Lynette F. Hoelter

Associate Archivist, ICPSR - Membership Archives
Lynette F. Hoelter

BIO

Dr. Hoelter's research focuses on the study of marriage and marital quality in Nepal, and family attitudes and behaviors in the U.S. Her past work includes projects using the Marital Instability across the Life Course data. At ICPSR, she is involved in projects focusing on assisting social science faculty with using data in the classroom, including the Online Learning Center and TeachingWithData.org, and generally oversees efforts focused on undergraduate education. Lynette is also a Co-Principal Investigator of the Integrated Fertility Survey Series, an effort to create a dataset of harmonized variables drawn from national surveys of fertility spanning 1955-2002. Her research interests include the relationship between social change and marital quality, gender in families, and the study of family and relationship processes and dynamics more broadly. She has also taught for the department of sociology and the survey methodology program at the University of Michigan.