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Sara S. McLanahan

DATE: December 2009

MAILING ADDRESS: Office of Population Research 265 Wallace Hall Princeton University Princeton, NJ 08544 TELEPHONE: (609) 258-4875 (office) (609) 258-5804 (fax) [email protected] William S. Tod Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs Ph.D., Sociology, University of Texas at Austin, 1979 Thesis: "Participation, Accountability and Discretion: Issues in Health Policy Implementation" M.A., Sociology, University of Texas at Austin, 1976 Thesis: "Health Reform Implementation: Patterns of Failure" B.A., Sociology, University of Houston, 1974

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POSITIONS HELD: 1996-Present 1990-Present 1989-1992 1986-1989 1981-1986 1979-1981 Director, Center for Research on Child Wellbeing, Princeton University Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University Professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin NIMH Postdoctoral Fellowship, Department of Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin

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SPECIAL AWARDS OR HONORARY POSITIONS: Fellow, New York Academy of Medicine, 2009_ Board of Trustees. Russell Sage Foundation, 2009 Reuben Hill Award for Best Paper on Theory and Methods, "Family Structure and Maternal Health Trajectories." 2009. National Council on Family Relations. Advisory Group. Russell Sage Foundation. Project on Social Inequality and Educational Disadvantage. 2008-2009 Advisory Group. Pew Charitable Trust. Project on Economic Mobility. 2006National Advisory Committee. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholars. 2005Fellow. American Academy of Political and Social Science. 2005. Distinguished Scholar Award. American Sociological Association Family Section. 2004. Board of Trustees. W.T. Grant Foundation, 2004 President. Population Association of America, 2004. Editor-in-Chief. Future of Children, 2004Board. National Poverty Center, 2003Selection Committee. W.T. Grant Young Scholars Award, 2001-2009 MacArthur Foundation Research Network on the Family and the Economy," 1998-2006. Fellow. Program in Inequality and Social Policy, Harvard University, 1998. Pro Humanitate Literary Award for "Parenting and Child Development in `Nontraditional' Families." From the North American Resource Center for Child Welfare, May 2002. Visitor. Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, 2001-2002. Advisory Board. Urban Health Initiative, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1999-2002. Roundtable on Children, Brookings Institution, 1999-2002.

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Task Force on National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, 1999-2002. Advisory Committee. Institute for Research on Poverty, 1996-2002. Sociological Research Association, 1995Population Section Council, American Sociological Association, 1998 -2001. Public Understanding of Sociology Award Committee, American Sociological Association, 19992001. Board of Children Youth and Families, National Academy of Sciences, 1996-2001. Vice President. Population Association of America, 1999-2000. Technical Review Committee, National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, 1997-2000. Advisory Board of Family Impact Seminar, 1995 -1999. Visiting Researcher. Center for the Study of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics, 1998. Board of Overseers. Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1986-1990, 1994-1997. Duncan Distinguished Book Award for Growing Up With a Single Parent, Population Section of American Sociological Association, 1996. Nominating Committee (Chair). Population Association of America, 1996. Chair. Social Science and Population Study Section, NIH, 1994-1996. Council of American Sociological Association, 1993-1996. Social Science and Population Study Section, NIH, 1992-1996. Goode Distinguished Book Award for Growing Up With a Single Parent, Family Section of American Sociological Association, 1995. Finalist for Best Book of Current Interest, Growing Up With a Single Parent, Los Angeles Times, 1995. Committee on Consequences of Unintended Pregnancy, Institute of Medicine, 1993-1994. Board of Directors, Population Association of America, 1992-1994. Family Section Council, American Sociological Association, 1988 -1991. Romnes Faculty Fellowship. Graduate School, University of Wisconsin, l989.

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Committee on Committees. American Sociological Association, 1989 -1990. Reuben Hill Award for Best Paper on Theory and Methods, "Intergenerational Consequences of Family Disruption." National Council on Family Relations, 1988. Visiting Fellow. Russell Sage Foundation, 1988 -1989. Reuben Hill Award for Best Paper on Theory and Methods, "Married Women's Economic Dependency: 1950-1980." National Council on Family Relations, 1987. University Fellow. University of Texas at Austin, 1977 -1978. Hogg Foundation. Fellow in Mental Health and Program Evaluation, University of Texas at Austin, 1977-1978.

BOOKS, EDITED BOOKS AND SPECIAL ISSUES: 2006 Sawhill, Isabel and Sara McLanahan (eds.). Opportunity in America, The Future of Children. 16(2). Washington, DC: Brookings Press. McLanahan, Sara, Donahue, Elisabeth, and Ron Haskins (eds.). Marriage and Child Wellbeing, The Future of Children. 15(2). Washington DC: Brookings Press. Rouse, Cecilia, Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne, and Sara McLanahan (eds.). School Readiness: Closing Racial and Ethnic Gaps, The Future of Children. 15(1). Washington DC. Brookings Press. Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, Marta Tienda, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn (eds.). Fragile Families and Welfare Reform," Children and Youth Services Review. 23(4/5). Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, Daniel Meyer and Judith Seltzer (eds.). Fathers Under Fire: The Revolution in Child Support Enforcement. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Garfinkel, Irwin, Jennifer Hochschild, and Sara McLanahan (eds.). Social Policies for Children. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution. McLanahan, Sara, and Gary Sandefur. Growing Up With a Single Parent. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, and Philip Robins (eds.). Child Support and Child Wellbeing. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute Press. Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, and Philip Robins (eds.). Child Support Assurance: Design Issues, Expected Impacts, and P olitical Barriers, as Seen from Wisconsin.

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Washington, DC: The Urban Institute Press. 1986 Garfinkel, Irwin, and Sara McLanahan. Single Mothers and Their Children: A New American Dilemma. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute Press.

RESEARCH ARTICLES PUBLISHED OR IN PRESS: Forthcoming Beck, Audrey, Carey Cooper, Sara McLanahan, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. "Relationship Transitions and Maternal Parenting." Journal of Marriage and Family. Carlson, Marcia and Sara McLanahan. "Fathers in Fragile Families." In Lamb (ed.). The Role of the Father in Child Development, fifth Edition. New York: Wiley and Sons. McLanahan, Sara. Children in Fragile Families. In Marcia Carlson and Paula England (eds.) Changing Families in an Unequal Society. Knab, Jean, Irv Garfinkel, Sara Mclanahan, Emily Moiduddi n, and Cynthia Osborne. "The Effects of Welfare and Child Support Policies on the Incidence of Marriage Following a Nonmarital Birth" In James P. Ziliak (ed.). Welfare Reform and its Long Term Consequences for America's Poor. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2009 Cooper, Carey, Sara McLanahan, Sarah Meadows, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. "Family Structure, Transitions, and Maternal Stress." Journal of Marriage and Family. 71(3): 558-574 McLanahan, Sara. "Fragile Families and the Reproduction of Poverty." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 621: 111-131. 2008 McLanahan, Sara and Christine Percheski. "Family Structure and the Reproduction of Inequalities. Annual Review of Sociology. 34: 257-276. Carlson, Marcia, Sara S. McLanahan, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. "Coparenting and Nonresident Fathers' Involvement with Young Children After a Nonmarital Birth." Demography. 45(2): 461-488. Kimbro, Rachel Tolbert, Scott M. Lynch, and Sara McLanahan. "The Acculturation Hypothesis and the Hispanic Paradox: Breastfeeding in the Fragile Families Sample." Population Research and Policy Review. 27(2): 183-199. Meadows, Sarah O., Sara S. McLanahan, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. "Family Structure and Maternal Health Trajectories." American Sociological Review. 73(2): 314-334. (Reuben Hill Award for outstanding paper, 2009, National Council on Family Relations.)

