Kelsey E. Gonzalez

Education


University of Arizona

2022 (Anticipated) PhD Sociology, School of Sociology
Comprehensive Exams: Social Networks (Spring 2019), Statistics & Methods (exp Fall 2019)
2020 Graduate Certificate in Computational Social Sciences
2018 MA Sociology
Thesis: “The Importance of Homophily for Perceived Ethno-Racial Discrimination”
Committee: Daniel E. Martínez (Chair), Joe Galaskiewicz, Jeremy E. Fiel

Trinity College, Dublin

2015 MPhil Race Ethnicity and Conflict, Department of Sociology
Thesis: “Teaching Locality: A Comparative Analysis of The Promotion of Local Culture in Postcolonial State Curricula”
Advisor: Daniel Faas

Programming and Technical Skills


Stata, R, Python, UCINET, SPSS, ArcMap

Primary Fields of Specialization


Quantitative Methods
Computational Methods
Social Network Analysis
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
Environmental Sociology
Sociology of Health

Manuscripts Under Review


Gonzalez, Kelsey E. “The Importance of Homophily for Perceived Ethno-Racial Discrimination.”, Under review

Martínez, Daniel E. and Kelsey E. Gonzalez. ““Latino” or “Hispanic”?: The Sociodemographic Correlates of Panethnic Label Preferences among US Latinos/Hispanics”, Under Review

Martínez, Daniel E. and Kelsey E. Gonzalez. “Panethnicity as a Primary Identifier among Latino-Hispanics in the United States”, Under Review

Mannheimer, Andrew H., Adrienne Milner, Kelsey E. Gonzalez, and Terrence D. Hill. “Social Status and White Fragility: Gender and Socioeconomic Variations.”, Under Review

Working Papers


Jang, Beksahn, Kelsey E. Gonzalez, Liwen Zeng, and Daniel E. Martínez. “Correlates of Panethnic Identification: Assessing similarities and differences among Latinos and Asian Americans in the United States”, In preparation.

Martínez, Daniel E. and Kelsey E. Gonzalez. “Racially identifying as ‘Other’ and ‘Hispanic/Latino’: Determinants of Racial Identities among Latinos in the United States”, In preparation.

Conferences and Presentations


2019 “The Importance of Homophily for Perceived Ethno-Racial Discrimination.”, *Accepted to Present at American Sociological Association Annual Conference. *

2019 “Hispanic or Latino?: The Sociodemographic Correlates of Panethnic Label Preferences among US Latinos/Hispanics”, Accepted to Present at American Sociological Association Annual Conference.

2013 “Life Without Water: The Border Dispute between Chile, Bolivia and Peru” Paper presented at the Borders Boundaries and Peace Undergraduate Research Conference. Milwaukee, WI.

Teaching


Instructor of Record, University of Arizona

SOC101: Introduction to Sociology

Teaching Assistant, University of Arizona

SOC150: Social Issues in America

Discussion Section Instructor, Trinity College, Dublin

Soc1310: Introduction to Sociology

Soc3240: Researching Society

Soc2310: Introduction to Social Research

Awards and Academic Recognition


2019 - Graduate & Professional Student Council Travel Grant ($750)
2019 - School of Sociology Travel Grant ($500)
2018-2022 - Graduate Associateship
2017 - Graduate Teaching Associateship
2017-2018 - SBS Graduate Fellowship ($4,125)

Service and leadership


2019-Present Data Science Ambassador for College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
             Data Science Institute, the University of Arizona

2019-Present University ASA Reception Coordinator
             School of Sociology, the University of Arizona

2018-Present Bulletin Committee Chair,
             Sociology Graduate Student Association at the University of Arizona

2017-2018 Communications Committee,
             Sociology Graduate Student Association at the University of Arizona

Professional Affiliations


2017-Present American Sociological Association