Publications

  • Chakraborty, J, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2019). Hurricane Harvey and People with Disabilities: Disproportionate Exposure to Flooding in Houston, Texas. Social Science and Medicine. Vol. 226, 176-181. Published, 03/2019.
  • Frederick, AF, Daniels, H, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2019). "I've Never Felt Like That Inhibits Anything" The Gendered Frameworks of Hispanic Women College Students in a STEM Program. Gender and Education. Accepted, 02/2019.
  • Rubio, R, Grineski, SE, Morales, DX & Collins, TW (2019). The role of parents’ nativity in shaping differential risk of food insecurity among US first graders. Maternal and Child Health. Vol. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10995. Accepted, 01/24/2019.
  • Sianez, M, Highfield, L, Collins, TW & Grineski, SE (2019). Burden of Illness, Primary Care use, and Medication Utilization among US-Mexico Border Children with Wheezing. Journal of Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities. Vol. doi: 10.1007/s40615-018-00558-. Accepted, 01/04/2019.
  • Grineski, SE, Flores, AB, Collins, TW & Chakraborty, J (2019). The impact of Hurricane Harvey on Greater Houston Households: Comparing pre-event preparedness with post-event health effects, exposure experiences and recovery. Disasters. Accepted, 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, 01/2019.
  • Daniels, H, Grineski, SE, Collins, TW & Frederick, A (2019). Navigating STEM Summer Research Programs: Gender differences in social relationships with mentors and peers. CBE-Life Sciences. Accepted, 01/2019.
  • Collins, TW & Grineski, SE (2019). Environmental Injustice and religion: Outdoor air pollution disparities in metropolitan Salt Lake City, Utah. Annals of the American Association of GeographersAnnals. Accepted, 01/2019.
  • Grineski, SE, Morales, DX, Collins, TW, Hernandez, E & Fuentes, A (2018). The burden of carcinogenic air toxics among Asian Americans in four US metro areas. Population and Environment. Vol. e-pub ahead of print, 1-26. Accepted, 12/03/2018.
  • Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2018). Geographic and social disparities in exposure to air neurotoxicants at U.S. public schools. Environmental Research. Vol. 161, 580-587. Published, 02/01/2018.
  • Collins, TW, Grineski, SE & Chakraborty, J (2018). . Environmental injustice and flood risk: A conceptual model and case comparison of metropolitan Miami and Houston, USA. Regional Environmental Change. Vol. 18, 311-323. Published, 01/30/2018.
  • Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2018). Environmental justice and borders: lessons from the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. Routledge. Published, 01/2018.
  • Collins, TW & Grineski, SE (2018). Environmental justice and flood hazards: emerging findings and future research needs. Routledge. Published, 01/2018.
  • Grineski, SE, Daniels, HA, Collins, TW, Morales, DX & Frederick, AH (2018). The conundrum of social class: Disparities in publishing among STEM students in undergraduate research programs. Science Education. Vol. 102, 283-303. Published, 01/2018.
  • Collins,TW, Aley, S, Boland, T, Corral, G, Cox, M, Echegoyen, LL, Grineski, SE, Morera, O & Nazeran, H (2017). BUILDing SCHOLARS: enhancing diversity among biomedical researchers from the U.S. Southwest. BMC Proceedings. Vol. 11, 12. Published, 12/11/2017.
  • Collins, TW, Grineski, SE, Shenberger-Trujillo, J, Morales, DX, Morera, O & Echegoyen, LL (2017). Undergraduate research participation is associated with improved student outcomes at a Hispanic-serving institution. . Journal of College Student Development. Vol. 58, 583-600. Published, 12/06/2017.
  • 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. Vol. 191, 38-47. Published, 12/01/2017.
  • 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, ar42. Published, 12/01/2017.
  • 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, 12/01/2017.
  • 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. Vol. 37, 1419-1434. Published, 12/01/2017.
  • Rocha, JR, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2017). A qualitative examination of factors shaping high and low exposures to hazardous air pollutants among Hispanic households in Miami. Local Environment. Vol. 22, 1252-1267. Published, 12/01/2017.
  • Chakraborty, J, Collins, TW & Grineski, SE (2017). Environmental Justice Research: Contemporary Issues and Emerging Topics. . International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Vol. 13, e1072. Published, 12/2017.
