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SHANNON E. CAVANAGH


Department of Sociology

University of Texas at Austin

1 University Station A1700

Austin, TX 78714-1008



Office: 512-232-6327

Office FAX: 512-471-4886

scavanagh@austin.utexas.edu




AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Family Demography, Life Course & Human Development, Gender, Interpersonal Relationships


ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
Faculty Research Associate, Population Research Center, University of Texas at Austin
Faculty Affiliate, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Texas at Austin
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Human Ecology & Population Research Center, University of Texas at Austin
Research Associate, Urban Institute, Washington, DC.

2011-present
2006-2011
2003-present
2006-present
2003-2006

1993-1998




EDUCATION

Ph.D., Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.A., Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
B.A., Sociology, University of Maryland at College Park

2003
2001
1992


FUNDING

Principal Investigator, Family Instability and the Home Environment. National Center for Marriage Research ($20,000)
Co-Principal Investigator, Race/Ethnicity, Poverty, and the Connection between Child Health and Early Education. National Institute of Child and Human Development ($996,995).
Principal Investigator, The Intergenerational Transmission of Family Instability. National Institute of Child and Human Development ($148,846).
Principal Investigator, The Intergenerational Transmission of Family Instability

University of Texas at Austin ($30,000)


Principal Investigator, Family Instability and Well-Being in Middle Childhood

University of Texas at Austin ($12,000)


Principal Investigator, Family Structure Change and Socioemotional Well-Being across the Early Life Course. National Institute of Child and Human Development, ($127,728).

Principal Investigator, Social Context and Adolescent Well-Being

Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies, Harvard University ($3500)


2008-2009

2008-2011


2007-2009

2007

2007


2003-2006

2002-2003









SUBMITTED GRANTS

Co-Principal Investigator. Exploring the Origins of Relationship Homophily with Online Dating Data. National Institute of Child and Human Development.


AWARDS

Dean’s Fellowship, University of Texas at Austin 2007


New Faculty Fellowship, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, 2006-2007

University of Texas at Austin


Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award, 2003-2006

National Institute of Child and Human Development


Henry A. Murray Research Center Youth and Adolescent Dissertation Award, 2002-2003

Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies, Harvard University


Pre-Doctoral Traineeship, National Institute of Child and Human Development, 1999-2001

Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


PUBLICATIONS

Cavanagh, Shannon and Paula Fomby. 2012. School Context, Family Instability, and the Academic Careers of Adolescents: The Role of Family Instability within Schools. Sociology of Education, 85:81-97.


Cavanagh, Shannon. 2011. Early Pubertal Timing and Union Formation Behaviors of Young Women. Social Forces. 89:1217-1238.
Crosnoe, Robert and Shannon Cavanagh. 2010. Families with Children and Adolescents. Journal of Marriage and Family. 72: 594-611.
Augustine, Jennifer March, Shannon Cavanagh, and Robert Crosnoe. 2009. Maternal Education, Early Child Care, and the Reproduction of Advantage. Social Forces 88: 1-29.
Cavanagh, Shannon and Aletha Huston. 2008. The Timing of Family Instability and Children’s Social Development. Journal of Marriage and Family. 70: 1258-1269.
Cavanagh, Shannon, Sarah Crissey, and R. Kelly Raley. 2008. Family Structure History and Adolescent Romance. Journal of Marriage and Family 70: 698-714.
Cavanagh, Shannon. 2008. Family Structure History and Adolescent Adjustment. Journal of Family Issues 29: 944-980.
Cavanagh, Shannon. 2007. Romantic Relationships in Adolescence: Examining the Role of Peer Networks, Gender, and Race. Sociological Inquiry 77:552-580.
Cavanagh, Shannon. 2007. Drinking as a Product of Assimilation: Immigration from Mexico, Peer Networks, and Adolescent Alcohol Use. Sociological Perspectives 50: 393-416.
Cavanagh, Shannon, Catherine Riegle-Crumb, and Robert Crosnoe. 2007. Early Pubertal Timing and the Education of Girls. Social Psychology Quarterly 70: 186-198.
Cavanagh, Shannon and Aletha Huston. 2006. Family Instability and Children’s Early Problem Behavior. Social Forces 85: 575-605.
Cavanagh, Shannon, Kathryn Schiller, and Catherine Riegle-Crumb. 2006. Marital Transitions, Parenting, and Schooling: Exploring the Linkage between Family Structure History and Adolescents’ Academic Status. Sociology of Education 79:329-354.
Reprinted in Schools and Society: A Sociological Approach to Education, ed. J.H. Ballantine & J. Spade. 3rd Edition. Pine Forge Press, 2007.
Cavanagh, Shannon. 2004. The Sexual Debut of Girls in Early Adolescence: The Intersection of Race, Pubertal Timing, and Friendship Group Dynamics. Journal of Research on Adolescence 14: 285-312.
Crosnoe, Robert, Shannon Cavanagh, and Glen H. Elder, Jr. 2003. Adolescent Friendships as Academic Resources: The Intersection of Social Relationships, Social Structure, and Institutional Context.

