disparities in health impacts and access to healthcare among Houston area residents after Hurricane Harvey. Public Health Reports 135(4):511-523. DOI: 10.1177/0033354920930133. Published, 06/30/2020.
  • Frederick, A., H. Daniels, S. Grineski, and T. Collins. 2020. “I’ve never felt like that inhibits anything”: The gendered frameworks of Hispanic women college students in a STEM program. Gender and Education 32(5):646-663. DOI: 10.1080/09540253.2019.1632806. Published, 04/01/2020.
  • Grineski, S., Morales, D., Collins, T., Wilkes, J. & Bonkowsky, J. (2020). Social disparities in distance travelled to access children's hospital care for severe illness: The case of children with leukodystrophies. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. Vol. 7, 975-986. Published, 02/24/2020.
  • Grineski, S., Morales, D., Collins, T., Wilkes, J. & Bonkowsky, J. (2020). Geographic and specialty access disparities in U.S. pediatric leukodystrophy diagnosis. Journal of Pediatrics. Vol. 220, 193-199. Accepted, 01/29/2020.
  • Rubio, R., Grineski, S., Collins, T. & Morales, D. (2020). Ancestry-based intracategorical injustices in carcinogenic air pollution exposures in the United States. Society & Natural Resources. Vol. 33, 987-1005. Published, 01/17/2020.
  • Grineski SE, Collins TW & Adkins DE (2020). Hazardous air pollutants are associated with worse performance in reading, math, and science among US primary schoolchildren. Environmental research. Vol. 181, 108925. Published, 01/01/2020.
  • Nadybal, S., S. Grineski, T. Collins, A. Flores±, A. Castor±, A. Griego±, C. Mullen±, and R. Rubio±. 2020. Environmental justice in the US and beyond: Frameworks, evidence, and social action. In K. Lersch and J. Chakraborty (eds.), Geographies of Behavioral Health, Crime, and Disorder: The Intersection of Social Problems and Place, pp. 187-209. New York: Springer. (± denotes equal authorship). Published, 01/2020.
  • Chakraborty J, Grineski SE & Collins TW (2019). Hurricane Harvey and people with disabilities: Disproportionate exposure to flooding in Houston, Texas. Social science & medicine (1982). Vol. 226, 176-181. Published, 12/2019.
  • Collins TW, Grineski SE & Nadybal S (2019). Social disparities in exposure to noise at public schools in the contiguous United States. Environmental research. Vol. 175, 257-265. Published, 12/2019.
  • Grineski, S. & Collins, T. (2019). Lifetime cancer risks from hazardous air pollutants in US public school districts. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. Vol. 73, 854-860. Published, 12/2019.
  • Grineski, S., Morales, D., Collins, T., Hernandez, E. & Fuentes, A. (2019). The burden of carcinogenic air toxics among Asian Americans in four US metro areas. Population and Environment. Vol. 40, 257-282. Published, 12/2019.
  • Sianez, M., Highfield, L., Collins, T. & Grineski, S. (2019). Burden of illness, primary care use, and medication utilization among US-México border children with wheezing. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. Vol. 6, 594-602. Published, 12/2019.
  • Collins TW, Grineski SE, Chakraborty J & Flores AB (2019). Environmental injustice and Hurricane Harvey: A household-level study of socially disparate flood exposures in Greater Houston, Texas, USA. Environmental research. Vol. 179, 108772. Published, 11/01/2019.
  • Daniels HA, Grineski SE, Collins TW & Frederick AH (2019). Navigating Social Relationships with Mentors and Peers: Comfort and Belonging among Men and Women in STEM Summer Research Programs. CBE life sciences education. Vol. 18, ar17. Published, 06/01/2019.
  • Chakraborty J, Collins TW & Grineski SE (2019). Exploring the Environmental Justice Implications of Hurricane Harvey Flooding in Greater Houston, Texas. American journal of public health. Vol. 109, 244-250. Published, 01/01/2019.