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Knab, Jean Tansey, Garfinkel, Irwin, and McLanahan, Sara. "The Effects of Welfare and Child Support Policies on Maternal Health and Wellbeing." Pp. 281-305 in House, Schoeni, Pollack, Kaplan (eds.) Making Americans Healthier: Social and Economic Policy as Health Policy. New York: Russell Sage. 2007 Meadows, Sarah O., Sara McLanahan, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. "Parental Depression and Anxiety and Early Childhood Behavior Problems Across Family Types." Journal of Marriage and Family. 69(5): 1162-1177. McLanahan, Sara, Paul Amato, and Frank Furstenberg. "Should Government Promote Marriage?" Journal of American Public Policy and Management. 26(4): 951-964. Osborne, Cynthia and Sara S. McLanahan. "Partnership Instability and Child Wellbeing." Journal of Marriage and Family. 69(4): 1065-1083. Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne, Cecilia Rouse and Sara McLanahan. "School Readiness: Closing Racial and Ethnic Gaps." Pp. 283-306 in Pianta, Cox, and Snow (eds.) The Transition to Kindergarten. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing. McLanahan, Sara. "Single Mothers, Fragile Families." Pp. 77-87 in Edwards, Crain, and Kalleberg (eds). Ending Poverty in America: How to Restore the American Dream. New York, NY: The New Press. Lundberg, Shelly, Sara McLanahan, and Elaina Rose. "Child Gender and Father Involvement in Fragile Families." Demography. 44(1): 79-92. Kimbro, Rachel Tolbert, Sara McLanahan, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. "Racial and Ethnic Differentials in Overweight and Obesity Among 3-Year-Old Children." American Journal of Public Health. 97(2): 298-305. Lin, I-Fen and Sara McLanahan. "Parental Beliefs about Nonresident Fathers' Obligations and Rights." Journal of Marriage and Family. 69: 382-398. Plotnick, Robert, Inhoe Ku, Irwin Garfinkel, and Sara McLanahan. "The Impact of Child Suppo rt Enforcement Policy on Nonmarital Childbearing." The Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 26(1): 79-98. 2006 Aizer, Anna and Sara McLanahan. "The Impact of Child Support Enforcement on Fertility, Parental Investments, and Child Well-Being." Journal of Human Resources. 41(1): 28-45. Carlson, Marcia J. and Sara S. McLanahan. "Strengthening Unmarried Families: Could Enhancing Couple Relationships Also Improve Parenting?" Social Service Review. 80(2): 297-321.

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DeKlyen, Michelle, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Jean Knab, and Sara McLanahan. "The Mental Health of Married, Cohabiting, and Non-Coresident Parents With infants." American Journal of Public Health. 96(10): 1836-1841. Kenney, Catherine and Sara McLanahan. "Why are Cohabiting Relationships more Violent than Marriages?" Demography. 43(1): 127-140. Knab, Jean Tansey and Sara McLanahan. "Measuring Cohabitation: Does When, Who, and How You Ask Matter?" Pp. 19-33 in Handbook of Measurement Issues in Family Research. Hofferth and Casper (eds.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. McLanahan, Sara. "Fragile Families and the Marriage Agenda." In Fragile Families and the Marriage Agenda, Kowaleski-Jones, Lori. and Nicholas Wolfinger. (eds). New York: Springer Science and Business Media, Inc. 2005 Jagannathan, Radha, Michael J. Camasso, and Sara S. McLanahan. "Welfare Reform and Child Fostering: Pinpointing Affected Child Populations." Social Science Quarterly. 86(S1): 1080-1103. Gibson-Davis, Christina, Kathryn Edin, and Sara McLanahan. "High Hopes, but Even Higher Expectations: The Retreat from Marriage Among Low-Income Couples." Journal of Marriage and Family. 67(5): 1301-1312. Harknett, Kristen, Irwin Garfinkel, Jay Bainbridge, and Sara McLanahan. "Are Public Expenditures Associated with Better Child Outcomes in the U.S.? A Comparison Across 50 States." Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. 5(1): 103-125. Waller, Maureen and Sara McLanahan. " `His' and `Her' Marriage Expectations: Determinants and Consequences." Journal of Marriage and Family. 67: 53-67. 2004 Carlson, Marcia J. and Sara S. McLanahan. "Early Father Involvement in Fragile Families." Pp. 241-271 in Conceptualizing and Measuring Father Involvement. Day, R. and M. Lamb (eds). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Harknett, Kristen and Sara McLanahan. "Racial and Ethnic Differences in Marriage after the Birth of a Child." American Sociological Review. 69(6): 790-811. Carlson, Marcia, Irwin Garfinkel, Sara McLanahan, Ronald Mincy, and Wendell Primus. "The Effects of Welfare and Child Support Policies on Union Formation." Population Research and Policy Review. 23(5-6): 513-542. McLanahan, Sara. "Diverging Destinies: How Children Are Faring Under the Second Demographic Transition." Demography. 41(4): 607-627. Harper, Cynthia and Sara McLanahan. "Father Absence and Youth Incarceration." Journal of Research on Adolescence. 14(3): 369-397.

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Carlson, Marcia, Sara McLanahan, and Paula England. "Union formation in Fragile Families." Demography. 41(2): 237-261. Sigle-Rushton, Wendy and Sara McLanahan. "Father Absence and Child Wellbeing: A Critical Review." Pp.116-155 in The Future of the Family, D. Moynihan, L. Rainwater, and T. Smeeding (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation. McLanahan, Sara and Marcia Carlson. "Fathers in Fragile Families." Pp. 368-396 in The Role of the Father in Child Development, fourth edition. Lamb (ed.). New York: Wiley and Sons. Western, Bruce, Leonard M. Lopoo, and Sara McLanahan. "Incarceration and the Bonds Among Parents in Fragile Families." Pp. 21-45 in Imprisoning America: the Social Effects of Mass Incarceration. M. Patillo, D. Weiman, and B. Western (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Plotnick, Robert, Irwin Garfinkel, Sara McLanahan, and Inhoe Ku, "Better Child Support Enforcement: Can It Reduce Teenage Premarital Childbearing?" Journal of Family Issues. 25(5): 634-657. 2003 Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, and Judith Wallerstein. "Visitation and Child Suppo rt Guidelines: A Comment on Fabricius and Braver." Family Court Review. 41(10): 1-8. McLanahan, Sara and Marcia Carlson. "Fathers in Fragile Families." Pp. 368-396 in The Role of the Father in Child Development Fourth Edition. M. Lamb (ed.). New York: Wiley. Pettit, Becky and Sara McLanahan. "Residential Mobility and Children's Social Capital: Evidence from an Experiment." Social Science Quarterly. 84(3): 632-649. Fuligni, Allison, Lisa McCabe, Sara McLanahan, and Jodie Roth. "Four New National Longitudinal Surveys on Children." Pp. 326-359 in Early Childhood Development in The 21st Century. J. Brooks-Gunn, A. Fuligni, and L. Berlin (eds.). New York: TC Press. Case, Anne, I-Fen Lin, and Sara McLanahan. "Explaining Trends in Child Support: Economic, Demographic, and Policy Effects." Demography. 40(1): 171-189. Garfinkel, Irwin and Sara McLanahan. "Strengthening Fragile Families." Pp. 76-92 in One Percent for the Kids: New Policies, Brighter Futures for America's Children. Sawhill, I. (ed.). Washington DC: Brookings Institution. Curran, Sara R., Sara S. McLanahan, and Jean T. Knab. "Does Remarriage Expand

