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Associate Professor, Sociology & Criminal Justice
Prof. DeYoung's expertise is in maternal and child health in crisis and disaster settings, with a focus on infant feeding in emergencies.
Evacuation Decision-making Companion Animals in Disasters Maternal & Infant Health in Disasters Refugee & Immigrant Well-being Psychological Sense of Community Weather Warnings and Risk Communication
Core Faculty, Disaster Research Center; Assistant Professor, Biden School of Public Policy and Administration
Prof. Siders' research focuses on climate change adaptation policies with an emphasis on managed retreat.
Flood Exposure & Resilience Climate & Disaster Study Managed Retreat Environmental Justice Climate-related Hazards Climate Change Adaptation Policies Climate Change Adaptation Climate Change Environmental Video Games
Director / Professor, Disaster Research Center / Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice
Prof. Wachtendorf expertise lies in the social, organizational, and decision-making aspects of disasters.
evacuations Multi-organizational coordination and responses in disasters Transnational crises Improvisation and adaptation Community-based approaches to preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation Disaster Decision-making Disaster Donations Social Vulnerability
Professor and Director, Epidemiology
Jennifer Horney's research focuses on the health impacts of disasters and public health emergencies including climate change.
Epidemiology epidemic COVID-19 Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response Rapid Assessment Applied Epidemiology Outbreak Investigations Disaster Epidemiology Coronavirus Pandemic
Professor, Sociology and Criminal Justice; Africana Studies
Prof. Payne's research examines gun violence; policing and reentry; and educational inequality in street-identified populations.
Gun Violence Street Ethnography School Violence and School-To-Prison Pipeline Experiences With Police Ethnographic Field Research Prison Reentry Gangster Rap Music and Culture Street Participatory Action Research (Street PAR)
Professor and Deputy Dean, Biden School of Public Policy & Administration
Can discuss behavioral responses to disasters, including household risk management and decision making about warnings and evacuation orders.
Public and organizational behavior in disasters Disaster Mitigation Smart Warning Systems Mobile Warning Systems Disaster Warning Systems Disaster Response Disaster Research Disaster housing
Assistant Professor, Human Development and Family Sciences
Prof. Carey's research serves to make sense of the school experiences of black and Latino adolescent boys and young men in urban contexts.
Teacher Education Post-Secondary Education Developmental Psychology African American Education Latino Education
Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences
Prof. Gable has expertise in emotion and motivational science; our sense of time, and neuroscience
Emotional Theory Motivation Neuroscience Social Psychology Autism Neuromarketing and Research Design Substance Use and Recovery
Professor, Marine Science and Policy
Prof. Trembanis research focuses on understanding beaches for resilience and mapping the seafloor using robots to develop the Blue Economy.
Seafloor Mapping Coastal Erosion and Morphodynamics Hurricanes and Nor'easters Underwater Robots Shipwrecks Artificial Reefs Ripples Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems
Associate Professor, Management
Dr. Sleesman studies the psychology of decision-making, negotiation and conflict resolution, as well as team effectiveness.
Motivation Teamwork Dynamics Negotiation Decision-Making Conflict Resolution Psychology
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