Youngmin Cho, PhD

Postdoctoral Scholar
Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

Youngmin Cho, PhD in Social Welfare from Case Western Reserve University, is a postdoctoral scholar at The Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development. His research interests focus on the effects of poverty and neighborhood disadvantage on child and family well-being, the relationship between parental employment and work-family conflict, and risk and protective factors contributing to child and adolescent development. His current work involves the evaluation of social interventions by applying a longitudinal integrated data system.

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Using Integrated Data to Identify and Protect Children From Educational Risk - a Cleveland Case Study.
by The Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development on January 8, 2019