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Perceptions of Kinship Support Among the Elderly?" Social Science Research. 32(2): 171-190. Garfinkel, Irwin, Chien-Chung Huang, Sara McLanahan, and Daniel Gaylin. "The Roles of Child Support Enforcement and Welfare in Non-Marital Childbearing." Journal of Population Economics. 16(1): 55-70. 2002 Sigle-Rushton, Wendy and Sara McLanahan. "For Richer or Poorer? Marriage as an Anti-Poverty Strategy in the United States" Population. 57(3): 509-528. Garfinkel, Irwin, Dana Glei, and Sara McLanahan. "Assortative Mating Among Unmarried Parents: Implications for Child Support Enforcement." Journal of Population Economics. 15(3): 417-432. Sigle-Rushton, Wendy and Sara McLanahan. "The Living Arrangements of New Unmarried Mothers." Demography. 39(3): 415-433. Gager, Connie, Sara McLanahan, and Dana Glei. "Preparing for Parenting: Who's Ready, Who's Not?" Pp. 50-80 in Child Rearing in America: Challenges Facing Parents with Young Children. N. Halfon, K. Taaffe McLearn, and D. Schuster (eds.) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. Garfinkel, Irwin and Sara McLanahan. "Unwed Parents: Myths, Realities, and Policymaking." Focus. 22(1): 93-97. Carlson, Marcia and Sara McLanahan. "Fragile Families, Father Involvement and Public Policy." Pp. 461-488 in Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. C. Tamis-LeMonda and N. Cabrera (eds.). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne and Sara McLanahan. "Father Involvement: Social Policy and Intervention." Pp. 455-459 in Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. C. Tamis-LeMonda and N. Cabrera (eds.). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. McLanahan, Sara. "Life Without Father: What Happens to Children?" Contexts. 1(1): 35-44. McLanahan, Sara and Marcia Carlson. "Welfare Reform, Fertility, and Father Involvement." The Future of Children. 12(1): 147-165. 2001 McLanahan, Sara, Irwin Garfinkel, and Ronald Mincy. "Fragile Families, Welfare Reform, and Marriage." Pp. 152-159 in Welfare Reform and Beyond: The Future of the Safety Net. R. Haskins, I. Sawhill, K. Weaver, and A. Kane (eds.). Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution.

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Carlson, Marcy and Sara McLanahan. "Poverty and Gender in Affluent Nations." Pp. 11894-11900 in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. N. Smelser and P. Baltes (eds.). Oxford, United Kingdom: Elsevier Science. Case, Anne, I-Fen Lin, and Sara McLanahan. "Educational Attainment of Siblings in Step Families." Evolution and Human Behavior. 22(4): 269-289. Thomson, Elizabeth, Jane Mosley, Thomas Hanson, and Sara McLanahan. "Remarriage, Cohabitation, and Changes in Mothering Behavior." Journal of Marriage and The Family. 63: 370-380. McLanahan, Sara, Irwin Garfinkel, Nancy Reichman, and Julien Teitler. "Unwed Parents or Fragile Families?" Pp. 202-228 in Out of Wedlock: Trends, Causes, and Consequences of Nonmarital Fertility. Wu, L., and B. Wolfe (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, Marta Tienda, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. "Fragile Families and Welfare Reform: An Introduction." Children and Youth Services Review. 23(4/5): 277-301. Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, Marta Tienda, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. "Fragile Families and Welfare Reform Part II." Children and Youth Services Review. 23(6/7): 453-456. Harknett, Kristen, Laura Hardman, Irwin Garfinkel, and Sara McLanahan. "The Fragile Families Study: Social Policies and Labor Markets in Seven Cities." Children and Youth Services Review. 23(6/7): 537-555. Lin, I-Fen and Sara McLanahan. "Norms about Nonresident Fathers' Obligations and Rights." Children and Youth Services Review. 23(6/7): 485-512. Reichman, Nancy, Irwin Garfinkel, Sara McLanahan, and Julien Teitler. "Fragile Families: Sample and Design." Children and Youth Services Review. 23(4/5): 303-326. Reichman, Nancy and Sara McLanahan. "Self-Sufficiency Programs and Parent Interventions: Lessons From New Chance and The Teenage Parent Demonstration." Social Policy Report. 15(2): 3-13. Christopher, Karen, Paula England, Katherine Ross, Tim Smeeding, and Sara McLanahan. "Gender Inequality in Poverty in Affluent Nations: The Role of Single Motherhood and the State." Pp. 199-219 in Child Wellbeing, Child Poverty and Child Policy in Modern Nations. Vleminckx and Smeeding (eds.). Bristol: The Policy Press. Western, Bruce and Sara McLanahan. "Fathers Behind Bars: The Impact of

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Incarceration on Family Formation." Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research. 2: 309-324. 2000 Case, Anne, I-Fen Lin, and Sara S. McLanahan. "How Hungry is the Selfish Gene?" Economic Journal. 110(466): 781-804. McLanahan, Sara. "Family, State and Child Wellbeing." Annual Review of Sociology. 26: 703-706. 1999 Case, Anne, I-Fen Lin, and Sara McLanahan. "Household Resource Allocation in Stepfamilies: Darwin Reflects on the Plight of Cinderella." American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings. 89(2): 234-238. Zhao, Hongxin, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Sara McLanahan, and Burton Singer. "Studying the Real Child Rather than the Ideal Child: Bringing the Person into Developmental Studies." Pp. 393-419 in Developmental Science and the Holistic Approach. Bergman and Cairns (eds.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. McLanahan, Sara and Erin Kelly. "The Feminization of Poverty: Past and Future." Pp. 127-145 in Handbook of the Sociology of Gender. J. Chafetz (ed.). New York: Plenum Publishing Corp. McLanahan, Sara. "Father Absence and the Welfare of Children." Pp. 117-145 in Coping with Divorce, Single Parenting, and Remarriage: A Risk and Resiliency Perspective. M. Hetherington (ed.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1998 Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, Daniel Meyer, and Judith Seltzer. "Introduction" and "Conclusion." Pp. 1-13 & 331-343 in Fathers Under Fire: The Revolution in Child Support Enforcement. I. Garfinkel, S. McLanahan, D. Meyer and J. Seltzer (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Garfinkel, Irwin, Daniel Meyer, and Sara McLanahan. "A Brief History of Child Support Policies in the U.S." Pp.14-30 in Fathers Under Fire: The Revolution in Child Support Enforcement. I. Garfinkel, S. McLanahan, D.Meyer, and J. Seltzer (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, and Thomas Hanson. "A Patchwork Portrait of Nonresident Fathers." Pp. 31-59 in Fathers Under Fire: The Revolution in Child Support Enforcement. I. Garfinkel, S. McLanahan, D. Meyer, and J. Seltzer (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Seltzer, Judith, Sara McLanahan, and Thomas Hanson. "Will Child Support Enforcement Increase Father-Child Contact and Parental Conflict After Separation?" Pp. 157-189 in Fathers Under Fire: The Revolution in Child Support Enforcement. I. Garfinkel, S. McLanahan, D. Meyer, and J. Seltzer (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