  • Grineski S., Daniels H., Collins T., Morales D. & Frederick A. (2018). The conundrum of social class: disparities in publishing among STEM students in undergraduate research programs. Science Education. Vol. 102, 283-303. Published, 03/01/2018.
  • Sianez M., Highfield L., Balcazar H., Collins T. & Grineski S. (2018). An examination of the association of multiple acculturation measures with asthma status among elementary school students in El Paso, Texas. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. DOI: 10.1007/s10903-017-0627-z. Published, 03/01/2018.
  • Collins T. & Grineski S. (2018). Environmental justice and flood hazards: a conceptual framework applied to emerging findings and future research needs. (pp. 350-361). The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice. Published, 03/01/2018.
  • Grineski S. & Collins T. (2018). Environmental justice and borders: lessons from the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. (pp. 528-542). The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice. Published, 03/01/2018.
  • Morales DX, Grineski SE & Collins TW (2017). Increasing Research Productivity in Undergraduate Research Experiences: Exploring Predictors of Collaborative Faculty-Student Publications. CBE life sciences education. Vol. 16. Published, 12/01/2017.
  • Collins TW, Grineski SE & Morales DX (2017). Environmental injustice and sexual minority health disparities: A national study of inequitable health risks from air pollution among same-sex partners. Social science & medicine (1982). Vol. 191, 38-47. Published, 10/01/2017.
  • Grineski SE, Collins TW, Chakraborty J & Montgomery M (2017). Hazard Characteristics and Patterns of Environmental Injustice: Household-Level Determinants of Environmental Risk in Miami, Florida. Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis. Vol. 37, 1419-1434. Published, 07/01/2017.
  • Morales DX, Grineski SE & Collins TW (2017). Faculty Motivation to Mentor Students Through Undergraduate Research Programs: A Study of Enabling and Constraining Factors. Research in higher education. Vol. 58, 520-544. Published, 07/01/2017.
  • Grineski SE, Collins TW & Morales DX (2017). Asian Americans and disproportionate exposure to carcinogenic hazardous air pollutants: A national study. Social science & medicine (1982). Vol. 185, 71-80. Published, 07/01/2017.
  • Collins TW, Grineski SE & Morales DX (2017). Sexual Orientation, Gender, and Environmental Injustice: Unequal Carcinogenic Air Pollution Risks in Greater Houston. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. Vol. 107, 72-92. Published, 01/02/2017.
  • Daniels H, Grineski SE, Collins TW, Morales DX, Morera O & Echegoyen L (2016). Factors Influencing Student Gains from Undergraduate Research Experiences at a Hispanic-Serving Institution. CBE life sciences education. Vol. 15. Published, 09/01/2016.
  • Morales DX, Grineski SE & Collins TW (2016). Influences on Faculty Willingness to Mentor Undergraduate Students from Another University as Part of an Interinstitutional Research Training Program. CBE life sciences education. Vol. 15. Published, 09/01/2016.
  • Grineski SE, Collins TW & Kim YA (2016). Contributions of individual acculturation and neighborhood ethnic density to variations in Hispanic children's respiratory health in a US-Mexican border metropolis. Journal of public health (Oxford, England). Vol. 38, 441-449. Published, 09/01/2016.
  • Grineski SE, Clark-Reyna SE & Collins TW (2016). School-based exposure to hazardous air pollutants and grade point average: A multi-level study. Environmental research. Vol. 147, 164-71. Published, 08/01/2016.
  • Clark-Reyna SE, Grineski SE & Collins TW (2016). Health Status and Residential Exposure to Air Toxics: What Are the Effects on Children's Academic Achievement?. Family & community health. Vol. 39, 160-8. Published, 06/15/2016.
  • Clark-Reyna SE, Grineski SE & Collins TW (2016). Residential exposure to air toxics is linked to lower grade point averages among school children in El Paso, Texas, USA. Population and environment. Vol. 37, 319-340. Published, 03/01/2016.
  • Balcazar AJ, Grineski SE & Collins TW (2015). The Hispanic health paradox across generations: the relationship of child generational status and citizenship with health outcomes. Public health. Vol. 129, 691-7. Published, 12/01/2015.