Sociological Perspectives 3: 331-352.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Cavanagh, Shannon. 2008. Puberty. In Deborah Carr (Ed.). Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development, Volume I: Childhood and Adolescence. Farmingham Hills, MI: Gale.


Cavanagh, Shannon. 2008. Family and Household Structure: Childhood and Adolescence. In Deborah Carr (Ed.). Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development, Volume I: Childhood and Adolescence. Farmingham Hills, MI: Gale.
Cavanagh, Shannon. 2008. Age Norms. In Deborah Carr (Ed.). Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development, Volume I: Childhood and Adolescence. Farmingham Hills, MI: Gale.
Harris, Kathleen Mullan and Shannon Cavanagh. 2007. Indicators of the Peer Environment in Adolescence. In Brett B. Brown (Ed.) Key Indicators of Children’s Well-Being: Completing the Picture. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW

Cavanagh, Shannon and Kate Sullivan. Family Instability, Early Social Competence, and Later Romantic Activity in Adolescence. Developmental Psychology.


Kreager, Derek, Shannon Cavanagh, John Yen, and Mo Yu. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained: Gender, the First-Mover Advantage, and Homophily in Online Dating. American Sociological Review.
MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS

Maretelo, Leticia, Shannon Cavanagh, Kate Chambers Pruitt, and Shelley Clark. Volatility in Parent Child Co-residence and Adolescent Well-being in South Africa


Cavanagh, Shannon. Family Instability, Parenting, and Children’s Social Development: A Focus on Selection. Demography.
Cavanagh, Shannon and Caitlin Hamrock. Family Instability, Child Health, and the Transition to Formal Schooling.
Fomby, Paula and Shannon Cavanagh. Family Trajectories and School Readiness in the United States and the United Kingdom.

PRESENTATIONS

Discussant, Family Structure and Child Well-Being Population Association of America, San Francisco. May 2012.
The Importance of Family Structures and Instability in Shaping Adolescent Transitions to Adulthood in South Africa. (with Marteleto, Prickett, and Clark) Population Association of America, San Francisco. May 2012.
Family Instability, Maternal Education, and the Transition to Elementary School. 2010 IEAS Workshop on Family Change. Institute of European and American Studies (IEAS), Academia Sinica
School Context, Family Instability, and the Academic Careers of Adolescents: The Role of Family Instability within Schools (with Fomby). Population Association of America, Dallas, TX: April 2010.
Pubertal Timing, Race, and Girls’ Sexuality in Adolescence (with Daniels) Population Association of America, Dallas, TX: April 2010.
Family Structure as a Time-Varying Indicator: Family Instability and the Home Environment. Population Association of America, Detroit, MI: April, 2009.
Family Instability, Early Social Competence, and Later Romantic Activity in Adolescence. Population Association of America, Detroit, MI: April, 2009.
Family Instability, Selection, and Children’s Social Development. California Center for Population Research. UCLA. February, 2008 and Population Association of America, New Orleans, LA: April, 2008.
Discussant, Children's Outcomes and Parental Nonstandard Work Schedules, Population Association of America, New Orleans, LA: April, 2008.
Early Puberty in Young Women’s Lives. Presented at the Biennial Meeting of Society for the Study of Human Development, State College, PA. October, 2007.
Discussant, Cohabitation and Marriage, Population Association of America, New York, NY: March 2007.
Puberty in Girls’ Lives, Presented at the New Faculty Colloquium Series, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Texas at Austin, February 2007.
Within-Child Associations between Family Structure and Children’s Externalizing Behaviors. Presented at the Annual Meetings of Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, Madison, WI, November 2006.
The Timing of Family Instability and Children’s Social Development. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Montreal, CA: August 2006.
Family Structure and Adolescent Opposite-Sex Relationships. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Los Angeles, CA: March 2006.
Early Pubertal Timing and Girls’ Academic Careers. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Washington, DC: August 2005.
Discussant, Adolescent Risky Behaviors. Population Association of America, Philadelphia, PA: March 2005.
Family Instability and Children’s Early Socio-Emotional Adjustment. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Philadelphia, PA: March 2005.
Marital Transitions, Parenting, and Schooling: Exploring the Linkage between Family Structure History and Adolescents’ Academic Status. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA: August 2004.
Social Context and Adolescent Well-being: The Interplay of the Family and the Adolescent Friendship Group. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA: August 2003.
The Role of Family Change and the Friendship Group on Adolescent Psychological Well-being. Presented at the Biannual Meetings of the Society for Research on Adolescence, New Orleans, LA: April 2002 and the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Atlanta, GA: May 2002.
The Role of Friends and Pubertal Timing on the Sexual Activity of Girls in Early Adolescence. Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Washington, DC: March 2001 and the Add Health User meetings in Washington DC, August 2001.
Indicators of the Peer Environment in Adolescence. Presented at the Key Indicators of Children’s Well-Being: Completing the Picture. Conference, Washington, DC: June 2001.
The Well-being of Adolescents in Single-Father Families. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Los Angeles, CA: March 2000.
SELECTED POLICY PUBLICATIONS