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Garfinkel, Irwin, Cynthia Miller, Sara McLanahan, and Thomas Hanson. "Deadbeat Dads or Inept States? A Comparison of Child Support Enforcement Systems." Evaluation Review. 22(6): 715-750. McLanahan, Sara and Julien Teitler. "The Consequences of Father Absence." Pp. 83101 in Parenting and Child Development in Nontraditional Families. M. Lamb (ed.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Hanson, Thomas L., Sara S. McLanahan, and Elizabeth Thomson. "Windows on Divorce: Before and After." Social Science Research. 27(3): 329-349. McLanahan, Sara. "Growing up Without a Father." Pp. 85-107 in Lost Fathers: The Politics of Fatherlessness in America. C., Daniels (ed.). New York: St Martin's Press. 1997 Miller, Cynthia, Irwin Garfinkel, and Sara McLanahan. "Child Support in the U.S.: Can Fathers Afford to Pay More?" Review of Income and Wealth. 43(3): 261-281. McLanahan, Sara. Book review, "When Work Disappears." Contemporary Sociology. 26(4): 421-22. McLanahan, Sara. "Parent Absence or Poverty: Which Matters More?" Pp. 35-48 in Consequences of Growing Up Poor. G. Duncan and J. Brooks-Gunn (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Hanson, Thomas, Sara McLanahan, and Elizabeth Thomson. "Economic Resources, Parental Practices, and Child Well-Being." Pp. 190-238 in Consequences of Growing Up Poor. G. Duncan and J. Brooks-Gunn (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation. 1996 Hanson, Thomas, Irwin Garfinkel, Sara McLanahan, and Cynthia Miller. "Trends in Child Support Outcomes." Demography. 33(4): 483-496. Foster, Michael and Sara McLanahan. "An Illustration of the Use of Instrumental Variables: Do Neighborhood Conditions Affect a Young Person's Chance of Finishing High School?" Psychological Methods. 3(1): 249-260. Garfinkel, Irwin and Sara McLanahan. "Children in Single-Mother Families, Economic Insecurity, and Government Policy." ("Les Enfants des Mères Seules: Précarité Économique et Politiques Sociales.") Cahiers Québéçois de Démographie. 23(2): 179206. Hanson, Thomas, Sara McLanahan, and Elizabeth Thomson. "Double Jeopardy: Parental Conflict and Stepfamily Outcomes for Children." Journal of Marriage and the Family, 58(1): 141-154. 1995 McLanahan, Sara. "Poverty." Pp.549-556 in Encyclopedia of Marriage and the Family.

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Levinson (ed.). New York: Macmillan. Garfinkel, Irwin and Sara McLanahan. "The Effects of Child Support Reform on Child Wellbeing." Pp. 211-239 in Escape From Poverty: What Makes a Difference for Children? L. Chase-Landsdale and J. Brooks-Gunn (eds.). New York: Cambridge University Press. McLanahan, Sara, Lynne Casper, and Annemette Sorensen. "Women's Roles and Women's Poverty in Eight Industrialized Countries." Pp. 258-278 in Gender and Family Change in Industrialized Countries. K. Mason and A.Jensen (eds.). Oxford: IUSSP/Oxford University Press. Garfinkel, Irwin and Sara McLanahan. "Single Mother Families and Social Policy: Lessons for the U.S. from Canada, France and Sweden." Pp. 367-383 in Poverty, Inequality and the Future of Social Policy. Lawson, K. McFate, and W. Wilson (eds.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

McLanahan, Sara, and Lynne Casper. "Growing Diversity and Inequality in the American Family." Pp. 1-45 in State of the Union. R. Farley (ed.). New York: Russell Sage Foundation. 1994 Astone, Nan and Sara McLanahan. "Family Structure, Residential Mobility and School Dropout: A Research Note." Demography. 31(4): 575-584. Casper, Lynne, Sara McLanahan, and Irwin Garfinkel. "The Gender Poverty Gap: What Can We Learn From Other Countries?" American Sociological Review. 59: 595-604. Garfinkel, Irwin, and Sara McLanahan. "Single Mother Families, Economic Insecurity, and Government Policy." Pp. 205-225 in Confronting Poverty. S. Danziger, G. Sandefur, and D. Weinberg (eds.). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, and Philip Robins. "Introduction." Pp. 1-28 in I. Garfinkel, S. McLanahan, and P. Robins (eds.), Child Support and Child Well-Being. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute Press. Gottschalk, Peter, Sara McLanahan, and Gary Sandefur. "The Dynamics and Intergenerational Transmission of Poverty and Welfare Participation." Pp. 85-108 in Confronting Poverty. S. Danziger, G. Sandefur, and D. Weinberg (eds.). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. McLanahan, Sara. "The Consequences of Single Motherhood." American Prospect, (Summer) 18: 48-58. McLanahan, Sara, Judith Seltzer, Thomas Hanson, and Elizabeth Thomson. "Child Support Enforcement and Child Wellbeing: Greater Security or Greater Conflict?" Pp.

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239-255 in Child Support and Child Well-Being. I. Garfinkel, S. McLanahan, P. Robins (eds.). Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute Press. Thomson, Elizabeth, Thomas Hanson, and Sara McLanahan. "Family Structure and Child Wellbeing: Economic Resources vs. Parental Behaviors." Social Forces. 73(1): 221-243. 1993 Marks, Nadine and Sara McLanahan. "Gender, Family Structure and Social Support among Parents." Journal of Marriage and the Family. 55: 481-493. McLanahan, Sara and Irwin Garfinkel. "Single Motherhood in the United States: Growth, Problems and Policies." Pp. 15-29 in Single Parent Families: Perspectives on Research and Policy. Hudson and Galaway (eds.). Toronto: Thompson Educational Publishing, Inc. Wong, Irene, Irwin Garfinkel, and Sara McLanahan. "Single Mother Families in Eight Countries: Economic Status and Social Policy." Social Services Review. 67:177-197. McLanahan, Sara and Irwin Garfinkel. "Single Mothers, the Underclass, and Social Policy." Pp. 109-121 in The Ghetto Underclass. W. Wilson (ed.). London: Sage Publications. 1992 Manski, Charles, Gary Sandefur, Sara McLanahan, and Daniel Powers. "Alternative Estimates of the Effects of Family Structure During Adolescence on High School Graduation." Journal of the American Statistical Association. 87(417): 25-37. McLanahan, Sara. "Intergenerational Consequences of Divorce: The United States Perspective." Pp. 263-282 in Calculating the Costs: The Economic Consequences of Divorce in International Perspective. M. MacLean and L. Weitzman (eds.). London: Oxford University Press. McLanahan, Sara, Renee Monson, and Patricia Brown. "Paternity Establishment for AFDC Mothers: A Look at Three Wisconsin Counties." Pp. 137-156 in Child Support Assurance: Lessons From Wisconsin. I. Garfinkel, S. McLanahan, and P. Robins (eds.). Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute Press. Sandefur, Gary, Sara McLanahan, and Roger Wojtkiewicz. "The Effects of Parental Marital Status During Adolescence on High School Graduation." Social Forces. 71(1): 103-122. Thomson, Elizabeth, Sara McLanahan, and Roberta Braun-Curtin. "Family Structure, Gender, and Parental Socialization." Journal of Marriage and Family. 54: 25-37. 1991 Astone, Nan Marie and Sara McLanahan. "Family Structure, Parental Practices, and High School Completion." American Sociological Review. 56: 309-320.