  • Chakraborty, J, Collins, TW, Grineski, SE & Maldonado, A (2017). Racial differences in perceptions of air pollution health risk: does environmental exposure matter? . International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Vol. 14, 116. Published, 12/01/2017.
  • Chakraborty, J, Collins, TW & Grineski, SE (2017). Cancer risks from exposure to vehicular air pollution: a household level analysis of intra-ethnic heterogeneity in Miami, Florida. Urban Geography. Vol. 38, 112-136. Published, 11/10/2017.
  • Grineski, SE, Collins, TW & Morales, DX (2017). Asian Americans and disproportionate exposure to carcinogenic hazardous air pollutants: a national study. Social Science & Medicine. Vol. 185, 71-80. Published, 11/07/2017.
  • 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, 11/07/2017.
  • Sianez, M, Highfield, L., Balcazar, H., Collins, T.W. & Grineski, S.E. (2017). 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. Accepted, 07/12/2017.
  • Clark-Reyna, SE, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2016). Ambient concentrations of metabolic disrupting chemicals and children’s academic achievement in El Paso, Texas. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Vol. 13, e874. Published, 12/2016.
  • 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, 160-168. Published, 12/2016.
  • 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 U.S.-Mexican border metropolis. Journal of Public Health. Vol. 38, 441-449. Published, 12/2016.
  • Maldonado, A, Collins, TW, Grineski, SE & Chakraborty, J (2016). Exposure to flood hazards in Miami and Houston: Are Hispanic immigrants at greater risk than other social groups? . International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Vol. 13, 775. Published, 12/2016.
  • 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, 164-171. Published, 12/2016.
  • 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, 12/2016.
  • Morales, DX, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2016). Influences on faculty willingness to mentor undergraduate students from another university as part of an inter-institutional research training program. CBE-Life Sciences Education. Vol. 15, ar35. Published, 12/2016.
  • Daniels, HA, Grineski, SE, Collins, TW, Morales, DX, Morera, O & Echegoyen, LL (2016). Factors influencing student gains from undergraduate research experiences at a Hispanic serving institution. CBE-Life Sciences Education. Vol. 15, ar30. Published, 12/2016.
  • Maldonado, A, Collins, TW & Grineski, SE (2016). Hispanic immigrants’ vulnerabilities to flood and hurricane hazards in two US metro areas. Geographical Review. Vol. 106, 109-135. Published, 12/2016.
  • Grineski, SE, Herrera, JM, Bulathsinhala, P & Staniswalis, J (2015). Is there a Hispanic Health Paradox in sensitivity to air pollution? Hospital admissions for asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and congestive heart failure associated with NO2 and PM2.5 in El Paso, TX, 2005-2010. Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 119, 314-321. Published, 12/2015.
  • Grineski, SE, Collins, TW & Romo Aguilar, L (2015). Environmental injustice along the US-Mexico border: residential proximity to industrial parks in Tijuana, Mexico. Environmental Research Letters. Vol. 10, 095012. Published, 12/2015.
  • Collins, TW, Grineski, SE, Chakraborty, J, Hernandez, M & Montgomery, M (2015). Downscaling environmental justice analysis: determinants of household-level air toxics cancer risk disparities in Greater Houston. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. Vol. 105, 684-703. Published, 12/2015.
  • Balcazar, A, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2015). The Hispanic Health Paradox across Generations: The Relationship of Child Generational Status and Citizenship with Respiratory Health Outcomes. Public Health. Vol. 129, 691-697. Published, 12/2015.
  • Balcazar, A, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2015). The durability of immigration related barriers to healthcare access for Hispanics across generations. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Science. Vol. 37, 118-135. Published, 12/2015.
  • Hernandez, M, Collins, TW & Grineski, SE (2015). Immigration, mobility, and environmental injustice: a comparative study of Hispanic people’s residential decision-making and exposure to air toxics in Greater Houston, Texas. Geoforum. Vol. 60, 83-94. Published, 12/2015.
  • 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. Vol. 13, 119-130. Published, 12/2015.
  • McDonald, YJ, Grineski, SE, Collins, TW & Kim, YA (2015). A scalable climate health justice assessment model. Social Science and Medicine. Vol. 133, 242-252. Published, 12/2015.
  • Grineski, SE, Collins, TW, McDonald, Y, Aldouri, R, Aboargob, F , Eldeb, A, Romo Aguilar, L & Velazquez Angulo, G (2015). Double Exposure and the Climate Gap: Changing demographics and extreme heat in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Local Environment. Vol. 20, 180-201. Accepted, 12/2015.