  • McDonald YJ, Grineski SE, Collins TW & Kim YA (2015). A scalable climate health justice assessment model. Social science & medicine (1982). Vol. 133, 242-52. Published, 11/01/2015.
  • Grineski SE, Collins TW & Olvera HA (2015). Local Variability in the Impacts of Residential Particulate Matter and Pest Exposure on Children's Wheezing Severity: A Geographically Weighted Regression Analysis of Environmental Health Justice. Population and environment. Vol. 37, 22-43. Published, 09/02/2015.
  • Chavez-Payan P, Grineski SE & Collins TW (2015). Early Life and Environmental Risk Factors Modify the Effect of Acculturation on Hispanic Children's Asthma. Hispanic health care international : the official journal of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses. Vol. 13, 119-30. Published, 01/01/2015.
  • Reyes J., Fernandez M., Grineski S. & Collins T. (2014). Natural hazards in Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica, Central America. Natural Science. Vol. 6, 121-129. Published, 03/01/2014.
  • Reyes J., Fernandez M., Grineski S. & Collins T. (2014). Spatial analysis of disaster risk in Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica, Central America. Journal of Geography and Geology. Vol. 6, 123-132. Published, 03/01/2014.
  • Romo Aguilar L., Collins T., Grineski S., Aldouri R., Fitzgerald R., Ford P. & Velázquez-Angulo G. (2014). Cambio climático en la evaluación de la vulnerabilidad a riesgos ambientales en ciudades de la frontera México-Estados Unidos. Pp. 93-126Cambio climático en la evaluación de la vulnerabilidad a riesgos ambientales en ciudades de la frontera México-Estados Unidos. (pp. 93-126). El Análisis del Riesgo y Riesgos de Frontera: Aportes desde las Ciencias Sociales. Published, 03/01/2014.
  • Kim YA, Collins TW & Grineski SE (2014). Neighborhood context and the Hispanic health paradox: differential effects of immigrant density on children׳s wheezing by poverty, nativity and medical history. Health & place. Vol. 27, 1-8. Published, 01/01/2014.
  • Grineski SE, Collins TW & Chakraborty J (2013). Hispanic heterogeneity and environmental injustice: Intra-ethnic patterns of exposure to cancer risks from traffic-related air pollution in Miami. Population and environment. Vol. 35, 26-44. Published, 09/01/2013.
  • Jimenez AM, Collins TW & Grineski SE (2013). Intra-ethnic disparities in respiratory health problems among Hispanic residents impacted by a flood. The Journal of asthma : official journal of the Association for the Care of Asthma. Vol. 50, 463-71. Published, 07/01/2013.
  • Collins TW, Jimenez AM & Grineski SE (2013). Hispanic health disparities after a flood disaster: results of a population-based survey of individuals experiencing home site damage in El Paso (Texas, USA). Journal of immigrant and minority health. Vol. 15, 415-26. Published, 04/01/2013.
  • Velázquez-Angulo G., Aldouri R., Collins T., Grineski S., Romo Aguilar L., Aboargob F., Eldeb A., McDonald Y. & Poblano-Amparán F. (2013). Characterizing climate change risks and informing adaptation strategies in the Ciudad Juárez-El Paso binational metropolitan region based on spatial analyses of extreme heat–vegetation abundance–population vulnerability relationships. (pp. 155-178). Dinámicas Locales del Cambio Global: Aplicaciones de Percepción Remota y Análisis Espacial. Published, 03/01/2013.
  • Collins T. (2012). A landscape typology of residential wildfire risk. (pp. 33-65). Wildfire and Community: Facilitating Preparedness and Resilience. Published, 03/01/2012.
  • Collins TW, Grineski SE, Chakraborty J & McDonald YJ (2011). Understanding environmental health inequalities through comparative intracategorical analysis: racial/ethnic disparities in cancer risks from air toxics in El Paso County, Texas. Health & place. Vol. 17, 335-44. Published, 01/01/2011.
