Professor, Geography Department
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- McDonald YJ, Grineski SE, Collins TW & Kim YA (2015). A scalable climate health justice assessment model. Social science & medicine (1982). Vol. 133, 242-52.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Collins T. (2012). A landscape typology of residential wildfire risk. (pp. 33-65). Wildfire and Community: Facilitating Preparedness and Resilience.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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,
- 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,
- 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.
- 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.
- *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).
- 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.
- 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.
Geographical Regions of Interest
United States of America