Ingrid Nelson

Assistant Professor of Sociology

On leave for the 2014-15 academic year.


Spring 2014

  • Introduction to Sociology (SOC 1101)
  • Advanced Seminar: Current Controversies in Sociology (SOC 3010A)
Phone 2077253425
Title Assistant Professor
Department Sociology And Anthropology
Work Location 319 Adams Hall
E-Mail inelson@bowdoin.edu
Ingrid Nelson: Bowdoin College

Education

Ph.D. in Sociology of Education, Stanford University
Master of Arts in Sociology, Stanford University
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Wellesley College

Research Interests

Educational inequality, out-of-school time, and youth development

Previous Courses

Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to Social Research, Race and Ethnicity, and Sociology of Education.

Publications and Reports

Nelson, I. A. (2010). From Quantitative to Qualitative: Adapting the Life History Calendar Method. Field Methods. Volume 22 Issue 4, p. 413-428.

Nelson, I. A. (2009). “The Differential Role of Youth Development Program Participation for Latina/o Adolescents.” Afterschool Matters, 8, 20-33.

Nelson, I. A. & Gastic, B. (2009). “Street Ball, Swim Team and the Sour Cream Machine: A Cluster Analysis of Out of School Time Participation Portfolios.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38(9), 1172-1186.

Strobel, K., & Nelson, I. (2007). A Model for Fostering Youth Leadership: The Youth Engaged in Leadership and Learning Program (YELL). Stanford, CA: John W. Gardner Center.

Strobel, K., & Nelson I. (2007). Understanding Youth Leadership Development: An examination of the Youth Engaged in Leadership and Learning Program (YELL). Stanford, CA: John W. Gardner Center.

Conference Papers and Presentations

“University, Schools, and Multiple Agencies Sharing Data to Inform Community-Wide Action.”
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. April 2011.

“Making Sausage: Multi-Level Relationship Building in University-School Research Collaborations.”
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. May, 2010

“The Power of Mastery: Adolescents’ Mastery Goal Orientation, Classroom Practices and School Change.”
Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting. March, 2010

“Latinos’ Perceptions of the Quality of Local Public Schools.”
National Conference on Latino Politics, Power and Policy. October, 2009

“Adapting the Life History Calendar for Qualitative Studies: Examining Latino Youth’s Pathways to College.”
American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. August, 2009

“From Quantitative to Qualitative: Reinventing the Life History Calendar.”
Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference. June, 2009

“Extracurricular Activities and Higher Education: A Longitudinal Mixed-Methods Study of Latino Adolescents.”
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. April, 2009

“Street Ball, Swim Team and Sour Cream Machines: A National Look at Adolescents’ Extracurricular Portfolios.”
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. April, 2009

“Extracurricular Activity Participation and Hispanic Adolescents’ Pathways to College.”
Add Health Users Conference, National Institutes of Health. July, 2008

“Latino Youth Pathways to College: Differential Role of After School Program Participation.”
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. March, 2008

“The Road Less Traveled: Pathways to Civic Engagement Among Latino Youth.”
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. March, 2008

“Can I Really Make a Difference? Urban Youth as Agents of Change.”
Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting. March, 2008

“Bored or Burnt Out? Youth and Out of School Activity.”
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. April, 2007

Awards

Vice Provost of Graduate Education Academic Achievement Award for the Stanford University LGBT Community Resources Center, 2011.

2010 Emerging Scholar Award - Out-of-School Time Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)