Funded Fellow 2012/2013
Demographic Methods Certificate 2016
Sociology PhD 2015
Nicole Kravtiz-Wirtz is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Michigan Population Studies Center. Her research focuses on the transmission of inequality within and between generations, particularly the effects of differences by race and economic status in exposure to family and neighborhood resources, environmental hazards, and opportunity structures earlier in life on disparities in social and health outcomes later in life. Her recent work examines how exposure to neighborhood air pollution impacts racial/ethnic disparities in child and adult health over time and across generations; the collateral consequences of mass incarceration for population health and health disparities; and whether changes in family composition during childhood shape the financial support parents are able to provide to adult children for post-secondary education.