|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|
|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
|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 email@example.com|
|Preservation and Access, Presenting Music|
|Chereen Leid, B.S., Project Coordinator MSI-CBO firstname.lastname@example.org|
|HIV/AIDS, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Alcohol Abuse, Campus Assaults|
|Carl Moore, Ph.D., Associate Professor
|Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Universal Design for Learning Inclusion, Educational Technology|
|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|
|Sislena Ledbetter, Ph.D., Professor email@example.com|
|Leadership, Diversity, HIV/AIDS, Domestic4 Violence, Behavioral Health|
|Genell Anderson, AIA, Department of Urban Architecture and Community Planning
|The design and architecture of buildings and public facilities and DC Code for building compliance.|
|Elmira Asongwed, MS, RN, CNE, Associate Professor, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
|Secondary prevention with anklebrachial index measurements to identify peripheral artery disease and evidence-based education interventions for adult learners|
|Yacov Assa, Lab Technician, Environmental Quality Testing Lab, Water Resources Research Institute
|Soil Biogeochemistry, Soil Fertility Management, Climate Change, Water Quality, and Soil Conservation|
|Mchezaji “Che” Axum, Director of the Center for Urban Agriculture and Gardening Education
|Soil Nutrition, High Intensity Urban Farming, Agroecology|
|Ralph Belton, RA, CSI, NOMA, ASEE, Associate Professor, Department of Urban Architecture and Community Planning
|Pier Broadnax, Ph.D., Director, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
|Leadership Development, Breast Cancer in Minority Women, Childhood Obesity|
|Kathy Dixon, AIA, NOMA, LEED AP BD+C Associate, Associate Professor, Department of Urban Architecture and Community Planning
|Urban Planning, LEED buildings|
|Lorraine Weller Clarke, Ph.D., Project Specialist In Urban Agriculture, Center for Urban Agriculture and Gardening Education
|Community Gardens and Well Being, Urban Biodiversity, Heavy Metals in Soils, Soil Ecology|
|Justine Cromer, Project Specialist, Green Business and Social Entrepreneurship, Center for Sustainable Development
|Integrated Marketing, Strategic Communications, Change Management, and Sustainable Business Development|
|Tolessa Deksissa, Ph.D., Director, Water Resources Research Institute, Professional Science Master’s in Water Resource Management and the Environmental Quality Testing Lab
|Water quality assessment and modeling; emerging contaminants; GIS based modeling of green infrastructure; trace metal analysis and speciation with ICP-MS ; analysis of pesticide, PCBs and emerging contaminants with GC-MS, analysis of pharmaceutical and personal care products using TOF-MS with DSA; fate and transport of organic contaminants in soil and water; modeling integrated urban wastewater system; adaptive water resources management; and fostering significant learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics|
|Prema Ganganna, Ph.D., Chair, Division of Nutrition, Nursing and Health
|Diabetic Nutrition, improving the dietary habits of the elderly, identifying barriers to good nutrition in the low socioeconomic areas of Washington, D.C.|
|William Hare, MSc., Associate Dean for Landgrant Programs
|Soil Nutrients, Water Resources Management, Ethnic and Specialty Crops|
|B. Michelle Harris, Associate Professor, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics
|Minority health issues and reducing health disparities|
|Dr. Elgloria Harrison, the Special Assistant to the Dean
|Community-based approaches to Asthma Management, Climate Change and its impact on human health, disaster preparedness, and cultural and emotional intelligence|
|Barbara S. Harvey, Assistant Professor, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics
|Xiaochu Hu, Ph.D., Project Specialist in Applied Economic Evaluation, Center for Sustainable Development
|Economic Development and Immigration Policy|
|Anne Marie Jean-Baptiste, MSN, RN, CCRN, CEN, Assistant Professor, Bachelor of Science Nursing
|Critical Care and Adult Emergency Nursing|
|Susan Schaefer Kliman, Ph.D., AIA, Chair, Division of Architecture and Urban Sustainability
|Urban heat island effect, and mitigation through appropriate building design, High performance buildings, Building science, Integration of landscape with the structure to improve energy efficiency, and incorporation of urban agriculture/farming with residential design|
|Tia Jeffrey, Ph.D., Project Specialist, Center for Nutrition, Diet and Health
|Urban Health Disparities, positive youth development via nutrition education and fitness, and Senior Wellness|
|Dwane Jones, Ph.D., Director, Center for Sustainable Development
|Urban Sustainability, Urban Stormwater Management, Environmental Policy, Urban Design, Public Health|
|Ashley Milton, Ph.D., Project Specialist, Environmental & Public Health in the Center for Sustainable Development
|The valuation, benefit transfer, the ecology of deforestation and the links to human health, and conservation of biodiversity|
|Lillie Monroe-Lord, Director, Center for Nutrition, Diet and Health
|Inner City Childhood Obesity Prevention, Food Security, Health Literacy and Geriatrics|
|Sabine O’Hara, Ph.D., Dean and Director of Landgrant Programs
|Sustainable Economic Development, Community based approaches to Economic Development, Ecological and Agricultural Economics, stakeholder based assessment, Discourse Based Valuation, Economic Development and its Social/Cultural and Environmental Context.|
|Clarence Pearson, Jr., Distinguished Professor, Architectural Research Institute
|The design and management of residential, commercial, civil and institutional structures.|
|Matthew Richardson, Ph.D.
