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Post-Graduate, Johns Hopkins University, School of Public Health, 2006-2008.
2006 Ph.D., Sociology, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
1998 M.A., Sociology, California State University-Sacramento, Sacramento, California
1990 B.A., Sociology, University of California-Davis, Davis, California
Editorial Board Journal of Sociological Perspectives, 2009-12.
Scholarship and Endowment Grant Committee Chair, Midwest Sociological Society, 2008-12.
Sociologists for Women and Society (SWS), American Sociological Association (SWS) Minority Fellowship Program Liaison, 2010-present.
Research and Teaching Interests: Social Epidemiology, Medical Sociology, Mental Health, Social Psychology, Minority Health and Race and Ethnicity
Undergraduate Courses Taught: Minority Health Disparites, Urban Sociology, and Racial and Ethnic Minorities.
Wallace, Gail, 2011. "Behind the Mask of the Strong Black Woman" Gender and Society, August 24(4): 538-540.
Wallace, Gail. In Press. "Residential Stability, Social Capital and Parenting Quality among African American Mothers in Impoverished Communities: Are Positive Outcomes in Parenting Quality Possible?" Sociological Perspectives.
Wallace, Gail. 2009. “A Research Brief: Exploring Black Feminist Consciousness in the lives of Fifteen African American Women.” Race, Gender and Class. 16(1-2): 1-7.
Wallace, Gail. 2006. “Recreating the Ghosts of Place: Community Struggle through Loss and Healing.” Illness, Crisis & Loss 14(1): 23-42.
Cutrona, Carolyn E., Gail Wallace and Kristin A. Wesner. 2006 “Neighborhood Characteristics and Depression.” Current Directions in Psychological Science 15(4): 188-192.
Wallace, Gail. 2005 “American Sociological Association: Race, Gender and Class Section Survey Report.” Race, Gender & Class 12(1): 170-175.
If You Build It, Will They Come? Interactive Effects of Social/Cultural Factors and the Built Environment on Physical Activity among African-American Youth, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Active Living Research Program, (Principaln Investagator: Monica Baskin), 2009-10. ($265,000)