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Gordon, Linda, and Sara McLanahan. "Single Parenthood in 1900." Journal of Family History. 16(2): 97-116. McLanahan, Sara. "The Two Faces of Divorce: Women's and Children's Interests." Pp. 193-207 in Macro-Micro Linkages in Sociology. J. Huber (ed.). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. McLanahan, Sara, Nan Marie Astone, and Nadine Marks. "The Role of Mother-only Families in Reproducing Poverty." Pp. 51-77 in Children in Poverty: Child Development and Public Policy. A. Huston (ed.). New York: Cambridge University Press. Sorensen, Annemette and Sara McLanahan. "Women's Economic Dependency and Men's Suppo rt Obligations: Economic Relations Within Households." Pp. 115-144 in Life Histories and Generations. Vol 1. Becker (ed.). Utrecht: ISOR, The University of Utrecht.

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Garfinkel, Irwin and Sara McLanahan. "The Effects of the Child Support Provisions of the Family Support Act of 1988 on Child Wellbeing." Population Research and Policy Review. 9: 205-234. McLanahan, Sara. "The Long-term Economic Effects of Family Dissolution." Pp. 5-25 in When Families Fail: The Social Costs of Family Dissolution. B. Christensen (ed.). University Press of America. Wojtkiewicz, Roger, Sara McLanahan, and Irwin Garfinkel. "The Growth of Families Headed by Women: 1950-1980." Demography. 27(1): 19-30.

1989

Bumpass, Larry and Sara McLanahan. "Unmarried Motherhood: Recent Trends, Composition, and Black-White Differences." Demography. 26(2): 279-286. Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, and Dorothy Watson. "Divorce and Child Support Payment." Pp. 101-131 in Women's Life Cycle and Income Maintenance: Problems, Policy Issues and Proposals. M. Osawa (ed.). New York: Greenwood Press. McLanahan, Sara, Annemette Sorensen, and Dorothy Watson. "Sex Differences in Poverty, 1950-1980." SIGNS. 15: 102-122. McLanahan, Sara and Julia Adams. "The Effects of Children on Adults' Psychological Well-Being: 1957-1976" Social Forces. 68(1): 124-46. McLanahan, Sara and Irwin Garfinkel. "Single Mothers, the Underclass and Social Policy." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. (January): 92-104.

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McLanahan, Sara and Karen Booth. "Mother-only Families: Problems, Prospects and Politics." Journal of Marriage and the Family. 51: 557-80. 1988 Garfinkel, Irwin, Sara McLanahan, and Patrick Wong. "Child Support and Dependency." Pp. 66-85 in Beyond Welfare: Alternative Approaches to the Problems of Poverty in America. Rogers (ed.). Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharp. McLanahan, Sara. "Family Structure and Dependency: Early Transitions to Female Household Headship." Demography. 25(1): 1-16. McLanahan, Sara and Larry Bumpass. "Intergenerational Consequences of Family Disruption." American Journal of Sociology. 94(1):130-152. (Reuben Hill Award for outstanding paper, 1988, National Council on Family Relations). McLanahan, Sara, Irwin Garfinkel, and Dorothy Watson. "Family Structure, Poverty and the Underclass." Pp.102-146 in Urban Change and Poverty. M. McGeary and Long (eds.). Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Bumpass, Larry and Sara McLanahan. "A Note on the Effect of Family Structure on School Enrollment." Pp. 195-201 in Divided Opportunities. G. Sandefur and M. Tienda (eds.). New York: Plenum. 1987 Garfinkel, Irwin and Sara McLanahan. "The Feminization of Poverty: Nature, Causes and a Partial Cure." Pp. 27-52 in Poverty and Social Welfare in the United States. D. Tomaskovic-Davey (ed.). Boulder, CO: Westview Press. McLanahan, Sara, Irwin Garfinkel, and Theodora Ooms. "Female-headed Families and Economic Policy: Expanding the Clinician's Focus." Pp. 1-17 in Clinical Issues of Single Parent Households. M. Lindblad-Goldberg (ed.). Baltimore, MD: Aspen Press. McLanahan, Sara, and Julia Adams. "Parenthood and Psychological Wellbeing." Annual Review of Sociology. 5: 237-257. Sorensen, Annemette, and Sara McLanahan. "Married Women's Economic Dependency: 1940-1980." American Journal of Sociology. (November) 93(3): 659687. (Reuben Hill Award for outstanding paper, 1987, National Council on Family Relations.) 1985 Glass, Jennifer, Sara McLanahan, and Annemette Sorensen. "The Consequences of Divorce: Effects of Sample Selection Bias." Pp. 267-281 in Life Course Dynamics: Trajectories and Transitions, 1968-1980. G. Edler, Jr. (ed.). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. McLanahan, Sara. "Family Structure and the Reproduction of Poverty." American Journal of Sociology. (January) 90(4):873-901.

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McLanahan, Sara, G. Cain, H. Olneck, I. Piliavin, Sheldon Danziger, and Peter Gottschalk. "Losing Ground: A Critique." Pp. 1-91 in IRS Special Reports Series #38. McLanahan, Sara. "Single Mothers and Psychological Distress: A Test of the Stress and Vulnerability Hypothesis." Research in Community and Mental Health Vol. 3. J. Greenley (ed.). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. McLanahan, Sara and Jennifer Glass. "A Note on the Trend in Sex Differences in Psychological Distress." Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 26(4): 328-336. 1984 McLanahan, Sara and Annemette Sorensen. "Life Events and Psychological Well-being: A Reexamination of Theoretical and Methodological Issues." Social Science Research. 13:111-128. McLanahan, Sara. "Family Structure and Stress: A Longitudinal Comparison of Male and Female-headed Families." Journal of Marriage and the Family. 45(2): 347-357.

1983

1982

Glenn, Norval and Sara McLanahan. "Children and Marital Happiness: A Further Specification of the Relationship." Journal of Marriage and the Family. 44(1): 63-72. Glenn, Norval and Sara McLanahan. "The Effects of Offspring on the Psychological Well-being of Older Adults." Journal of Marriage and the Family. 43(2): 409-421. McLanahan, Sara, Tina Adelberg, and Nancy Wedemeyer. "Network Structure, Social Support and Psychological Well-being in the Single Parent Family." Journal of Marriage and the Family. (August): 601-612. Reprinted in Framing the Family: Contemporary Portraits. Adams and Campbell (eds.). Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

1981

1980

McLanahan, Sara. "Organizational Issues in Health Policy Implementation: Participation, Discretion and Accountability." Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 16(3): 354-369. Reprinted in Bureaucracy as a Social Problem. B. Littrell, G. Sjoberg and L. Zurcker (eds.). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Essex, M., S. Estroff, S. Kane, Sara McLanahan, J. Robbins, R. Dresser, and R. Diamond. "Comment on Weinstein's Patient Attitudes toward Mental Hospitalization: A Review of Quantitative Research." Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 21(4): 393-396. McLanahan, Sara. "Health Planning in Texas." Public Affairs Comments. 26: 1-8. McLanahan, Sara. "The Implementation Game: What Happens After a Bill Becomes a Law" by Eugene Bardach. Book review in Contemporary Sociology. 8(1): 141-142.

1979

1977

Ugalde, A., and Sara McLanahan. "Politics, Programming and Implementation: Toward a Political Sociology of Health." In Planning and Health Reform. de Migual (ed.).

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Madrid, Spain: Center of Sociological Studies.