|Understanding plant-insect relationships in human-managed, disturbed, and restored habitats.|
|Sebhat Tefera, Project Specialist, Environmental Quality Testing Lab, Water Resources Research Institute
|Perchlorate analyses in drinking and ground water contaminants, vegetables, fruits and milk by LC/MS/MS (Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry), sodium in low sodium food products by ICP/MS (Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry), and detection of the adulteration of cereal flours with melamine and related triazine byproducts of ammeline, ammelide, and cyanuric acid by HPLC/DAD (High-Performance Liquid Chromatography with Diode-Array Detection)|
|Harris Trobman, Project Specialist in Green Infrastructure, Center for Sustainable Development
|restoration of urban systems, with a particular interest on diverse and complex systems, and his skills include socially responsive design, community engagement, landscape architecture, urban design, and horticulture|
|Kamran Zendehdel, Ph.D., Assistant Director, Center for Sustainable Development
|Urban Sustainability, Environmental Policy, Experimental Design, Community Engagement, Group Decision Making|
|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|
|Anyu, Julius Ndumbe (2011). Blood Oil, Ethnicity and the Conflict in the Niger Delta Region in Nigeria. Mediterranean Quarterly, 22(1). Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Anyu, Julius Ndumbe (2013). The Cameroon-South Korea (Mobilong) Diamong Project and its Implications for Sustainable Development in Cameroon. Mediterranean Quarterly, 24(2). Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Anyu, Julius Ndumbe (2014). Cote d’Ivoire: Ethnic Turmoil and Foreign Intervention. Africa Today. (Forthcoming) Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Anyu, Julius Ndumbe (2015). Teething Problemsin Litigation and Regulation of Ej-Commerce. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 7(3). (Co-authored with Dr. Chigbo Ofong) Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
|Brown-Gaston, Racquel, and Sepehri, Mohamad (2017). Volkswagen – When the Defiance of Business Ethics Laws Becomes the New Normal, International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, 2(11), 5319-5332, http://ijsser.org/view_past2017.php?issue=11 Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Brown-Gaston, Racquel (2017). The Unsuccessful Courting of Uber and the European Union, International Journal of Economics, Business and Management Research, 1(05), 418-424, http://ijebmr.com/uploads/ART_01_113.pdf Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
|Hua, Jian (2011). How Can We Deter Cyber-Terrorism? Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective, 21(2). (Co-authored)
Hua, Jian (2013). The Economic Impact of Cyber Terrorism, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 22(2). (Co-authored)
Hua, Jian (2013). Who Can We Trust: The Economic Impact of Insider Threats. Journal of Global Information Technology Management. (Co-authored)
|Ivanov, Sergey (2011). Why Organizations Fail: A Conversation About American Competitiveness. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 4(1). Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Ivanov, Sergey (2011). U.S. Analyst Predicts a Nationwide Russian Crisis in 2035-2040. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1(15). Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Ivanov, Sergey (2011). Application of Knowledge Management for Strengthening Customer Satisfaction in Service Industries. Actual Problems of Economics, 12(2). (co-authored)Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Ivanov, Sergey (2013). Defects in Modern Organizations: Field Findings and Discovery. International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology, 4(2). Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Ivanov, Sergey (2014). Applied Organizational Research: Scholarship at the School of Business and Public Administration, University of the District of Columbia. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 6(4). Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
|Mahone, Charlie E. (2014). A Framework for Informal Economy Entry: Socio-Spatial NecessityOpportunity, and Structural-Based Factors. Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal, 20(2). Co- authored with S. Gibbs and M. Crump) Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15|
