Publications and works in progress

  • Elizabeth Cozzolino, Kate Prickett, and Robert Crosnoe. “Relationship Conflict, Work Conditions, and the Health of Mothers with Young Children.” Forthcoming in Journal of Family Issues.
  • Elizabeth Cozzolino, Chelsea Smith, and Robert Crosnoe. 2018. “Family-Related Disparities in College Enrollment across the Great Recession.” Sociological Perspectives.
  • Elizabeth Cozzolino. 2018. "Public Assistance, Relationship Context, and Jail for Child Support Debt." Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 4: 1-25.
  • Elizabeth Cozzolino and Christine L. Williams. 2017. “Child Support Queens and Disappointing Dads: Gender and Child Support Compliance.Social Currents 4(3): 228-245.
  • Robert Crosnoe and Elizabeth Cozzolino. 2017. “This Father’s Day, Let’s Take a Hard Look at Child Support Policies.” Houston Chronicle, June 9.
  • Elizabeth Cozzolino and Cynthia Osborne. “Child Support Queens? Mothers’ Attitudes, Perceptions, and Reports of Child Support Spending.” UT-Austin Child and Family Research Partnership Working Paper.
  • Elizabeth Cozzolino. 2014. “Shut Out and Turned Off.” Book Review of Coming Up Short by Jennifer Silva. Democratic Left.
  • Elizabeth Cozzolino 2014. “Bring it Back to Texas 2014: Evaluation Report.” Report prepared for the Office of Family Initiatives, Child Support Division, Texas Office of the Attorney General.
  • Elizabeth Cozzolino. 2013. “Non-Custodial Parents on the NCP Choices Program: NCP Choices Participants Share Their Experiences.” Report prepared for the Office of Family Initiatives, Child Support Division, Texas Office of the Attorney General.

Fellowships, grants, and awards

Statistical training

  • Summer Statistics Institute: Data Analysis for Industry in R, Summer 2017
  • Sociology 341L: Basic Demographic Methods & Materials, Fall 2016
  • Sociology 385K: Social Statistics: Discrete Multivariate Models, Fall 2014
  • Sociology 385L: Social Statistics: Linear Models & Structural Equations Systems, Spring 2013
  • Sociology 384L: Social Statistics: Basic Concepts & Methods, Fall 2012
  • Sociology 3201: Statistical Methods in Sociology, Spring 2011

Certifications

Elizabeth CozzolinoData science