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Mary Clare Lennon
Position: Professor
Phone: 212-817-8779
Degrees/Diplomas: PhD, Sociology, Columbia University
Research Interests: Childhood Poverty, Child Well-being, Homelessness, Neighborhood Effects

Primary teaching areas


Health Disparities; Quantitative Methods


Book Titles & Chapters


Borgman-Arboleda, A., Kulick, R., Anderson-Hamilton, A., and Lennon, M.C. 2012. Tobacco policy change evaluation. Final report to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
 
McAllister W., Kuang, L., and Lennon, M.C. 2010. Typologizing temporality: time-aggregated and time-patterned approaches to conceptualizing homelessness." CPRC Working Paper No. 10-02.
 
McAllister W., Kuang, L., and Lennon, M.C. 2010. Re-thinking research on typologizing homelessness. Columbia Population Research Center, Working Paper No. 10-01.
 
Lennon, M.C., McAllister, W, Kuang, L and Herman D. 2005. Temporality and intervention effects: Latent trajectory analysis of a homeless mental health program. ISERP Working Paper 05-02, N.Y.: Columbia University.

Wagmiller, R., Lennon, M.C., Alberti, P. and Aber, J.L. 2004.  Measuring economic disadvantage during childhood: A group-based modelling approach.  ISERP Working Paper 04-03, N.Y.: Columbia University.
 
Lawrence, S., Chau, M. and Lennon, M.C. 2004. Depression, substance abuse, and domestic violence: Little is known about co-occurrence and combined effects on low-income families. N.Y.: National Center for Children in Poverty
 
Lu, HH, Palmer, J., Song, Y., Lennon, M.C. and Aber, J.L. 2003.  Living at the edge: America’s low-income children and families.  ISERP Working Paper 03-04, N.Y.: Columbia University.
 
Lennon, M.C., Appelbaum, L., and Aber, J.L. 2003. Circumstances dictate public views of government assistance. N.Y.: National Center for Children in Poverty.
 
Appelbaum, L., Lennon, M.C., and Aber, J.L 2003. How belief in a just world influences views of public policy. N.Y.: National Center for Children in Poverty
 
Elmelech Y., McCaskie, K, Lennon, M.C., Lu, H.H.  2002.  Children of immigrants: a statistical profile.  N.Y.: National Center for Children in Poverty
 
Lennon, M.C., Blome, J. and English K. 2001. Depression and low-income women:  Challenges for TANF and welfare-to-work policies and programs.  N.Y.: National Center for Children in Poverty.
 
Blum, B.B., Farnsworth, J, Lennon, M.C., and Winn, E. 2000. Welfare research perspectives: past, present, and future: 2000 Edition.  N.Y.: National Center for Children in Poverty.
 
Winn, E. and Lennon, M.C. 2000. The role of administrative data and national datasets in understanding welfare reform. the forum Vol. 3, No. 1.  N.Y.: National Center for Children in Poverty.

Selected Publications

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Education


  • MS, Biostatistics, Columbia School of Public Health
  • PhD, Sociology, Columbia University