|Makhlouf, H. (2011). Social Entrepreneurship: Generating Solutions to Global Challenges. International Journal of Management and Information Systems, 15(1). Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Makhlouf, H. (2012). The Multidimensional Impact of International Tourism. International Business and Economic Research Journal, 11(2). Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Makhlouf, H. (2012). The Internationalization of Small Entrepreneurial Firms: A Conceptual Framework. A.T. Business Management Review, 8(1). (co-authored) Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Makhlouf, H. (2012). Globalization and Labor Market Migration. International Journal of Business and Social Science, Volume 3. Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Makhlouf, H. (2014). Facets of Globalization. International Journal of Business and Social Science. Volume 5, No. 1. Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
Makhlouf, H. (2014). The Causes and Consequences of Sovereign Debt. International Journal of Business, Humanities, and Technology, 4 (6). Faculty Articles Published in Peer Reviewed Journals in 2011-15
|Journal Articles Co-Authored with Students|
|Ivanov, S. and Sofia Stasishyn (2013). Organizations De-robotized: Innovation and Productivity in a Workplace Environment. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 5(4).
Ivanov, S. and Raysa Leer (2013). Rethinking the Future of Learning: The Possibilities and Limitations of Technology in Education in the 21 st Century. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 5(4).
Ivanov, S. and Sana Kifafi (2013). A Deeper Look into Education from the USA to Amman, Jordan. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 5(4).
Ivanov, S., Eddie Lawton and Fikru Taye (2014). Job Insecurity and Other Leadership Issues in Organizations. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 8(2).
Ivanov, S. and Bryan Epps (2014). U.S. Banks: Can They Improve? A Deming Analysis of Internal Operations. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 8(2).
Ivanov, S. and Eddie Lawton (2014). Satisfying Internal Customers: How to Improve Facility Management Quality at a University. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 6(4).
Ivanov, S. and Victoria Nambwaayo (2014). Enhancing Productivity of a Firm: Case of a Research Organization in Uganda. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 6(4).
Ivanov, S. and Giresse Pembele (2014). Why Small Organizations Turn Down Research Requests: A Case Study. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 6(4).
Ivanov, S. and Bello Bello (2014). Growth Strategies for Very Small Organizations: A Case Study of a Very Small Entreprenship. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 6(4).
Ivanov, S. and Raysa Leer (2014). Applied Organizational Study of Free Jobs Training Program in Washington, D.C. Research Case on Structuring of Workforce Development in the Capital of the United States. International Journal of Organizational Innovation 6(4).
Ivanov, S. and Treerakit Ophartkaruna (2014). Challenges of a Small Business in Thailand: How to Reposition for Growth. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 6(4).
|Books Published by Faculty in 2011-2013|
|Anyu, Julius Ndumbe, and Mohammed El-Khawas (2012). Hot Issues in Contemporary African Politics, New York and London: Mellen Press.
Makhlouf, H., and Alsaaty, F. (2012). The Entrepreneurial Reach. Tarentum, Pennsylvania: Word Association Publishers.
Area Robotics, STEM programs
Hossain Azam, Ph.D., P.E.
Experimental and modeling based water and wastewater (municipal & industrial) treatment, Solid waste management with leachate treatment, Water-energy-food-climate nexus, Environmental chemistry and microbiology, Groundwater/sediment remediation, Resources recovery, Environmental engineering education
Pradeep Behera, Ph.D., P.E., DWRE (Department Chair)
Water resources engineering, Urban water systems, Storm water management, Non-point source pollution, Climate change
Li Chen, Ph.D.
Image processing, Object-oriented programming and design, Algorithm design and complexity, Discrete Geometry and Digital Geometry, Data Science: Theory and Applications
Paul Cotae, Ph.D.
Digital communication, Cyber security, Machine learning, Anomaly detection, Intrusion visualization
Hongmei Dang, Ph.D.
Nanoscale device fabrication & modelling, Defect analysis, Nanoscale electronic & solar cells, 2D materials
Max Denis, Ph.D.
