Department of Health Services Management and Policy
College of Public Health
Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology, the University of Arizona
Master of Arts, Sociology, the University of Arizona
Master of Arts, American Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University (China)
Bachelor of Arts, English (International Business Law), Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China)
Health Disparities, Social Epidemiology, Social Psychology, International Migration, Race and Ethnicity, Aging, and Social Inequalities
Zeng, Liwen. 2010. Learning Cool English Phrases Through Stories. China Astronautic Publishing. ISBN: 9787802187306.
Zeng, Liwen and Beksahn Jang. 2022 “Extending the Stereotype Content Model of Racial Attitudes Among College Freshmen.” Social Science Quarterly (00): 1-18. First online: https://doi.org/ 10.1111/ssqu.13212. (Coauthored)
Jang, Beksahn, Kelsey Gonzalez, Liwen Zeng, and Daniel Martínez. 2022. “Barriers to Panethnic Identification from Within and from Without: The Case of Hispanic/Latinos and Asian Americans.” Sociological Perspectives. Doi: 10.1177/07311214211057121.
Hill, Terrence D., Liwen Zeng, Simone Rambotti, Krysia N. Mossakowski, and Robert J. Johnson. 2021. “Sad Eyes, Crooked Crosses: Religious Struggles, Psychological Distress and the Mediating Role of Psychosocial Resources.” Journal of Religion and Health 60(4):2573–91. doi: 10.1007/s10943-021-01273-y.
Diaz, Christina J., Liwen Zeng, and Ana P. Martinez-Donate. 2018. “Investigating Health Selection Within Mexico and Across the US Border.” Population Research and Policy Review 1–24. doi: 10.1007/s11113-017-9456-y.
SELECTED PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS
Zeng, Liwen (2020) “Early Retirement and Psychological Well-being: The Role of Timing and Perceived Resources” 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Sociology Association (Online)
Zeng, Liwen, Beksahn Jang, Kelsey Gonzalez, and Daniel Martínez (2020) “Barriers to Panethnic Identification from Within and from Without: The Case of Hispanic/Latinos and Asian Americans” 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Sociology Association (Online)
Zeng, Liwen and Beksahn Jang (2019) “Segmented Stereotypes: Latent Dimensions of Outgroup Stereotypes in A Survey of College Freshmen” Annual Meeting for Southern Sociological Society. Atlanta, GA.
Zeng, Liwen (2016) “Immigrant Status, Chinese Immigrants, and Mental Health: An Examination of Gender Variation in the Healthy Immigrant Effect.” Annual Meeting for the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Seattle, WA.
Sociology of Mental Health, the University of Arizona (2021 and 2022)
Environment, Health, and Society, the University of Arizona (2019 and 2020)
Connecting Health to Society, the University of Arizona (2018-2022)
Introduction to Sociology, the University of Arizona (2018)
SELECTED GRANTS, FELLOWSHIP, AND AWARD
William K. Bunis Graduate Instructor Teaching Award (2022)
GPSC Sociology Travel Grant, the University of Arizona (2016, 2018, and 2019)
Frederick A. and Margaret S. Conrad Scholarship, the University of Arizona (2015)
Graduate Assistant Fellowship, the University of Arizona (2016)
LuQiao Fellowship, Beijing Foreign Studies University (2012)
Graduate Academic Fellowship, Beijing Foreign Studies University (2010)
National Fellowship, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (2008)
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