Patrice Collins is a fellow of the Urban Ethnography Project and Comer School Development Program at Yale University. Before joining the doctoral program in Sociology, Patrice worked as a preschool teacher, early education lab instructor, family consumer science lecturer, and early childhood consultant in child development and social policy at the Yale Child Study Center. She is a recipient of the Yale University President’s Public Service Fellowship and is currently working on an ethnographic project that examines the everyday life of families experiencing parental incarceration.
- Collins, P. D. (2013). Exploring Father Involvement: A Qualitative Study with Formerly Incarcerated African American Fathers. California State University, Long Beach