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Anne Blumenthal

Anne Blumenthal

PhD Student. Social Work/Sociology Candidate

Anne Blumenthal is a doctoral candidate in the Joint Program in Social Work & Sociology. In her research, she uses a mix of qualitative and quantitative approaches to answer questions related to structural processes and determinants of child well-being.

Originally hailing from a small rural community in Oregon, Blumenthal worked in direct social services in both the U.S. and Canada before coming to Michigan. Her current research projects include: a study of resource access and parenting stress for mothers of young children during the lockdowns in spring 2020; a study examining correlates of accidental child deaths between 2000-2020; a study of gendered differences in children’s time use; and theoretical work on child neglect.

Her work has been published in the journals Child Welfare, Children and Youth Services Review, Child Indicators Research and Qualitative Social Work, among other outlets. The overarching motivation for her research is to inform policy conversations on concrete supports for marginalized families.

Research Interests/Focus

Child and family well-being, poverty and inequality, child maltreatment

Education

Year Degree   School
2014 MSW McGill University
2012 BSW McGill University
2006 BA University of Oregon
Year Description
2021 - Winter Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship
2021 - Fall Henry J. Meyer Scholarship Award
2020 - Winter Irene & William Gambrill Fellowship
2020 - Winter Rackham Travel Grant
2020 - Sp/Su Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship
2020 - Fall Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship
2020 - Winter Bobbe and Jon Bridge Award for Engaged Scholarship
2020 Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship
2018 - Winter Rackham Travel Grant
2018 - Winter Bobbe and Jon Bridge Award
2018 - Winter Clara P. and Larry E. Davis Scholarship
2018 - Fall Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant
2016 Veroff-Luke Award
2014-15 National Institute of Health Child Development Traineeship

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