  • Collins TW & Bolin B (2009). Situating hazard vulnerability: people's negotiations with wildfire environments in the U.S. southwest. Environmental management. Vol. 44, 441-55. Published, 10/01/2009.
  • Bolin B., Collins T. & Darby K. (2008). Fate of the Verde: water, environmental conflict, and the politics of scale in Arizona’s central highlands. Geoforum. Vol. 39, 1494-1511. Published, 03/01/2008.
  • Collins T. (2008). What influences hazard mitigation? Household decision making about wildfire risks in Arizona’s White Mountains. The Professional Geographer. Vol. 60, 508-526. Published, 03/01/2008.
  • Collins T. (2008). The political ecology of hazard vulnerability: marginalization, facilitation and the production of differential risk to urban wildfires in Arizona’s White Mountains. Journal of Political Ecology. Vol. 15, 21-43. Published, 03/01/2008.
  • Bolin B., Grineski S. & Collins T. (2005). The geography of despair: environmental racism and the making of South Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Human Ecology Review. Vol. 12, 155-167. Published, 03/01/2005.

Presentations

  • Neighborhood heat disparities in the Northeast United States. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. August 2021, virtual event. (R. Renteria, S. Grineski, T. Collins, *S. Trego, A. Flores). Conference Paper, Presented, 08/2021.
  • Environmental Justice Implications of a Non-Governmental Network of Air Quality Monitoring Sensors in Los Angeles County. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. August 2021, virtual event. (C. Mullen, S. Grineski, T. Collins, A. Flores). Conference Paper, Presented, 08/2021.
  • Challenges to geospatial assessment of environmental justice for climate change-related hazards. Virtual Workshop on Geospatial Needs for Environmental Justice; Mapping Science Committee; National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. May 21, virtual event. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/21/2021.
  • Interrogating measures of ethnicity in park equity research: Differential access based on country-of-origin within Miami’s heterogeneous Hispanic population. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. April 2021, virtual event. (M. Allain, T. Collins). Conference Paper, Presented, 04/2021.
  • Water vulnerability assessment at sub-basins level in Nepal. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. April 2021, virtual event. (K. Thapa, S. Brewer, T. Collins, S. Rupper). Conference Paper, Presented, 04/2021.
  • Neighborhood disparities in air pollution exposure at the US-Mexico border: The intersection of race/ethnicity and older age. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. April 2021, virtual event. (*C. Child, T. Collins, S. Grineski). Conference Paper, Presented, 04/2021.
  • Measuring Inequities in Exposure to 100-year Flood Risk in Houston, Texas: A Comparative Approach Using Two Flood Models. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. April 2021, virtual event. (A. Flores, T. Collins, S. Grineski, C. Sampson). Conference Paper, Presented, 04/2021.
  • Disparities in Extreme Heat Exposure in Maricopa County, Arizona: The Intersection of Race/ethnicity and Older Age. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. April 2021, virtual event. (*S. Trego, T. Collins, S. Grineski, A. Flores, R. Renteria). Conference Paper, Presented, 04/2021.
  • Environmental justice research: General overview and local study results. Utah Valley University, Department of Earth Science. Virtual event. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 11/17/2020.
  • Ford Foundation Fellowship informational panel. University of Utah, College of Social & Behavioral Science. Virtual event. Panel, Presented, 10/28/2020.
  • Geography Program Learning Outcomes Assessment: Results from a 3rd-Year Interim Report (Fall 2017-Spring 2020). University of Utah, Fall 2020 Learning Outcomes Assessment Workshop. Virtual event. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/21/2020.
  • Understanding environmental justice. Qualtrics event for Hispanic Heritage Month. (Presenters: T. Collins, S. Grineski, A. Flores, C. Mullen, R. Rubio, and S. Trego). Virtual event. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/23/2020.
  • Patterns of distributive environmental inequity under different PM2.5 air pollution scenarios for Salt Lake County public schools (C. Mullen, S. Grineski, T. Collins, W. Xing, R. Whitaker, T. Sayahi, T. Becnel, P. Goffin, P.-E. Gaillardon, M. Meyer, K. Kelly). American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA. Cancelled. Conference Paper, Accepted, 08/2020.
