|Valbona Bejieri, Ph.D. , Associate Professor firstname.lastname@example.org|
Prediction Inference, Bayesian Methods, Experimental Design, Survey Methodology, Applications in the field of Biostatistics, Environmental and Social Studies
Kimberly Bell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Health Behaviors, Cardiac Activity, Cognition and Neural Correlates
Angela Bullock, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Technology in Social Work Education and Practice, Informal Caregiving, Co-ed Mental Health
Wanda M. Colston, Ph.D., Professor
Language and Learning, Multicultural Communication
Abdi Darai, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Chaos and Fractais, Differential Equations
Angelyn Spaulding Flowers, J.D., Ph.D., Professor
Development and utilization of computer models and computer-based simulations to examine social destabilization phenomenon such as crime or terrorism within a complex systems framework.
Pamela Hampton-Garland, Ph.D., Assistant Professor email@example.com
Gifted and Talented Education Advocacy, College and Career Readiness
Sylvia I. B. Hill, Ph.D., Professor
Use of research and community organizing techniques to mobilize communities to work on public safety. In particular, developing a geo-spatial neighborhood intervention model to reduce homicide, vehicular theft, and other indices of decaying neighborhoods.
Brandy Huderson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Mammary gland breast cancer, Steroid Receptor biology
Amanda Huron, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Urban Geography, Cooperative Housing, Urban Commons, GIS, DC History
Arleen King-Berry, JD, Professor
Judith Korey, M.A., Music Program Coordinator/Jazz Archives Curator firstname.lastname@example.org
Preservation and Access, Presenting Music
Chereen Leid, B.S., Project Coordinator MSI-CBO email@example.com
HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Alcohol Abuse, Campus Assaults
Maxine LeGail, M.S., Associate Professor
Communications Studies, Story Telling/Folk, African American English
Pamela Mertens, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Post Traumatic Stress
Carl Moore, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Universal Design for Learning Inclusion, Educational Technology
Patricia M. Myers, Ed. D., Professor
Recruiting Effective Teachers: Identifying Qualities that Make a Difference. This research examines pre- and post-assessment data, self-identified personal attributes, and mentor assessments of participants in the District of Columbia Teacher Institute Program (DC-TIP), a Transition to Teaching grant-funded program.
Heidi Oliver-O'Gilvie, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Qualitative research on the work, lives and experiences of urban learners guided by highly-effective practitioners; work anchored in hip-hop, culturally relevant pedagogy and critical theory; collaborations in the field to craft manuscripts that include practical strategies for in-service practitioners.
Hailemichael Seyoum, Ph.D., Professor
Research in magnetism and magnetic materials, superconductivity, analyze and model magnetic hysteresis data, and atomic and molecular spectroscopy.
Wynn Yarbrough, Ph.D., Chair, Division Arts and Humanities/Associate Professorwyarbrough@udc.edu
Children’s Literature, Children’s Poetry, Gender, Education Literacy, Modern American Poetry, British/Commonwealth Poetry
Anne Marie Jean-Baptiste, RN, CCRN, MSN, Assistant Professor
Reducing high blood pressure (HPB) among inner –city black men
Sapna Batheja, M.S., Project Specialist
Pier Broadnax, Ph.D., Associate Professor/Director, RN/BSN Program
Breast Cancer, Minority Women, Leadership Development for Baccalaureate
Mohamed A. Elhelu, Ph.D.
Environmental Health, Environmental Education (i.e. lead in drinking water, lead in house dust to the effect of organisms such as Giardia, Trichinella and Tyrpanosoma on human health
Xiaocuh Hu, Ph.D. Project Specialist for Applied Economic Evaluation
Economic Development; Sustainable Development; Labor Economics; Immigration Policy
Claudia John, MHA.GER, Project Specialist
Seniors; Healthy Living, Life Style Chances; Women’s Health; Public Health
Dwane Jones, Ph.D. Director, Center for Sustainable Development
Environmental Science; Economic Analysis; Sustainable Science
Lillie Monroe-Lord, Ph.D., Director, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health Center
Obesity, Nutrition Education, Diabetes, Health Disparities, Food.
Sabine O'Hara, Dean, College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental SciencesPh.D.
Dr. O’Hara is a respected author, researcher and higher education executive and is well known for her expertise in sustainable economic development, global education and executive leadership. Her research interest includes community development, environmental science, urban stability, health education, Nursing, Nutrition, Dietetics and Gerontology.
Lorraine Weller-Clarke, Ph.D., Project Specialist, Urban Agriculture
Bio-Diversity and Eco-System Services; Urban Agriculture Eco-Systems; Food Systems
Kamran Zendehdel, Ph.D. Assist. Dir., Center for Sustainable Developmentkamran.firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Policy, Group Decision-Making Methods; Community Engagement; Environmental Stability
Nikolai V. Ostapenko, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Cross-border business transactions, globalization of entrepreneurship, evolution of international economic integration, and in a variety of aspects of transnational management and global marketing management.
Yolandra Plummer, Ph.D., Director, Counseling & Student Dev.
Human Service, Equal Rights in Higher Education, Working with Special Populations
|Abiose O. Adebayo, Ph.D., Professor/Chair|
Computational Fluid Dynamics and Computational Structural Dynamics (CFD/CSD) method in the study of forced response and flutter of a turbomachinery row in the time domain.
Pradeep K. Behera, Ph. D., P.E., D.WRE, Associate Professor
Urban Stormwater Management, Non-point Source Pollution, Water Resources Engineering, Erosion and Sediment Control, Sustainable Urban Water Systems, Environmental Systems, Spatio-Temporal Informatics.