Diagnostic ultrasound & tissue elasticity imaging, Breast and thyroid cancer detection, Acoustic remote sensing
Anteneh Girma, Ph.D.
Information Security and Assurance, CyberSecurity, CyberSecurity Intelligence, CyberSecurity Governance, Risk Management, and Security Auditing, Cloud Computing and Security, Internet of Things and security, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Cryptography, and Data Science
Sasan Haghani, Ph.D.
Smart Grid and Renewable Energy, Wireless Sensor Networks, Broadband Communications
Bryan Higgs, Ph.D.
Psychophysiological driver behavior, Transportation network vulnerability and optimization, Travel demand modeling, Multi-level multi-objective game theory
Dong Hyun Jeong, Ph.D.
Human-computer interaction, Visual analytics, Information visualization, Cloud computing
Thabet Kacem, Ph.D.
Cybersecurity, Smart transportation systems, Software-defined radios/radars, Cyber physical systems, Sea level rise
Junwhan Kim, Ph.D.
Distributed systems, software and hardware transactional memory, Fault tolerance, Wireless networking, Cross-layer optimization
Kate Klein, Ph.D. (Department Chair)
Nanomaterials synthesis & characterization, Microscopy, Electron and ion beam applications, In-situ experimentation, Mechanical properties of materials
Lily Liang, Ph.D.
Digital image processing, Artificial intelligence, Bioinformatics, Data mining
Wagdy Mahmoud, Ph.D., P.E.
System-level hardware/software co-design, Digital signal processing, Embedded & cyber-physical systems
Ludwig C. Nitsche, Ph.D.
Microhydrodynamics, multiphase flow and diffusion, computer simulations with particle methods, applied mathematics, applications in drug delivery
Timothy Oladunni, Ph.D.
Data analysis, Pattern recognition, Software engineering, Deep learning, Business intelligence, Data mining
Esther Ososanya, Ph.D. (Department Chair)
Microcomputer architecture, VLSI & ASIC designs, Embedded systems, Nanotechnology, Renewable energy
Amir Shahirinia, Ph.D.
Power systems integration of renewable energy and control, Bayesian statistical analysis & predictive modelling
Devdas Shetty, Ph.D., P.E.
Smart manufacturing, Design for mechatronics, Rehabilitation products, Robotics, Surface roughness
Lara Thompson, Ph.D.
Postural control and mobility, Non-invasive and invasive prostheses, Sensory substitutes, Rehabilitative devices
Pawan Tyagi, Ph.D.
Molecular spintronics, Additive manufacturing and postprocessing, Spin photovoltaic cells and solar thermal air heaters, Nano biosensors and brain imaging, Student presentation based effective Teaching (SPET)
Lei Wang, Ph.D., P.E.
Geotechnical risk and reliability, Design of resilient infrastructure, Sustainable concrete materials, Tunnels and supported excavations, Foundations and reinforced soil structures, Geotechnical earthquake engineering
Briana Wellman, Ph.D. (Department Chair)
Multi-robot system, Educational robotics, Autonomous systems
Jiajun Xu, Ph.D., P.E.
Multiscale thermal transport and energy conversion, Multiscale modeling and simulation, Thermal-fluid science, Nanotechnology, Renewable energy and water treatment, Additive manufacturing
Byunggu Yu, Ph.D.
Database, Cloud computing, Big data, Bigtable, MapReduce, Sensor-network DB, Information storage and retrieval, Spatial database, Spatio-temporal database, High-dimensional database, Indexing, Data modeling, Operating systems, Mobile database, Informatics
Ahmet Zeytinci, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow-ASCE, Fellow-NSPE
Structural engineering, Structural dynamics, Structural analysis and design, Engineering education
Nian Zhang, Ph.D.
Computational intelligence, Machine learning and data mining, Big data, time series prediction
|Robyn Ellis, M.A., Director, College Readiness and Community Outreach firstname.lastname@example.org|
|College Readiness, Community Outreach|
|Marilyn Hamilton, M.Ed. Dean for 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.
2. What does the electronic portfolio tell us about the teacher candidate’s capacity to impact student learning, and the belief that all students can learn?
|Sandra Jowers-Barber, Ph.D., Director, Humanities Division
|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 email@example.com|
|Katherine S. Broderick, JD, Dean, David A. Clarke School of Law firstname.lastname@example.org|
|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 email@example.com|
|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|