  • Environmental justice research: Results from local studies and ideas for teaching. University of Utah, Department of Geography Summer Seminar. Virtual event. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 07/22/2020.
  • Environmental injustice, white privilege, and the boomerang effect: A comparative, U.S. national study of neighborhood-level disparities in fine particulate matter and ozone pollution. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. (T. Collins, S. Grineski, S. Nadybal). Cancelled. Conference Paper, Accepted, 04/2020.
  • Social vulnerability to Hurricane Harvey: Unmet needs and adverse event experiences in Greater Houston, Texas. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. (A. Flores, T. Collins, S. Grineski, J. Chakraborty). Cancelled. Conference Paper, Accepted, 04/2020.
  • A Distributive Environmental Justice Analysis of Light Pollution in the Contiguous United States. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. (S. Nadybal, T. Collins, S. Grineski). Cancelled. Conference Paper, Accepted, 04/2020.
  • Multigenerational Immigrant Trajectories and Exposure to Air Pollution in the US. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. (S. Grineski, T. Collins, R. Rubio, and R. Renteria). Cancelled. Conference Paper, Accepted, 04/2020.
  • Hurricane Harvey: Impacts on vulnerable populations. Paper presented at HurriCon: Science at the Intersection of Hurricanes and the Populated Coast (National Science Foundation-funded). Greenville, NC. (A. Flores, T. Collins, S. Grineski, J. Chakraborty). Conference Paper, Presented, 02/2020.
  • Distributive environmental injustice at Salt Lake County public schools for different PM2.5 air pollution scenarios. Global Change & Sustainability Center Environment & Sustainability Research Symposium, University of Utah. Salt Lake City, UT. (C. Mullen, S. Grineski, T. Collins, W. Xing, R. Whitaker, T. Sayahi, T. Becnel, P. Goffin, P.-E. Gaillardon, M. Meyer, K. Kelly). Poster, Presented, 02/2020.
  • An intersectional approach to studying race/ethnicity and language-based environmental injustices in children’s exposure to air pollution. Global Change & Sustainability Center Research Symposium, University of Utah. Salt Lake City, UT. (R. Rubio, S. Grineski, T. Collins). Poster, Presented, 02/2020.
  • Social Disparities in Exposure to Accidental Releases of Chemical Toxins in the Texas Gulf Coast Area after Hurricane Harvey. Southwest Social Science Association. San Diego, CA. October 2019. (*Castor, A., A. Flores, C Mullen, S. Grineski, T. Collins). Conference Paper, Presented, 10/2019.
  • Social Vulnerability, Recovery Aid and the Speed of Recovery: Results from a survey conducted after Hurricane Harvey in Greater Houston, Texas. Southwest Social Science Association. San Diego, CA. October 2019. (*Griego, A., A. Flores, S. Grineski, T. Collins). Conference Paper, Presented, 10/2019.
  • Disproportionate exposure to cancer-causing hazardous air pollutants based on ancestry within the United States. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY. (R. Rubio, S. Grineski, T. Collins, D. Morales). Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 08/2019.
  • The impact of Hurricane Harvey on Greater Houston households: Comparing pre-event preparedness with post-event health effects, event exposures, and recovery. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY. (S. Grineski, A. Flores, T. Collins, J. Chakraborty). Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 08/2019.
  • Social Disparities in Exposure to Noise at Public Schools in the Contiguous United States. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY. (T. Collins, S. Grineski, S. Nadybal). Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 08/2019.
  • Disparities in Health Impacts and Access to Care among Houston Area Residents after Hurricane Harvey. University of Colorado-Boulder Natural Hazards Center Researchers Meeting. Broomfield, Colorado. July. (A. Flores, T. Collins, S. Grineski, J. Chakraborty). Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 07/2019.
  • Unequal exposures to environmental health hazards. U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water. University of Utah, UT. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 03/27/2019.