Paul Cotae, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Wireless mobile communication systems including B3G, CDMA/TDMA and 4G communication technologies, performance analysis, systems design, physical layer capability, the design of advanced communication algorithms, and recommendations for standards in B3G digital wireless communication systems.
Dong Hyun Jeong, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
HCI, Visual Analytics, Visualization, Cloud Computing, Physical Computing
Junwhan Kim, Ph.D., Assistant Professor email@example.com
Distributed Systems; Software and Hardware Transactional Memory; Fault Tolerance; Wireless Networking; Cross-layer Optimization
Samuel Lakeou, Ph.D., Professor firstname.lastname@example.org
Solar Cell Efficiency, Laser Assisted Prototyping, Pulsed Laser Deposition of Thin Films, Data Acquisition System Design, Renewable Energy Power Systems, VLSI Design
Lily R. Liang, Ph.D., Associate Professor email@example.com
Research interests include but are not limited to: data mining, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition and digital image processing. In the past several years, she has been focusing on developing and applying algorithms in the biomedical field.
LaVonne Manning, M.S., Associate Professor firstname.lastname@example.org
Educational research involving robotics, including the use of robotics as a way to attract and retain students in computer science and to encourage the pursuit of graduate studies
James C. Shakir, Ph.D., Assistant Professor email@example.com
Distributed Application, Cloud Distribution, Network Security
Devdas Shetty, Ph.D., Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Mechatronics Design, Production Engineering and Design, Industrial Engineering and Design, Biomedical Research, Rehabilitation Suspension Systems,
Xueging Song, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Design and synthesis of derivatives of biologically potential organic and organometallic molecules aimed at enhancing their bioavailability and target selectivity; 2. Characterization of their structures using state-of-the-art spectroscopic, photo-physical, and electrochemical methods; Understanding of the relationship between the properties of the molecular components and their bioavailability, and then to use that knowledge to direct our synthetic efforts.
Lara Thompson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Postural Control, Balance Rehabilitation Devises/Aids, Prostheses Implants, Rehabilitation Robotics
Pawan Tyagi, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Molecular Spintronics, Solar Cells, Biomedical Sensors, Nanomaterials based devices
Briana L. Wellman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor firstname.lastname@example.org
Multi-robots, Educational Robotics, Autonomous Systems
Byunggu Yu, Ph.D., Professor email@example.com
Novel techniques for managing and accessing continuously changing information in space-time continuum and already proven techniques for managing low- to high-dimensional data presented in many publications in leading scientific forums in Computer Science.
Ahmet Zeytinci, Ph.D. Professor
Numerical Methods in Structural Analysis, Vibrations, Plates and Shells, Foundation Design and Finite Element Analysis in Engineering Problems.
Yoa Yu, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Public Transportation Planning
Nian Zhang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Neural networks, fuzzy logic and their applications in autonomous robot navigation, signal processing, security, energy and power grid, and related fields, and VLSI/FPGA design.
Robyn Ellis, M.A., Director, College Readiness and Community Outreach firstname.lastname@example.org
College Readiness, Community Outreach
Kimberly Ford, MPA., Dean, Workforce Development and Life Long Learning
Workforce Development, Lifelong Learning
Yolanda Harris, M.Ed., Division Director, Business Department
Business, Marketing, Business Education, Fashion
Marilyn Hamilton, M.Ed. Assistant Dean, Academic Affairs
Effective practices related to training prospective teachers to use technology in the classroom, and the use of electronic portfolios in teacher preparation programs; 1. The effect of a single course, Technology for Teachers, on teacher candidates' use of technology in the classroom during and after student teaching.
Sandra Jowers-Barber, Ph.D., Director, Humanities Division email@example.com
Interpreting, documenting and chronicling the history of the African American Deaf Community
|Scott King, M.S., M.S., |
Associate Professor/Program Coordinator
Student Development, Servant Leadership, Management Education, Hospitality Industry, Experiential Education, Study Abroad
Harold Obiakor, M.D. Adjunct Professor (Science/Math)
The control and eradication malaria parasites, Prevention of placental malaria, Infant Mortality
Beverly Bennett-Roberts, Ph.D. Adjunct Prof., ECLT Program Advisor firstname.lastname@example.org
Edith R. Westfall, D.Sc. Associate Dean, Workforce Development and Life Long Learning
Workforce Development, Lifelong Learning
Katherine S. Broderick, JD, Dean, David A. Clarke School of Law email@example.com
Legal Education, Poverty and Inequality, First Amendment, Pro Bono Legal Services, Legal Education, Poverty and Inequality, First Amendment, Pro Bono Legal Services
Nancy Carlson, Ph.D., Coordinator, Counseling Graduate Program
Gifted and Talented Education (advocacy for underrepresented populations), Differentiated Counseling needs in the Schools.
Serena Butler-Johnson, Psy.D., Director, Counseling and Student Development Center firstname.lastname@example.org
Women’s Issues, Mental Health, Expressive Therapy, Psycho-Therapy, Suicide Prevention, Body Image, Eating Disorders, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Working with diverse populations, Mind/Body Connections
Ayana Elliott, DPN, Health Services Director email@example.com
HIV/AIDS, Health Issues
Sislena Ledbetter, Ph.D., Director, Counseling/Student Development firstname.lastname@example.org
Leadership, Diversity, HIV/AIDS, Domestic4 Violence, Behavioral Health