PRESENTATIONS AND PAPERS UNDER REVIEW Cooper, Carey, Cynthia Osborne, Audrey Beck, Sara McLanahan. "Partnership Instability and Child Wellbeing During the Transition to Elementary School." Paper presented at the Population Association of America. April 2008. New Orleans, LA. Beck, Audrey, Carey Cooper, Sara McLanahan, Jean Brooks-Gunn. "Relationship Transitions and Maternal Parenting." Paper presented at the Population Association of America. April 2008. New Orleans, LA.

Bzostek, Sharon, Marcia Carlson, and Sara McLanahan. "Does Mother Know Best?: A Comparison of Biological and Social Fathers After a Nonmarital Birth." CRCW Working paper Fertig, Angela, McLanahan, Sara, and Irv Garfinkel. "The Effect of Child Support enforcement on Bargaining Power Among Married and Cohabiting Parents." CRCW Working paper Watson, Tara and Sara McLanahan. "The Evolution of the Income Gradient in Marriage." Paper presented at the Population Association of America annual meeting. 2004

INVITED LECTURES: National Institutes for Health. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing." June 2009. Harvard University. "Instability and Complexity in Fragile Families." April 2009. Institute for Research on Poverty. "Family Instability and Child Outcomes: Insights from the Fragile Families Study." April 2009. Duke University. "Fragile Families and the Reproduction of Inequality." April 22, 2008. Yale University. "Fragile Families and the Reproduction of Poverty." January 31, 2008. Association of American Law Schools. Vancouver, British Columbia. Plenary Session: "Fragile Families." June 21, 2007. University of Michigan. "Fragile Families: The First FiveYears." April 2, 2007. University of Texas ­ Austin. "Fragile Families: The First Five Years." November 10, 2006.

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Oxford University. "Conference on Birth Cohort Studies." Keynote Address. October 2, 2006. European University Institute Fourth Conference of the European Network for the Sociological and Demographic Study of Divorce. Keynote Address. June 22, 2006. University of York. York, UK. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing." May 15, 2006. British Royal Society. London, England. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing." May 2006. Brigham Young University. "Fragile Families: Myths and Realities." February 9, 2006. University of California, Berkeley. "Fragile Families: Myths and Realities." February 2, 2006. Brown University, Population Studies and Training Center Colloquia Series. "The Effects of Partnership Instability on Child Wellbeing." April 2005. University of Utah, Rocco Siciliano Forum. "Fragile Families and the Marriage Agenda." October, 2003. University of Minnesota, Life Course Center Miniconference 2003. "Social Support in Fragile Families." April, 2003. University of Michigan, National Poverty Research Center. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study." March, 2003. University of California, Berkeley. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study." May, 2002. Stanford University, Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study." December, 2001. University of Washington. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study." October, 2001. University of Iowa, Ida Beam Distinguished Lecture. "Fragile Families and Welfare Reform." April, 2001. Villanova University. "Fragile Families in the 21 st Century." April, 2001. University of Massachusetts. "Fragile Families Under Welfare Reform." March, 2001. The Ohio State University. "The Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study." February, 2001. Harvard University. Wiener Inequality and Social Policy Seminar Series. March, 1999. Institute of Economic Affairs, Health and Welfare Unit, United Kingdom. May, 1998.

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University of Essex, United Kingdom. March, 1998. London School of Economics, Seminar on Population and Demography, United Kingdom. March, 1998. London School of Economics, Center for Social Exclusion, United Kingdom. March, 1998. University of Bath, United Kingdom. February, 1998. University of Virginia, The Center for Children, Families and the Law. November, 1997. University of Minnesota, Life Course Center. May, 1997. Family Research Consortium Summer Institute, Plenary Address. June, 1996. Rutgers University, Department of Sociology. April, 1996. University of North Carolina (Distinguished Lecture Series). April, 1996. University of Pennsylvania, Department of Sociology. April, 1996. The RAND Corporation. July, 1995. University of Michigan, Department of Sociology. May, 1995. University of Notre Dame (Distinguished Lecturer). January, 1995.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Meeting. The Brookings Institution. Social Inequality and Educational Disadvantage. Washington, DC. November 20, 2009. Meeting. Russell Sage Foundation Board of Trustees. New York. November 6, 2009. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Selection Committee. October 2009. New York. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Advisory Board. October 2009. New York. Meeting. Institute for Research on Poverty. September 14, 2009. Madison, WI. Conference. IUSSP Annual Conference. Marakech. September 2009. Harvard-Manchester Program in Social Change, Manchester, June, 2009.

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Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Advisory Board. June 11-12, 2009 Conference. Furstenberg Retirement. May. 2009 Meeting. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholars. San Diego, May 2009. Conference. Population Association of America. May , 2009. Conference on Inequality, Pocantico Hills. Rockefeller Brothers Fund, April 2009. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Advisory Board. New York, NY. March, 2009. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars. New York, NY. February, 2009. Meeting. National Poverty Center Board. Ann Arbor, MI. January, 2009.

Meeting. W.T.Grant Foundation Board Meeting, October 2008 Meeting. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholars. San Antonio, Tx. May 6-11, 2008. Conference. Population Association of America. April 16-19, 2008. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Advisory Board. New York, NY. March 25-26, 2008. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars. New York, NY. February 7-8, 2008. Meeting. National Poverty Center Board. Ann Arbor, MI. January 10-11, 2008. Meeting. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Selection Meeting. New York, NY. December 5, 2007. Conference. Association for Public Policy Annalysis and Management Annual Meetings. Washington, DC. November 8-11, 2007 Conference. National Council of Family Relations. Pittsburgh, PA. November 8, 2007. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Advisory Board. New York, NY. October 11, 2007. Conference. "Moynihan Report Revisited." Cambridge, MA. September 27-29, 2007. Meeting. MacArthur Network on the Family and the Economy. Half Moon Bay, CA. August 2931, 2007.

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Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars. Snow Bird Resourt, Utah. June 21-25, 2007. Conference. Explaining Family Change and Diversity. Duke University. Durham, NC. June 7-8, 2007. Meeting. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholars. Itasca, IL. May 1-3, 2007. Site Visit. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholars. Philadelphia, PA. April 11, 2007. Conference. Population Association of America. New York, NY. March 28-30, 2007. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Advisory Board. New York, NY. March 21-22, 2007. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholar Selection Committee. New York, NY. February 8-9, 2007. Meeting. Rockefeller Foundation. New York, NY. December 22, 2006. Meeting. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Advisory Committee for the Health and Society Scholarship Program. Princeton, NJ. December 5-6, 2006. Meeting. W. T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Selection Committee. New York, NY. November 17, 2006. Meeting. Pew Charitable Trust Economic Mobility Project Advisory Board. Washington, DC. November 15, 2006. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Board of Trustees. New York, NY. October 18-19, 2006. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network on the Family and the Economy. Aspen, CO. August 30- September 3, 2006. Meeting. National Poverty Center Advisory Board. Ann Arbor, MI. May 25, 2006. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network on the Family and the Economy. Chicago, IL. March 9-10, 2006. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Selection Committee. New York, NY. February 17, 2006. Meeting. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Advisory Committee for the Health and Society Scholarship Program. December 7, 2005. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Selection Committee. New York, NY.

