Emily Warren

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Emily Warren is a research assistant at the Institute for Research on Poverty, working on projects related to housing and social policy. Her research focuses on ways in which housing hardships impact family functioning and policies that aim to reduce the incidence of housing-related poverty. She is also interested in the intersection of housing hardships and the child welfare system. She received master’s degrees in social work and public policy from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Kansas. Before graduate school, Warren worked as a case manager for a transitional housing program, an intern at the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency, and a research associate at Wilder Research in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota.


Faculty Advisor(s): 
Daniel R. Meyer, MSW, Ph.D.
Affordable housing and housing assistance for low-income families, child welfare, program evaluation
Selected Publications: 
Font, S. A., & Warren E. J. (2013).  Inadequate housing and the child protection system response. Children and Youth Services Review. 35(11), 1809 - 1815.

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