  • Grineski, SE, Collins, TW, Chakraborty, J & Montgomery, M (2015). Hazardous Air Pollutants & Flooding: A comparative interurban study of environmental injustice. GeoJournal. Vol. 80, 145-158. Published, 12/2015.
  • Grineski, SE, Collins, TW & Olvera, HO (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, 12/2015.
  • Collins, TW, Grineski, SE & Chakraborty, J (2015). Household-level disparities in cancer risks from vehicular air pollution in Miami. . Environmental Research Letters. Vol. 10, 095008. Published, 12/2015.
  • Marquez-Velarde, G, Grines' & Staudt, K (2015). Mental health disparities among low-income US Hispanic Residents of a US-Mexico Border Colonia. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. Vol. 2, 445-456. Published, 12/2015.
  • Grineski, SE, Collins, TW, Chavez-Payan, P, Jimenez, A, Clark-Reyna, SE, Gaines, M & Kim, YA (2014). Social Disparities in Children’s Respiratory Health in El Paso, Texas. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Vol. 11, 2941-2957. Published, 12/2014.
  • Chakraborty, J, Collins, TW, Montgomery, M & Grineski, SE (2014). Comparing Disproportionate Exposure to Acute and Chronic Pollution Risks: A Case Study in Houston, Texas. Risk Analysis. Vol. 34, 2005-2020. Published, 12/2014.
  • Reyes-Chaves, J., Fernandez, M, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (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, 12/2014.
  • Collins, TW, Kim, YA, Grineski, SE & Clark-Reyna, SE (2014). Can economic deprivation protect health? Paradoxical contextual, compositional and cross-level effects of poverty on Hispanic children’s wheezing. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Vol. 11, 7856-7873. Published, 12/2014.
  • Chakraborty, J, Collins, TW, Montgomery, M & Grineski, SE (2014). Social and Spatial Inequities in Exposure to Flood Risk: A Case Study in Miami, Florida. Natural Hazards Review. Vol. 15, 04014006. Published, 12/2014.
  • 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 and Place. Vol. 27, 1-8. Published, 12/2014.
  • Reyes-Chaves, J., Fernandez, M, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2014). Natural hazards in Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica, Central America. Natural Sciences. Vol. 6, 121-129. Published, 12/2014.
  • Grineski, SE, Collins, TW & Chakraborty, J (2013). Hispanic heterogeneity and environmental injustice: Intra-ethnic patterns of exposure to cancer risks from vehicular air pollution in Miami. Population and Environment. Vol. 35, 26-44. Published, 12/2013.
  • Nelan, MM & Grineski, SE (2013). Responding to Haiti’s Earthquake: International Volunteer’s Health Behaviors and Community Relationships. Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disaster. Vol. 31, 293-314. Published, 12/2013.
  • Grineski, SE, Hernandez, AA & Ramos, V (2013). Raising Children in a Violent Context: An intersectionality approach to understanding parents’ experiences in Ciudad Juárez. Women’s Studies International Forum. Vol. 40, 10-22. Published, 12/2013.
  • 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, 415-426. Published, 12/2013.
  • Jimenez, Am, Collins, TW & Grineski, SE (2013). Intra-ethnic disparities in respiratory health outcomes among Hispanic residents impacted by a flood. Journal of Asthma. Vol. 50, 463-471. Published, 12/2013.
  • Collins, TW, Grineski, SE, Ford, PB, Aldouri, R, Fitzgerald, R, Romo Aguilar, L, Velazquez Angulo, G & Lu, D (2013). Mapping vulnerability to climate change-related hazards: Children at-risk in a U.S.-Mexico border metropolis. . Population and Environment. Vol. 34, 313-337. Published, 12/2013.
  • Grineski, SE, Chakraborty, J, Collins, TW & McDonald, Y (2013). Environmental Health Justice: Exposure to Air Toxics and Children’s Respiratory Hospital Admissions. The Professional Geographer. Vol. 65, 31-46. Published, 12/2013.
  • Hernandez, AA & Grineski, SE (2012). Disrupted by Violence: Children’s well-being and families’ economic, social, and cultural capital in Ciudad Juárez. Revista Panamericana de Salud Publica Pan-American Journal of Public Health. Vol. 31, 373-379. Published, 12/2012.