  • Unequal exposures to environmental health hazards: A social-geographical science perspective. U of U College of Social & Behavioral Science Transfer Symposium Series. Salt Lake Community College Redwood Campus, Utah. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 03/26/2019.
  • Social Disparities in Exposure to Air and Road Transportation Noise at US Public Schools. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Association of Geographers, Washington, DC. (S. Nadybal, T. Collins, S. Grineski). Conference Paper, Presented, 03/2019.
  • Disparities in Health Impacts and Access to Care among Houston Area Residents in Hurricane Harvey. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Association of Geographers, Washington, DC. (A. Flores–J. X. Kasperson Award Winner, T. Collins, S. Grineski, J. Chakraborty). Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/2019.
  • Disparities in Health Impacts and Access to Care among Houston Area Residents after Hurricane Harvey. Global Change & Sustainability Center Environment & Sustainability Research Symposium, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. (Flores, A., T. Collins, S. Grineski, J. Chakraborty). Poster, Presented, 02/2019.
  • Unequal Exposure to Cancer-Causing Hazardous Air Pollutants Based on Ancestry in the United States. Global Change & Sustainability Center Research Symposium, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. (R. Rubio, S. Grineski, T. Collins, D. Morales). Poster, Presented, 02/2019.
  • Morales, DX, Grineski, SE, Corral, G, Aley S, Boland T, Collins, TW, Cox, M, Echegoyen L, Morera, O, Wagler, A. 2017. Finding the best match: Managing a multi-institutional mentoring program using an online mentoring interface. Diversity Program Consortium Annual Conference, Rockville, MD. October 2017. Poster, Presented, 10/15/2017.
  • Grineski, S.E., Morales, D.X., Collins, T.W., *Hernandez, E.,* Fuentes, A. The model minority myth exposed: Carcinogenic air toxics among Asian Americans in four immigrant gateways. The American Sociological Association annual meeting, Montreal, Canada. August 2017. (* denotes undergraduate students). Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 08/25/2017.
  • Collins, T., Grineski, SE, Morales, DX. Environmental injustice and sexual minorities: a national study of air pollution risks among same-sex partners. The American Sociological Association annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, August 2017. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 08/24/2017.
  • Echegoyen, LE, Aley, S, Boland, T, Corral, G, Cox, M, Grineski, SE, Morera, O, Wagler, A. BUILDing SCHOLARS: Combining Asset Bundles with High Impact Practices. NIH/NIGMS Training and Workforce Development Program Directors’ Meeting. June 2017, Baltimore, MD. Conference Paper, Presented, 06/20/2017.
  • Grineski, SE, Morales, DX, Corral, G, Aley, S, Boland, T, Cox, M, Echegoyen, LE, Morera, O, Wagler, A. Finding the best match: Managing a multi-institutional mentoring program using an online mentoring interface. NIH/NIGMS Training and Workforce Development Program Directors’ Meeting. Baltimore, MD. June 2017. Poster, Presented, 06/15/2017.
  • *Fuentes, A, Grineski, S.E., Morales, D.X., Collins, T.W., *Hernandez, E. A Multicity Study of Asian Americans and Environmental Health Disparities Southwest Social Science Association. Austin, TX. April 2017. (* denotes undergraduate students). Conference Paper, Presented, 03/15/2017.
  • Echegoyen LE, Aley S, Boland T, Collins T, Corral G, Cox M, Grineski SE, Morera O, Wagler A. BUILDing SCHOLARS at the University of Texas at El Paso: an asset bundles approach. Session featuring NIH-funded BUILD Sites (“BUILD Sites: One Goal with Multiple Approaches to Diversify the NIH Workforce”), Understanding Interventions Conference. San Antonio, TX. March 2017. Conference Paper, Presented, 03/15/2017.
  • Echegoyen L, Corral G, Aley S, Collins T, Grineski S. BUILDing SCHOLARS: undergraduate student interventions to prepare the next generation of biomedical researchers. Poster presented at the Understanding Interventions Conference, San Antonio, TX. Poster, Presented, 03/15/2017.

Languages

  • Spanish, functional.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Costa Rica
  • Mexico
  • United States of America