Harrell, Adele, Shannon E. Cavanagh, and John Roman. 1999. Final Report: Findings from the Evaluation of the D.C. Superior Court Drug Court Intervention Program. NIJ Research in Brief.


Harrell, Adele, Shannon E. Cavanagh, and Sanjeev Sridharan. 1999. Evaluation of the Children at Risk Program: Results One Year after the End of the Program. NIJ Research in Brief.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

Fall 2003 Postdoctoral Fellow, Adolescent Health and Academic Achievement Study (AHAA), UT. PI: Chandra Muller

1999-2003 Predoctoral Trainee, Carolina Population Center, UNC, Preceptor: Kathleen Harris

2001 Instructor, Department of Sociology, UNC.

1998-2000 Teaching Assistant, Department of Sociology, UNC.

1998-2000 Research Assistant, Glen H. Elder, Jr., Department of Sociology, UNC.



TEACHING AND MENTORING

University of Texas at Austin

Instructor: Population and Society (undergraduate), Training Seminar in Demography (graduate), Family and Household Demography (graduate), HIV/AIDS (Signature course, undergraduate)
Student advising: Dissertation Committee (5), Masters Committee (3), Comprehensive Exam Committee (5), Undergraduate thesis (6); Bridging the Disciplines Undergraduate Research (8).
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Instructor: Population Problems, Introduction to Sociology.

Recitation Leader: Measurement & Data Collection, Data Analysis & Quantitative Research.

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SERVICES ACTIVITIES

Population Research Center

Coordinator of Brown Bag Speaker Series Fall 2006, Spring 2009

Governance Committee 2008-2010

Department of Sociology

Admissions Committee

Executive Committee 2008-2010

Chair of Demography Area 2010-present

Faculty Panel, Bridging Disciplines Program (Social Inequality, Health, and Policy) 2006-present
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Member, American Sociological Association

Member, ASA Family Section Distinguished Career Award Committee (2010)

Associate Editor: Social Psychology Quarterly (2010-2012)


Member, PAA

Annual meeting session discussant

Section organizer
Member, Society for Research on Adolescence

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Reviewer: American Sociological Review, Demography, Journal of Family Issues, Journal of Marriage and Family, Journal of Research on Adolescence, Social Forces, Social Problems, Sociology of Education, Sociological Perspectives, The Sociological Quarterly.

REFERENCES

R. Kelly Raley, Professor of Sociology

Population Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

1 University Station G1800

Austin, TX 78712

kraley@prc.utexas.edu

Aletha Huston, Professor of Human Ecology

Department of Human Ecology, University of Texas at Austin

Gearing Hall 117

Austin, TX 78712

achuston@mail.utexas.edu

Kathleen Mullan Harris, Professor of Sociology

Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

123 West Franklin Street

Chapel Hill, NC 27516

kathie_harris@unc.edu





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