School of Public Policy Core and Affiliate Faculty Spring 2018



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School of Public Policy

Core and Affiliate Faculty

Spring 2018



PUBLIC POLICY
SUSAN STERETT, Director

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley; law in social welfare, displacement and adaptation to sea level rise, ethics in translational data science (ssterett@umbc.edu)


PAMELA R. BENNETT

Ph.D., University of Michigan; sociology of education, residential segregation, racial and ethnic inequality, social stratification (higher education policy and urban policy adviser; pbennett@umbc.edu)


TIMOTHY J. BRENNAN, Graduate Program Director; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison; antitrust law and policy, regulatory economics, electricity markets, telecommunications policy, energy and environmental economics, copyright and intellectual property, philosophy of economics (environmental policy adviser; brennan@umbc.edu)
F. CHRIS CURRAN

Ph.D., Vanderbilt University; education policy, education outcomes for underserved populations and disadvantaged youth, quantitative methods (evaluation and analytical methods and Pre-K-12 education policy adviser; curranfc@umbc.edu)
LAUREN HAMILTON EDWARDS

Ph.D., Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology; public and nonprofit management, strategic management and performance, and local government management (public management adviser; ledwards@umbc.edu)


JANE ARNOLD LINCOVE

Ph.D., University of Southern California; economics of education, education policy, international development, equity and efficiency of market-based education reform (evaluation and analytical methods and Pre-K-12 and higher education adviser; jlincove@umbc.edu)


NANCY A. MILLER

Ph.D., University of Chicago; health policy, disability and long-term care, health disparities, aging policy (health policy adviser; nanmille@umbc.edu)


DAVID S. SALKEVER

Ph.D., Harvard University; economics of health policy and health care financing, economics of mental health, disability studies, economics and behavior of nonprofit organizations (evaluation and analytical methods, and health policy adviser; salkever@umbc.edu)


JOHN RENNIE SHORT

Ph.D., University of Bristol, UK; urban issues, globalization and the city, megalopolis, urban theory, land use planning (urban policy adviser; jrs@umbc.edu)


EMERITUS PUBLIC POLICY FACULTY
GEORGE R. LANOUE, Ph.D., Yale University; Professor Emeritus, Public Policy and Political Science; education policy (K-12 and higher education), constitutional law and policy (civil rights and First Amendment), public procurement policy (glanoue@umbc.edu)
MARVIN B. MANDELL

Ph.D., Northwestern University; program and policy evaluation, evidence-based policymaking

(mandell@umbc.edu)

DONALD F. NORRIS, Ph.D., University of Virginia; urban and metropolitan politics, public management, computer and information systems in public organizations including electronic government (norris@umbc.edu)


ECONOMICS
ROBERT CARPENTER

Ph.D., Washington University; macroeconomics, monetary economics, industrial organization, theory of the firm (bobc@umbc.edu)


DENNIS COATES

Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park; public economics, public finance, sports economics (coates@umbc.edu)


LISA DICKSON

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin; labor economics, economics of education, econometrics (ldickson@umbc.edu)


SCOTT FARROW

Ph.D., Washington State University; industrial organization, environmental economics and risk analysis (farrow@umbc.edu)


THOMAS H. GINDLING, JR.

Ph.D., Cornell University; economic development (Economics advisor; gindling@umbc.edu)


DOUGLAS LAMDIN

Ph.D., University of Maryland; corporate finance, managerial economics (lamdin@umbc.edu)


DAVID MITCH, Chair

Ph.D., University of Chicago;

American and European economic history (mitch@umbc.edu)
MORGAN ROSE

Ph.D., Washington University; Applied microeconomics, corporate finance, corporate governance, industrial organization, financial institutions (mrose@umbc.edu)



CHRISTELLE VIAUROUX

Ph.D., University of Toulouse, France; theoretical and applied econometrics, structural applied microeconomics, structural applied game theory, microeconomics (ckviauro@umbc.edu)
CHRISTINE YEE

Ph.D., University of California-Berkeley; health economics, public policy, applied econometrics, labor economics (yee@umbc.edu)
CHUNMING YUAN

Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles; international economics and finance, financial economics, econometrics (cmyuan@umbc.edu)
EDUCATION
CHRISTOPHER RAKES

Ph.D., University of Louisville; mathematics education, secondary education, mathematics misconceptions, teacher knowledge, research methodology, research quality (rakes@umbc.edu)


EUGENE SCHAFFER

Ed.D, Temple University; international education, classroom interaction, school reform, school effectiveness, schools high-reliability, students placed at-risk (schaffer@umbc.edu)


MICHELE STITES

Ed.D., George Washington University; early childhood, mathematics, special education;

(mstites@umbc.edu)
EMERGENCY HEALTH SERVICES
RICHARD BISSELL

Ph.D., University of Denver;

