Tanzina Ahmed, Ph.D.
Tanzina Ahmed, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology, CUNY Kingsborough Community College
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Hungry minds: Investigating the food insecurity of minority community college students
RT Ilieva, T Ahmed, A Yan
Journal of Public Affairs 19 (3), e1891, 2019
One foot out of the nest: How parents and friends influence social perceptions in emerging adulthood
T Ahmed, CC Brumbaugh
Journal of Adult Development 21, 147-158, 2014
A Developing Crisis in Hunger: Food Insecurity within 3 Public Colleges before and during the COVID-19 Pandemic
T Ahmed, RT Ilieva, J Shane, S Reader, C Aleong, HY Wong, C Chu, ...
Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, 2022
“I Cannot Afford Lunch”: How Students’ Narratives of Food Insecurity Reveal Difficulties and Coping Strategies Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic
T Ahmed, J Shane, RT Ilieva, S Reader, C Aleong, C Chu, HY Wong, ...
Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 20, 2022
Impact of a Student-Led Food Insecurity Intervention on Diverse Community College Students
T Ahmed, RT Ilieva, A Clarke, HY Wong
Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, 1 - 11, 2021
Evaluating How Community College Students’ Understanding of Success Influences Outcomes Using a Mixed-Methods Research Design
T Ahmed
SAGE Publications Ltd, 2018
The sociodemographic and psychosocial correlates of COVID‐19 vaccine concerns among urban college students
F Kaighobadi, J Shane, EY Niwa, T Ahmed, LC Reigada
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 17 (8), e12790, 2023
Examining college students' food security coping strategies and experiences during the COVID‐19 pandemic
T Ahmed, J Shane, C Chu, A Edwards, D Caicedo, RT Ilieva, J Verdino, ...
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 17 (7), e12753, 2023
Values Analysis Within Narratives: In the Context of Food Insecure Students in Community College
T Ahmed, A Ilieva, Rositsa T., Yan
SAGE Research Methods Datasets, 2019
“Helping Me Learn New Things Every Day”: The Power of Community College Students’ Writing Across Genres
T Ahmed
Written Communication 38 (1), 31 – 76, 2021
Narrating the Future: Understanding How Student Narratives Relate to Outcomes in Community College
T Ahmed
The Graduate and University Center, CUNY, 2017
An intersectional examination of the impact of COVID-stress and discrimination on college students’ resilience and mental health
LC Reigada, F Kaighobadi, EY Niwa, T Ahmed, DJ Carlson, J Shane
Journal of American College Health, 1-11, 2023
“If the college adjusted the prices…”: comparing food secure and insecure college students during the COVID-19 pandemic
T Ahmed, J Shane, C Chu, A Edwards, J Verdino, D Caicedo, RT Ilieva, ...
Journal of American College Health, 1-12, 2024
“I Thought About Solutions”: How Students’ Narratives of Relational Conflict, Grit, and Agency Predict Academic Performance within Community College
T Ahmed
Community College Review 51 (4), 487-508, 2023
Investigating the COVID-19 Pandemic in Your Community
T Ahmed
Proceedings of the CUNY Games Conference 6.0
RO Duncan, J Bisz, C Boyle, K Offenholley, MA Smale, C Stallard, ...
Communities Twice Over: Fostering Research Skills and Civic Engagement among Community College Students
T Ahmed
How We Teach Now: The GTSA Guide to Transformative Teaching, 22, 2020
Sage Research Methods Cases Part 2
TA Ahmed
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