DR LEAH RUPPANNER

DR LEAH RUPPANNER

Positions

Overview

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  • Dr Leah Ruppanner joined the University of Melbourne Sociology faculty in July of 2013. She is currently a 2015 ARC Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) Recipient ($372,000). Prior to her appointment, she was a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska Lincoln where she worked on the NSF funded project “Reducing Error in Computerized Survey Data Collection.”(SES-1132015). $2,967,347. Dr. Ruppanner researches work and family issues with particular focus on the impact of macro-structural gender equality and public policy. Her research is published in a range of top tier sociology journals including Social Forces, Social Science Research, European Sociological Review and Work and Occupations. In addition, her research has been featured in Slate, the Guardian and the Age. For this work, Dr. Ruppanner has received grants including the Dyason Fellowship and serves on the Associate Editorial Board for Work, Employment and Society . Dr. Ruppanner is also a Research Fellow at the ARC Centre for Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course. Dr. Ruppanner's current research agenda focuses on the impact of differential health and well being outcomes for families across the world.

    For links to my publications and an up-to-date CV, please visit my academia.edu page at https://unimelb.academia.edu/LeahRuppanner

       

Publications

Selected publications

Research

Awards

Education and training

  • Soc, University of California - Irvine 2009
  • DASA, University of California - Irvine 2006
  • Soc, University of California - Santa Barbara 2003

Supervision

Available for supervision

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Supervision Statement

  • I am available to supervise on the following topics: Work-Family Experiences Quantitative Methods (including Hierarchical Linear Modelling) Gender and Work Family Responsive Public Policies Gender and Families Please review my expertise and publications before contacting me directly for supervision.