  • Morales, O, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2012). Structural Violence and Environmental Injustice: The case of a US-Mexico border chemical plant. Local Environment. Vol. 17, 1-21. Published, 12/2012.
  • McDonald, YJ & Grineski, SE (2012). Lack of Plumbing: A bi-national comparison of environmental injustice in El Paso and Ciudad Juárez. Population and Environment. Vol. 34, 194-216. Published, 12/2012.
  • Grineski, SE, Collins, TW, Ford, PB, Fitzgerald, R, Aldouri, R, Velazquez-Angulo, G, Romo Aguilar, L & Lu, D (2012). Climate change and environmental injustice in a bi-national context. Applied Geography. Vol. 33, 25-35. Published, 12/2012.
  • Forero, A & Grineski, SE (2012). Delayed Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region: A health narratives approach. Research in Sociology of Health Care. Vol. 30, 45-65. Published, 12/2012.
  • Flores, M, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2011). Using Visual Imagery to Achieve Environmental Justice: A Case Study of the ASARCO Copper Smelter in El Paso, TX. Environmental Justice. Vol. 4, 45-53. Published, 12/2011.
  • Grineski, SE (2011). Transnational Cultural Capital: Negotiating the US-Mexico border in coping with children’s asthma. Journal of Health and Social Theory. Vol. 9, 256-274. Published, 12/2011.
  • Grineski, SE & McDonald, YJ (2011). Mapping the Uninsured Using Secondary Data: An Environmental Justice Application in Dallas. Population and Environment. Vol. 32, 376-387. Published, 12/2011.
  • Grineski, SE, Staniswalis, JG, Bulathsinhala, P, Peng, Y & Gill, TE (2011). Hospital admissions for asthma and acute bronchitis in El Paso, Texas: Do age, sex, and insurance status modify the effects of dust and low wind events? . Environmental Research. Vol. 111, 1148-1155. Published, 12/2011.
  • Collins, TW, Grineski, SE, Chakraborty, J & McDonald, Y (2011). Understanding environmental health inequalities through comparative intracategorical analysis: Racial/ethnic disparities in cancer risks from air toxics in El Paso County, Texas. Health and Place. Vol. 17, 335-344. Published, 12/2011.
  • Grineski, SE, Staniswalis, JG, Peng, Y & Atkinson-Palombo, C (2010). Children’s asthma hospitalizations and relative risk due to nitrogen dioxide (NO2): Effect modification by race, ethnicity and insurance status. Environmental Research. Vol. 110, 178-188. Published, 12/2010.
  • Grineski, SE & Hernandez, AA (2010). Landlords, Fear and Children’s Respiratory Health: An untold story of environmental injustice in the central city. Local Environment. Vol. 15, 197-214. Published, 12/2010.
  • Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2010). Environmental Injustice in Transnational Context: Urbanization and industrial hazards in El Paso/Ciudad Juárez. Environment and Planning A. Vol. 42, 1308-1327. Published, 12/2010.
  • Hernandez, AA & Grineski, SE (2010). Exploring the Efficacy of an Environmental Health Intervention in south Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Family and Community Health. Vol. 33, 1-11. Published, 12/2010.
  • Grineski, SE, Collins, TW, Romo Aguilar, L & Aldouri, R (2010). No Safe Place: Environmental Hazards & Injustice along Mexico’s Northern Border. Social Forces. Vol. 88, 2241-2266. Published, 12/2010.
  • Collins, TW, Grineski, SE & Romo Aguilar, L (2009). Vulnerability to environmental hazards in the Ciudad Juárez (Mexico)-El Paso (USA) metropolis: A model for spatial risk assessment in transnational contexts. Applied Geography. Vol. 29, 448-461. Published, 12/2009.
  • Grineski, SE (2009). Marginalization & Health: Children’s asthma on the Texas-Mexico border. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. Vol. 29, 287-304. Published, 12/2009.
  • Grineski, SE (2009). Parental Accounts of Children’s Asthma Care: The roles of cultural, social, and economic capitals in health disparities. Sociological Focus. Vol. 42, 107-143. Published, 12/2009.
  • Grineski, SE (2009). Predicting Children’s Asthma Hospitalizations: Rural and Urban Differences in Texas. Rural Sociology. Vol. 74, 201-219. Published, 12/2009.
  • Grineski, SE (2009). Human-Environment Interactions & Environmental Justice: How do diverse parents of asthmatic children minimize hazards? . Society and Natural Resources. Vol. 22, 727-743. Published, 12/2009.
  • Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2008). Exploring Environmental Injustice in the Global South: Maquiladoras in Ciudad Juárez. Population and Environment. Vol. 29, 247-270. Published, 12/2008.
  • Grineski, SE (2008). Coping with asthma in the central city: Parental experiences with children’s health care. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. Vol. 19, 227-236. Published, 12/2008.
  • Collins, TW, Grineski, SE & Flores, M (2008). Environmental Injustice in the Paso Del Norte. Projections. Vol. 8, 156-171. Published, 12/2008.
  • Grineski, SE (2008). Childhood Asthma, Public Housing, and Environmental Control: Differences between families renting with Section 8 vouchers and those living in the “Projects”. Journal of Poverty. Vol. 12, 432-455. Published, 12/2008.
  • Grineski, SE, Bolin, B & Boone, CG (2007). Criteria Pollution and Marginal Populations: Environmental Inequity in Metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Social Science Quarterly. Vol. 88, 535-554. Published, 12/2007.
  • Grineski, SE (2007). Incorporating Health Outcomes into Environmental Justice Research: The case of children's asthma and air pollution in Phoenix, Arizona. Environmental Hazards. Vol. 7, 360-371. Published, 12/2007.
  • Collins, TW & Grineski, SE (2007). Unequal Impacts of Downtown Redevelopment in Phoenix, AZ. Journal of Poverty. Vol. 11, 23-54. Published, 12/2007.
  • Grineski, SE (2007). Characterizing Asthma on the Texas-Mexico Border. Journal of Asthma. Vol. 44, 783-787. Published, 12/2007.
  • Grineski, SE, Bolin, B & Agadjanian, V (2006). Tuberculosis and Urban Growth: Class, Race and Disease in early Phoenix, Arizona. Health and Place. Vol. 12, 603-616. Published, 12/2006.
  • Grineski, SE (2006). Local Struggles for Environmental Justice: Activating Knowledge for Change. Journal of Poverty. Vol. 10, 25-49. Published, 12/2006.
  • Bolin, B, Grineski, SE & Collins, TW (2005). Geography of Despair: Environmental Racism and the Making of South Phoenix, USA. Human Ecology Review. Vol. 12, 155-167. Published, 12/2005.

Research Keywords

  • Undergraduate Research (UROP)
  • Spatial Analysis
  • Race, Ethnicity, and Immigrants
  • Mentoring
  • Health Disparities
  • Environmental Justice
  • Children's Health
  • Air Pollution

Presentations

  • Morales, DX, Grineski, SE, Collins, TW. 2018. Effects of gender concordance in mentoring relationships on summer research experience outcomes for undergraduate students. Presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of American Sociological Association (ASA), Philadelphia, PA. Submitted to the American Sociological Association annual meeting, Philadelphia, PA. August 2018. Conference Paper, Presented, 08/20/2018.
  • Grineski, SE. Air Neurotoxicant Exposures: Health Effects and Environmental Justice. Invited Grand Rounds Speaker. Boise Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Boise, Idaho. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/02/2018.
  • Grineski, SE. Air Pollution in El Paso and its Impact on Children's School Performance. Joint Advisory Committee for the Improvement of Air Quality in the Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua / El Paso, Texas / Doña Ana County, New México Air Basin (http://www.cccjac.org/). Cd. Juarez, Mexico.. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 01/18/2018.
  • 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. Conference Paper, 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, Montreal, Canada, August 2017. Conference Paper, 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. June, Baltimore, MD. 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. Conference Paper, Presented, 04/20/2017.
  • Echegoyen, LE, Aley, S, Boland, 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. March, San Antonio, TX. Conference Paper, Presented, 03/15/2017.
  • Echegoyen, LE, Corral, G., Aley, S., Collins, TA, Grineski, SE. BUILDing SCHOLARS: undergraduate student interventions to prepare the next generation of biomedical researchers. Understanding Interventions Conference, San Antonio, TX. Poster, Presented, 03/15/2017.

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • Leukodystrophy Disease Burden and Diagnosis. National Institutes of Health National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences. PI: Willard Dere. Co-PI(s): Bonkowsky, J; Grineski, SE; Collins TW. National Institutes of Health National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, 08/01/2018 - 02/28/2019. Total project budget to date: $263,311.00

Languages

  • Spanish, functional.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Costa Rica
  • Mexico