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November 11, 2005. Conference. Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Washington, DC. November 3-5, 2005. Presentation. Friends of NICHD Congressional Tour. Bethesda, MD. September 16, 2005. Meeting. Texas Healthy Marriage Initiative. Austin, TX. September 8-9, 2005. Meeting. MacArthur Network on the Family and the Economy. Aspen, CO. September 1-3, 2005. Conference. XXV International Population Conference sponsored by The International Union for Scientific Study of Population. Organizer for session on "Family Structure and Child Wellbeing." Tours, France. July 18-23, 2005. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Board of Trustees. New York, NY. June 8-9, 2005. Meeting. National Poverty Center Advisory Board. Attendance by phone- Ann Arbor, MI. May 4, 2005. Conference. Population Association of America. Philadelphia, PA. March 31- May 2, 2005. Meeting. Board of the Population Association of America. Philadelphia, PA. March 29-30, 2005. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Selection Committee. New York, NY. February 10-11, 2005. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Board of Trustees. New York, NY. December 8-9, 2005. Meeting. Board of the Population Association of America. Washington, DC. November 19, 2004. Meeting. W. T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Selection Committee. November 12, 2004. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network. Chicago, IL. November 5-6, 2004. Conference. Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. Atlanta, GA. October 2830, 2004. Conference. First Draft Working Session for "Marriage and Child Wellbeing." Future of Children. Princeton NJ: October 15-16, 2004. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network. San Francisco, CA. August 18-20, 2004.

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Conference. American Sociological Association. San Francisco, CA. August 15-17, 2004. Conference. Brookings Institution Marriage Conference. Washington, DC. July 22, 2004. Meeting. W. T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Selection Committee. Aspen, CO. July 9-12, 2004. Meeting. W. T. Grant Foundation Advisory Board. New York, NY. June 16-17, 2004. Conference. Administration for Children and Families. Washington, DC. May 26-28, 2004. Meeting. National Poverty Center Board. Michigan. May 2004. Conference. First Draft Working Session for "School Readiness: Closing the Racial and Ethnic Gap." Future of Children. Princeton NJ: May 6-7 2004. Meeting. Board of Future of Children, Princeton NJ. May 6, 2004 Conference. Population Association of America. Boston, MA. April 1-3, 2004. Meeting. Board of the Population Association of America. Boston, MA. March 30-31, 2004. Meeting. W. T. Grant Foundation Advisory Board. New York, NY. March 17-18, 2004. Meeting. W. T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Selection Committee. New York, NY. February 6, 2004. Conference. "Children's Expenditures: English Speaking Countries in International Context." Princeton, NJ. January 7-9, 2004. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network. Chicago, IL. November 13-15, 2003. Conference. Twenty-Fifth Annual Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) Research Conference. Washington, DC. November 6-8, 2003. Meeting. First Draft Working Session for "Children of Immigrant Families." Future of Children Journal. Washington, DC. November 6, 2003. Meeting. Board of the Population Association of America. Washington, DC. October 24, 2003. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Selection Committee. New York, NY. October 31, 2003. Meeting. Board of the National Poverty Center. Washington, DC. September 4-5, 2003. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network. Jackson Hole, WY. August 28-31, 2003.

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Seminar on Policy Analysis. Steamboat Springs, CO. Augus t 20-27, 2003. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Young Scholars Conference. Charlottesville, VA. June 23-25, 2003. Meeting. Board of National Poverty Center. Ann Arbor, MI. June 17, 2003. Presentation. "The Fragile Families Study." NICHD Advisory Council. Washington, DC. June 14, 2003. Meeting. Board for Population Association of America. Washington, DC. April 30, 2003. Presentation. Annie E. Casey Foundation. Baltimore, MD. April 15, 2003. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network. Chicago, IL. April 10-11, 2003. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation. New York, NY. February 21, 2003. Conference. MacArthur Foundation Research Network. Australian Institute of Family Studies. Sydney, Australia. January 8-18, 2003. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Faculty Scholars Selection Committee. New York, NY. November 22, 2002. Presentation. Conference on "Public Policy and the Future of the Family." Maxwell School of Public Policy. Syracuse, NY. October 24-25, 2002. Presentation. "Building Strong Families." Administration for Families and Children and Mathematica Policy Research. Washington D.C. October, 2002. Discussant. Conference on "Family Investments in Children's Potential." Joint Center for Poverty Research. Chicago, IL. September 19-20, 2002. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network. San Francisco, CA. August 29-30. 2002 Panel. American Sociological Association. "How Do Fathers' Negative Behaviors Shape Relationships with their Children?" August, 2002. Meeting. Brookings Institution "Children's Roundtable." Washington DC. May, 2002. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network. Evanston, IL. March 24-25, 2002. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Faculty Scholars Selection Committee. New York, NY. February 11-12, 2002.

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Presentation. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study." California State Office of Child Support Enforcement. Sacramento, CA. January, 2002. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network. Evanston, IL. November 30- December 1, 2001. Meeting. W.T. Grant Foundation Faculty Scholars Selection Committee. New York, NY. November 13, 2001. Conference. Jacobs Foundation. "Wellbeing and Dysfunction Across the Generations: Change and Continuity." Zurich, Switzerland. October 25-27, 2001. Planning Meeting. Administration for Children and Families and Mathematica Policy Research. "Fragile Families: Lessons for Welfare Reform." Washington, DC. October 29, 2001. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network on "The Economy and the Family." Jackson Hole, WY. August 2001. Presentation. National Conference on Child Support Enforcement. New York, NY. August 13, 2001. Presentation. Grantmakers Income Security Taskforce. "What the Research and Demographic Data Show: Family Formation Trends, Their Causes and Consequences for Low-Income Children." Baltimore, MD. July 12, 2001. Presentation. Welfare Reform Workshop. Brookings Institution. Washington, DC. July, 2001. Meeting. Long-Range Planning Committee of the Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch. June 25, 2001. Meeting. Advisory Board of the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Childbearing. San Francisco, CA. June, 2001. Meeting. National Advisory Panel of the Urban Seminar on Children's Health and Safety. Cambridge, MA. May, 2001. Presentation. "Fragile Families." National Fatherhood Initiative. Baltimore, MD. May, 2001. Presentation. "Fragile Families." Council on Contemporary Families. New York, NY. May, 2001. Meeting. Macarthur Foundation Research Network on "The Economy and the Family." Charleston, SC. March, 2001. Presentation. Center for Law and Social Policy. "The Effects of Divorce on Children." Washington, DC. March, 2001.

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Meeting. National Academy of Sciences Advisory Board on Children, Youth and Families. Washington, DC. December, 2000. Meeting. National Advisory Panel of the Urban Seminar Series on Children's Health and Safety. "Creating Change in Urban Education." Cambridge, MA. December, 2000. Meeting. Macarthur Foundation Research Network on "The Economy and the Family." Chicago, IL. December, 2000. Meeting. Brookings Institution "Children's Roundtable." Washington, DC. September, 2000. Meeting. Macarthur Foundation Research Network on "The Economy and the Family." Sante Fe, NM. August, 2000. Presentation. "Dispelling Myths about Unwed Fathers." National Fatherhood Summit. Washington, DC. June, 2000. Meeting. Advisory Board of the Institute for Research on Poverty. Madison, WI. May, 2000. Meeting. National Advisory Panel of the Urban Seminar Series on Children's Health and Safety. Cambridge, MA. May, 2000. Meeting. "Fathers in Early Head Start: Conceptual, Methodological and Analytical Issues." New York, NY. April, 2000. Presentation. "Rethinking Fatherhood: Legal, Social and Economic Perspectives." Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. January, 2000. Presentation. National Fatherhood Summit. Washington, DC. June, 1999. Testimony. Subcommittee on Human Resources of the Committee on Ways and Means. Washington, DC. April 27, 1999. Presentation. "Examining New Approaches to Helping Low-Income Fathers Meet their Financial Responsibilities." The Urban Institute. Washington, DC. October, 1999. Meeting. Macarthur Foundation Research Network on "The Transition to Adulthood." New York, NY. October 16, 1999. Presentation. Conference on "Child Wellbeing in Rich and Transitional Countries: Are Children in Growing Danger of Social Exclusion?" Luxembourg. October 1, 1999. Presentation. Conference on "For Better and For Worse: How States Can Use Welfare Reform to Improve the Lives of Low-Income Families and Children." Joint Center for Poverty Research. Washington, DC. September, 1999.

