Office: Civic Square Building, room 549
Home Page: www.jocelyncrowley.com
B.A., Cornell University
M.P.P., Georgetown University
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- American Social Policy
- Family Policy
- Women and Politics
In 2018, Crowley received the Leslie A. Whittington Excellence in Teaching Award from the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA), which represents over 300 public policy schools all over the country. In addition, Crowley was the 2018 recipient of the Warren I. Susman Award for Excellence in Teaching. The award is Rutgers University’s highest honor in recognition of outstanding service in stimulating and guiding the intellectual development of students at Rutgers University by a tenured faculty member. Dr. Crowley also received the 2018 Jerome Rose Excellence in Teaching Award presented by the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Recent Articles in Refereed Journals
- Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. 2019. "Does Everything Fall Apart? Life Assessments Following a Gray Divorce." Journal of Family Issues 40 (11): 1438-1461.
- Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. 2019. “Once Bitten, Twice Shy? Gender Differences in the Remarriage Decision after a Gray Divorce.” Sociological Inquiry 89 (1):150-176.
- Crowley, Jocelyn Elise and Jessica Brand. 2019. “Should it Be Easy? Divorce Process Attitudes Among Those Who have Split up in Mid- Life.”Journal of Divorce & Remarriage 60 (1):47-68.
- Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. 2019. “Gray Divorce: Explaining Mid-life Marital Splits.” Journal of Women & Aging. 31(1): 49-72.
- Curenton, Stephanie, Jocelyn Elise Crowley, and Dawne Mouzon. 2018. “Qualitative Descriptions of Middle-Class, African American Mothers’ Child Rearing Practices and Values." Journal of Family Issues. 39(4): 868-895.
- Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. 2018. “Incomplete Role Exit and the Alimony Reform Movement.” Sociological Inquiry. 88(1): 32-55.
- Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. 2017. “Ambiguous Financial Responsibilities: Second Wives and Alimony Reform Activism in the United States.” Journal of Family Issues. 38(17): 2474–2494.