ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS

Published

"Minority College Aspirations, Expectations, and Applications under the Texas Top 10% Law" Pp. 1105-1137 in Social Forces 86(3) by Kim Lloyd, Kevin T. Leicht, and Teresa A. Sullivan (2008)

"Winners and Losers: Changes in Texas University Admissions post-Hopwood" Pp. 255-280 in Education Evaluation Polciy Analysis 30(3) by Mark C. Long and Marta Tienda (2008)

"Minority Talent Loss and the Texas Top 10 Percent Law" Pp. 831-845 in Social Science Quarterly 89(4) by Sunny Xinchun Niu, Teresa Sullivan and Marta Tienda (2008)

"Choosing Colleges: Identifying and Modeling Choice Sets" Pp. 416-433 in Social Science Research 37(2) by Sunny Xinchun Niu and Marta Tienda (2008)

"Higher Education Policy as Secondary School Reform: Texas Public High Schools After Hopwood"   Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis September 2007, Vol.29, No.3, pp. 200-217 by Thurston Domina (2007)

"Diversity and the Demographic Dividend" Pp. 48-73 in Clive Belfield and Henry Levin (eds.), The Price We Pay: Economic and Social Consequences of Inadequate Education. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press. by Marta Tienda and Sigal Alon. (2007)

Hispanics at the Age Crossroads: Opportunities and Risks Pp. 27-32 in Focus, 25(1). Madison, WI: Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin. by Marta Tienda. (2007) 

"Diversity, Opportunity and the Shifting Meritocracy in Higher Education." Pp. 487-511 in American Sociological Review 72(4). by Sigal Alon and Marta Tienda. (2007)

Texas Students' College Expectations: Does High School Racial Composition Matter? Pp. 43-66 in Sociology of Education 80(1), January. by Michelle Bellessa Frost. (2007)

Capitalizing on Segregation, Pretending Neutrality: College Admissions and the Texas Top 10% Law. Pp.312-346 in American Law and Economics Review, 8(2), Summer. by Marta Tienda and Sunny Xinchun Niu. (2006)

"Harnessing Diversity in Higher Education: Lessons from Texas." Pp.7-14 in Maureen Devlin (ed.), Ford Policy Forum, 2006: Exploring the Economics of Higher Education. Washington, D.C.: NACUBO and the Forum for the Future of Higher Education. Click here by Marta Tienda (2006)

Flagships, Feeders, and the Texas Top 10% Law: A Test of the 'Brain Drain' Hypothesis. Pp.712-739 in The Journal of Higher Education, 77(4), July/August. by Marta Tienda and Sunny Xinchun Niu. (2006)

College Selectivity and the Texas Top 10% Law: How Constrained Are the Options? Pp.259-272 in Economics of Education Review, 25(3), June. by Sunny Xinchun Niu, Marta Tienda and Kalena Cortes. (2006)

College, Jobs or the Military? Enlistment During a Time of War. Pp.272-290 in Social Science Quarterly, 87(2), June. by Meredith Kleykamp (2006)

 Assessing the 'Mismatch' Hypothesis: Differences in College Graduation Rates by Institutional Selectivity. Pp.294-315 in Sociology of Education, 78(4), October. by Sigal Alon and Marta Tienda. (2005)

"College Admission Policies and the Educational Pipeline: Implications for Medical and Health Professions." Pp. 117-142 in Smedley, Brian D., Adrienne Y. Stith, Lois Colburn, and Clyde H. Evans (Eds.), The Right Thing to Do, the Smart Thing to Do: Enhancing Diversity in Health Professions. Washington, DC: National Academy Press for the Institute of Medicine. by Marta Tienda (2001) View PDF

"Trends in Educational Achievement of Minority Students Since Brown v. Board of Education." Pp. 149-182 in Timothy Ready, Christopher Edley, and Catherine Snow (eds.), Achieving High Educational Standards for All: Conference Summary, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. National Research Council. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. by Kim Lloyd, Marta Tienda and Anna Zajacova. (2001)  View PDF

 

Forthcoming

"The Role of Familism in Explaining the Hispanic-White College Application Gap" in Social Problems by Matthew Desmond and Ruth N. Lopez-Turley (forthcoming)

"The Promise and Peril of the Texas Uniform Admission Law" in Martin Hall, Marvin Krislov and David L. Featherman (eds.), The Next Twenty-Five Years? Affirmative Action and Higher Education in the United States and South Africa. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. by Marta Tienda and Teresa A. Sullivan (forthcoming).

"College Access, Geography, and Diversity"  in Daniel Little and Satya P. Mohanty (eds.), The Future of Diversity. New York and London: Palgrave. by Teresa A. Sullivan (forthcoming).

"Affirmative Action and the Texas Top 10 Percent Admission Law: Balancing Equity and Access to Higher Education" in Societes Contemporaines by Marta Tienda, Sigal Alon, and Sunny X. Niu (forthcoming)

"Latino college going: Adolescent boys' language use and girls' social integration" in Bilingual Research Journal by Rebecca M. Callahan (Forthcoming).

"Onda Nueva: Hispanic Demographic Dividend or Bulge at the Bottom?" in John C. Boyer and Shirley Ort (eds.), Politics of Inclusion: Higher Education at the Crossroads. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. by Marta Tienda (forthcoming).


 

 

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