Mary Clare Lennon
Degrees/Diplomas: PhD, Sociology, Columbia University
Campus Affiliation: CUNY Graduate Center
Research Interests: Childhood Poverty, Child Well-being, Homelessness, Neighborhood Effects
Primary teaching areas
Health Disparities; Quantitative Methods
McAllister, W., Lennon, M.C., Kuang, L. 2011. Rethinking research on forming typologies of homelessness. American Journal of Public Health. 101: 596-601
McAllister, W., Kuang, L. and Lennon, M.C. 2010. Typologizing temporality: Time-aggregated and time-patterned approaches to conceptualizing homelessness. Social Service Review 84(2): 225-255.
Lennon, M. C.and Limonic, L.2010. Work and unemployment as stressors. Pp 213-225 in A Handbook for the Study of Mental Health, 2nd edition (T.L. Scheid and T.N. Brown, eds.), N.Y.: Cambridge University Press.
McAllister, W., Lennon, M.C., and Celimli, I. 2008. Prevention Strategies and Public Health: Homeless Prevention, Pp. 127-159 in The Contested Boundaries of American Public Health (J. Colgrove, D. Rosner, and J. Markowitz, eds) New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Wagmiller, R., Lennon, M.C., and Kuang, L. 2008. Changes in parental health and children’s economic well-being, Journal of Health and Social Behavior 49(1): 37-55.
Gershoff, E.T., Raver C.C. Aber, J.L., and Lennon, M.C. 2007. Income is not enough: Incorporating material hardship into models of income associations with parent mediators and child outcomes. Child Development,78(1): 70-95.
MS, Biostatistics, Columbia School of Public Health
PhD, Sociology, Columbia University