Emergency Public Health, Disaster Epidemiology, Emergency Management, EMS Research (emergency services adviser; bissell@umbc.edu)
J. LEE JENKINS, Chair

M.D., The George Washington University School of Medicine;

Emergency Public Health and Disaster Health (jleejenkins@umbc.edu)
BRUCE WALZ

Ph.D., University of Maryland;

Education and EMS (walz@umbc.edu)
GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
MATTHEW BAKER

Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; watershed ecology, riparian ecosystems, ecosystem/landscape ecology, watershed hydrology and biogeochemistry, (mbaker@umbc.edu)


DAWN BIEHLER

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin – Madison; historical geography of public health in US cities, environmental justice, urban and feminist political ecology, housing, human-animal interactions (dbiehler@umbc.edu)


ERLE C. ELLIS

Ph.D., Cornell University; global ecology, landscape ecology, biogeochemistry, land-use change and sustainable land management (ece@umbc.edu)


MARGARET B. HOLLAND

PhD. University of Wisconsin-Madison; human dimensions of environmental change, land tenure, environmental conservation and resource management, land use dynamics, rural livelihood strategies (mbholland@umbc.edu)


DAVID LANSING

Ph.D., Ohio State University;

Rural livelihoods, political ecology, environmental governance, climate change policy (dlansing@umbc.edu)
ALAN YEAKLEY, Chair

Ph.D., University of Virginia; ecosystem ecology, watershed hydrology, with emphases on urban ecology and riparian ecosystems (yeakley@ubmc.edu)




HISTORY


REBECCA BOEHLING

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison; Holocaust, post-World War II Germany and German-American relations (boehling@umbc.edu)


CHRISTY FORD CHAPIN

Ph.D., University of Virginia; political business, and economic history and capitalism studies (cchapin@umbc.edu)


MARJOLEINE KARS, Chair

Ph.D., Duke University; U.S. colonial, Atlantic World, American women’s history (kars@umbc.edu)


MEREDITH OYEN

Ph.D., Georgetown; Sino-American relations, the role of migrants, transnational networks, and nongovernmental organizations in bilateral relations in the twentieth century (oyen@ubmc.edu)


DANIEL RITSCHEL

Ph.D., Oxford; Great Britain, economic and social policy, historiography (policy history adviser; ritschel@umbc.edu)


LANGUAGE, LITERACY and CULTURE
CEDRIC HERRING

Ph.D., University of Michigan;

Workplace diversity, race and public policy, stratification and inequality, jobs and economic development (cherring@umbc.edu)
POLITICAL SCIENCE
CAROLYN FORESTIERE, Chair

Ph.D., Emory University; comparative politics, Western Europe, institutions, research methodology (forestie@umbc.edu)


LAURA HUSSEY

Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park; social welfare and morality policy; public opinion on policy issues; American public policy, politics, and administration (lhussey@umbc.edu)


TYSON KING-MEADOWS

Ph.D.; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Congress, African-

American politics, electoral behavior (tkingmea@umbc.edu)


ROY T. MEYERS

Ph.D., University of Michigan; American politics, budgeting, public administration and policy

(meyers@umbc.edu)
THOMAS SCHALLER

PhD. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; American politics, campaigns, elections, parties, media politics (schaller@umbc.edu)


PSYCHOLOGY
KENNETH I. MATON

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; how social support systems and community involvement help people (especially Baltimore youth) cope and overcome difficult life stresses (maton@umbc.edu)


SOCIOLOGY
MARINA A. ADLER

Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park; social stratification and inequality; cross-national gender, work and family policy; sociology of women; research methods and statistics (adler@umbc.edu)


J. KEVIN ECKERT, Chair

Ph.D., Northwestern University; environmental gerontology, medical anthropology, aging services management and delivery, residential care//long-term care quality, qualitative research (eckert@umbc.edu)


LOREN HENDERSON

Ph.D., University of Illinois; diversity issues, stratification and inequality, health disparities, and race, class, gender and sexuality (loren@umbc.edu)


ANDREA KALFOGLOU

Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University; bioethics, public health ethics, reproductive policy and ethics, genetics policy and ethics, research ethics, public engagement in science and policymaking (akalfogl@umbc.edu)
ROBERT L. RUBINSTEIN

Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College; cultural and medical anthropology, anthropology of aging, gerontology, gender, qualitative research methods (rrubinst@umbc.edu)


JOHN G. SCHUMACHER

Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University; medical sociology, physician-patient relationships, health care delivery in emergency departments and assisted living facilities, social gerontology, research methods (jschuma@umbc.edu)


MARY E. STUART

Sc.D., Johns Hopkins University; international best practices in rehabilitation and the prevention and management of chronic disease, health care organization and delivery, decision support for policy and management (stuart@umbc.edu)





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