Deborah Geare, Associate Director (email@example.com)
Lindita Dietzen, Business Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Elle Trusz, Business Specialist (email@example.com)
Michele Bange, Administrative Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Faculty who have submitted proposals through MIPAR
MIPAR draws upon the expertise of members of the UMBC faculty to serve as principal investigators or advisors in its research endeavors.
Timothy J. Brennan, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. Antitrust law and policy, regulatory economics, electricity markets, telecommunications and broadcasting, copyright and intellectual property, philosophy of economics
George R. La Noue, Ph.D., Yale University. Education policy (K-12 and higher), constitutional law and policy (civil rights and First Amendment), public procurement policy
Marvin B. Mandell, Ph.D., Northwestern University. Program and policy evaluation; evidence-based policymaking
Nancy A. Miller, Ph.D., University of Chicago. Health policy, disability and long term care, health disparities, aging policy
David 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
Bambi Chapin, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego. Psychodynamics and child development in socio-cultural context, social and emotional relationships, mental health and illness, dissociation and trauma, trance and spirit possession, South Asia
Sarah Chard, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University. Healthcare utilization, treatment adherence, urban anthropology
J. Kevin Eckert, Ph.D., Northwestern University. Environmental gerontology, medical anthropology, aging services management and delivery, residential care/long term care quality, qualitative research
Ann Christine Frankowski, Ph.D., Indiana University. Cultural anthropology, residential settings and support communities for older adults, qualitative research methods
Andrea Kalfoglou, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Bioethics, public health ethics, reproductive policy and ethics, genetics policy and ethics research, public engagement in science and policymaking
Christine Mair, Ph.D., North Carolina State. Life course, social ties, family, aging, health, social inequality (race, class, and gender), and globalization
Leslie Morgan, Ph.D., University of Southern California. Aging, gender roles, family, senior living arrangements
Robert L. Rubinstein, Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College. Cultural and medical anthropology, anthropology of aging, gerontology, gender, qualitative research methods
John Schumacher, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve. Medical sociology, physician-patient relationships, health care delivery in emergency departments and assisted living facilities, social gerontology, research methods
Brandy Harris Wallace, Ph.D., Florida State University, Tallahassee. Social inequality (race, class, gender), paraprofessional healthcare workforce in senior housing, physician-patient interaction, health disparities.
Robert E. Carpenter, Ph.D., Washington University in St. Louis. Macroeconomics, monetary economics, industrial organization, theory of the firm
Dennis Coates, Ph.D., University of Maryland. Public choice, public finance, sports economics
Lisa Dickson, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin. Labor economics, economics of education, econometrics
Scott Farrow, Ph.D., Washington State University. Industrial organization, environmental economics and risk analysis.
Tim Gindling, Ph.D., Cornell University. Economic development
David H. Greenberg, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Emeritus). Labor economics, industrial relations.
Emergency Management Services
Richard Bissell, Ph.D., University of Denver. Disaster public health, international EMS, emergency management
Geography and Environmental Systems
David Lansing, Ph.D., Ohio State University, conservation policy and rural livelihoods
Christy Ford Chapin, Ph.D., University of Virginia. Political economy, capitalism studies, U.S. 20th century (2014 MIPAR Faculty Fellow)
Amy Froide, Ph.D., Duke University. Early modern Britain, gender (2015 MIPAR Faculty Fellow)
Language, Literacy and Culture
Christine Mallinson, Ph.D. North Carolina State University. Language in its social context
Modern Languages, Linguistics and Intercultural Communication
Sara Z. Poggio, Ph.D., University of Maryland. Latin American societies, Hispanics in the U.S.
Jeffrey Davis, Ph.D., Georgia State University. Public law and human rights (2014 MIPAR Faculty Fellow)
Tyson King-Meadows, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Congress, African-American politics, electoral behavior
Susan Sonnenschein, Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook. Educational/cognitive development of children from different SES and ethnicities