Lab

Abbie Goldberg’s Diverse Families lab is currently involved with several projects related to adoptive and lesbian/gay parenting. Both graduate students and undergraduate students in the lab are actively involved in data entry and interview transcription. Graduate students also interview participants, code data, and supervise undergraduates. In addition, graduate students are also actively involved in publications. Abbie Goldberg currently has five doctoral students: Jordan B. Downing, Hannah B. Richardson, Lori A. Kinkler, April M. Moyer, and Elizabeth (Liz) Weber.

 

Abbie Goldberg, receiving award from Springfield MA mayor

 

Abbie Goldberg, giving a lecture on lesbian/gay parenting at Springfield Technical Community College

 

Abbie Goldberg, presenting at the Lutheran Social Services Conference on the topic of "The Changing Face of Families"

Abbie Goldberg, presenting at the Lutheran Social Services Conference on the topic of “The Changing Face of Families”

 

Graduate students Hannah Richardson and Jordan Downing, presenting their poster at the 2009 Society for Research on Child Development Conference

 

Graduate students April Moyer, Lori Kinkler, Hannah Richardson, and Jordan Downing, presenting their poster at the 2011 Rudd Adoption Conference

 

Graduate students Hannah Richardson, Lori Kinkler, and April Moyer, presenting their poster at the 2012 Rudd Adoption Conference

 

Undergrad research assistants in Abbie Goldberg’s lab, Spring 2011

 

Undergrad research assistants in Abbie Goldberg’s lab, Spring 2013

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