Scholar and academic mentor.
• Schmeltz, M.T.; Gonzalez, S.K.; Fuentes, L.; Kwan, A.; Ortega-Williams, A.; Cowan, L.P. (2013). Lessons from Hurricane Sandy: A Community Response in Brooklyn, New York. Journal of Urban Health 90(5), 799‐809. DOI: 10.1007/s11524-013‐9832‐9.
• Gonzalez‐Gladstein, S.K. “Perspectives from the Field: Community Resilience in Post‐Sandy Red Hook, Brooklyn”. McSilver Institute for Poverty and Research. Accessed: http://www.mcsilver.org/2013/05/09/perspectives‐from‐the‐field‐community‐resilience‐in‐post‐sandy‐red‐hook‐brooklyn/
• Cushman, L. F., Cairo, L., Caseras, F., & Jimenez-Bautista, A. (Eds.)[Gonzalez, S., Contributor] (2006). Finding their way: A qualitative study of adolescent migration between the Dominican Republic and the United States. Santo Domingo, RD: Profamilia.
• “Using Tech to Improve Health: Developing the Healthy CUNY App”. Refereed Presentation at 2016 CUNY Instructional/Information Technology Conference, New York, NY, December 2, 2016.
• “A Dissertation Informed from Within: Developing and Testing a Sexual Health App for Women of Color”. Refereed presentation at the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 2016.
• “Comparing The Effectiveness of Using Social Media Versus Dating Websites To Recruit Black and Latina Women Aged 18 To 25 Into a Sexual Health Research Study”. 332120. Refereed Presentation at 2015 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
• “There’s an App for That, but Does it Work?Development of the Evaluation of a Sexual Health Mobile‐Based App”. Invited Presentation to the Evaluating, Valuing, and Promoting Digital Scholarship Panel hosted by the CUNY Graduate Center Digital Fellows. April 21, 2015, New York, NY.
• “Are Texting and Social Networking Sites Instant Messaging Appropriate Sexual Health Education Tools for Urban Young Women of Color? A Mixed Methods Study”. 287981. Refereed Presentation at 2013 American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
• “New Media Lab: An Introduction to Balsamiq”. Invited Presentation to the New Media Lab, March 20, 2013.
• “Red Hook After Sandy: A Critical Analysis of a Community-Based Organizations Response”. Invited Presentation at 12th Annual Nature Ecology & Society Colloquium, March 8th, 2013. Recipient of the Environmental Health and Safety Watchdogs 2013 We are in this Together Award for striving to involve community action.
• “Early Findings: How Urban Young Women of Color Use Social and Mobile Media for Sexual and Reproductive Health Information”. Refereed Presentation at 2012 CUNY Instructional/Information Technology Conference, November 30, 2012.
• “Early Findings: Urban Young Women of Color are Weary of Social and Mobile Media” Refereed Presentation at 5th Annual Sex Tech Conference on New Media, Youth and Sexual Health, April 2, 2012.
• “Parallel Challenges for Rural Women & Urban Women of Color Living in Geographically Isolated Areas” Invited Presentation at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, March 2, 2012.
• “Young Women of Color HIV/AIDS Coalition (YWCHAC): A Youth Empowerment Approach to HIV Prevention” Refereed Presentation at Hunter College Schools of the Health Professions and Hunter -Bellevue School of Nursing, 4th Annual Student-Faculty Research Conference, May 5, 2010.