Scholar and academic mentor.

PUBLICATIONS

• 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.
 

PRESENTATIONS

• TEDxCUNY Circuits Event, New York, NY. 2017.CFZpILKWgAA-74r
• “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.

 


STUDENT SUPPORTED PRESENTATIONS

• Sand, S., Dinh-Le, C., Sprott, K., Weiner, S. Healthy CUNY App: The Feasibility of Using a Web-based Health Application for CUNY Students to Target Health Disparities. Refereed poster session presented at CUNY Institute for Health Equity Annual Conference: Equity Now, May8, 2017.
•Weiner, S. Using Technology to Connect Students to Health. Refereed presentation at Kingsborough Community College Peer Mentoring Conference: What does it mean to be a Peer Educator? Mentoring, Leadership, and Support, February 3, 2017.
• Sprott, K., Sand, S., Dinh-Le, C., Weiner, S. A Peer Connection: Empowering the Student Leaders of Tomorrow. Refereed presentation at Kingsborough Community College Peer Mentoring Conference: What does it mean to be a Peer Educator? Mentoring, Leadership, and Support, February 3, 2017.
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