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Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network on "The Economy and the Family." Santa Fe, NM. September, 1999. Meeting. MacArthur Foundation Research Network on "The Economy and the Family." Chicago, IL. March, 1999. Workshop. Welfare Reform. University of Wisconsin. Madison, WI. August, 1999. Meeting. Advisory Board on Children, Youth and Families, NAS/IOM. Washington, DC. July, 1999. Child Care Workshop. "Employment and its Implications for Women's Economic Self-Sufficiency and Child Development." Berkeley, CA. June, 1999. Meeting. Brookings Institution "The Children's Roundtable." Washington, DC. June, 1999. Meeting. Brookings Institution "The Children's Roundtable." Washington, DC. January, 1999. Meeting. National Advisory Panel of the Urban Seminar Series on Children's Health and Safety. Cambridge, MA. April, 1999. Conference on Child Support & Paternity Establishment. "Reaching Common Ground." National Woman's Law Center. Washington, DC. January, 1999. Distinguished Leadership Scholar. "Helping Parents Parent: New Challenges and Opportunities." National Issues Program, James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership, University of Maryland. December, 1998. Forum on Welfare Reform ­ Related Research and Evaluation in New Jersey. Princeton University. (Co-sponsored with the NJ Department of Human Services and The Fund for New Jersey.) Princeton, NJ. November, 1998. Presentation. "The Fragile Families Study." Conference of Southwest Foundations. Austin, TX. October, 1998 Rapporteur. Ford Conference on "Investing in Children." New York, NY. October, 1998. Presentation. "The Fragile Families Study." TEAM Texas. Austin, TX. June, 1998. Presentation. "Changes in Family Demographies." Columbia University, Centennial Celebration. New York, NY. June, 1998. Work First New Jersey Forum. Princeton University. (Co-sponsored with Association for children of New Jersey and Legal Services of New Jersey.) Princeton, NJ. December, 1997. White House Conference on Child Care. Princeton University. (Co-sponsored with the White House.) Princeton, NJ. October, 1997.

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Presentation. New York State Child Support Enforcement Conference. Albany, NY. June, 1997. Forum on the Impact of Welfare Reform on Children of New Jersey. Princeton University. (Cosponsored with the New Jersey Department of Human Services.) Princeton, NJ. June, 1997. White House Conference on Early Childhood Education. Princeton University. (Co-hosted with the Woodrow Wilson School) Princeton, NJ. April, 1997. Presentation. Casey School of Journalism. Baltimore, MD. June, 1995. Testimony to the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Washington, DC. February 28, 1995. White House Scholars Dinner. "Youth Violence." Washington, DC. May, 1995. FRONTLINE. PBS film on "The Vanishing American Father." May, 1995. "Welfare is No Incentive." New York Times Op-Ed (A27). July 29, 1994.

RESEARCH SUPPORT: NICHD: "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing in Middle Childhood." (McLanahan, PI) $17,261,145. 7/4/2006-4/30/2011. "Parental Resources and Child Wellbeing." (Paxson, PI, McLanahan, Co-Investigator) $1,266,895. 9/18/01-8/31/06. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study." (McLanahan, P.I.) $5,930,000. 7/99 6/30/04. "Child Suppo rt Reform and Child Wellbeing." (McLanahan, P.I.) $554,263. 9/01/9708/31/02. "Family Change, Family Resources and Child Wellbeing." (McLanahan, P.I.) $324,360. 7/1/93 - 6/30/97. (Extended 9/01/96 - 8/31/98.) "Child Suppo rt Reform and Child Wellbeing." (McLanahan, P.I.) $346,999. 7/1/936/30/97. "Family Structure, Socialization and Child Wellbeing." (McLanahan and Thomson, Co P.I.) $266,650. 7/1/89 - 6/30/92.

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"Intergenerational Consequences of Family Disruption." (McLanahan and Sandefur, Co P.I.) $597,508. 7/1/88 - 6/30/92. "Survey on Changing Structure of American Family." (Bumpass and Sweet, P.I., McLanahan, Co-investigator.) 1/1/86 - 12/31/89. "Intergenerational Consequences of Family Disruption." (McLanahan, P.I.) $229,421. 8/1/84 - 7/31/87. "The Changing Impact of Children on the Subjective Wellbeing of Adults." (McLanahan, P.I.) $46,364. 8/1/83 - 1/31/85. NSF: "The Impact of Penal Policy on Employment: An Extension of the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study." (Western, PI, McLanahan, Co-Investigator) $171,817. 7/1/01-6/30/04. Foundation Support "Child Migration." (McLanahan, PI) The Rockefeller Foundation $231,000. "Future of Children Journal." (McLanahan, Editor-in-Chief) The David and Lucile Packard Foundation $1,700,000; Doris Duke Foundation $793,390; W.K. Kellogg Foundation $600,000; Annie E. Casey Foundation $800,000; Gates Foundation $182,600; W.K. Kellogg Foundation $200,000; MacArthur Foundation $117,675; MacArthur Foundation $182,325; Carnegie Corporation $50,000; Doris Duke Foundation $209,941. "Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing." (McLanahan, P.I.) California HealthCare Foundation $40,000; The Foundation for Child Development $250,000; Commonwealth Foundation $25,000; The Ford Foundation $2,300,000; The Fund for New Jersey $105,000; The William T. Grant Foundation $734,000; Healthcare Foundation of NJ $75,500; William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $200,000; The Hogg Foundation $250,000; The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation $3,588,229; The Kronkosky Foundation $180,000; the MacArthur Foundation $425,000; A.L. Mailman Family Foundation $30,000; Charles Stewart Mott Foundation $600,000; The David and Lucile Packard Foundation $600,000; Public Policy Institute of California $280,000; St. David's Foundation $80,000; St. Vincent's Hospital $5,000. "Moving to Opportunity." (McLanahan P.I.) Smith Richardson Foundation, $68,500. 11/01/97 - 10/31/98. "Moving to Opportunity." (McLanahan Co-P.I. and Hanratty Co-P.I.) HUD/Kaiser Group, $50,000. 7/17/95 - 3/31/99.

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"Research on Nonresident Fathers." (McLanahan P.I.) The Ford Foundation, The Russell Sage Foundation, $49,751. 1/1/95 - 12/31/96. "Conference on Social Policies for Children." (Hochschild, Garfinkel and McLanahan, Co-P.I) Foundation for Child Development, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Smith Richardson Foundation, $30,000. 5/1/94. "Evaluating Child Support Reforms." (McLanahan P.I.) Ford Foundation, Foundation for Child Development, Russell Sage Foundation, $90,125. 9/1/92 - 12/31/94. "Family and Employment Transitions: Implications for Well-being Over the Life Course." (McLanahan and Sorensen, P.I.) NIA, $237,300. 2/1/85 - 1/31/88.

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