Shauna Carlisle

Shauna Elbers CarlisleAssociate Professor

Ph.D., Social Welfare, University of Washington

Research Fields: Social Welfare, Social Policy, Social Services and Nonprofit Administration, Health Disparities

Methodological Expertise: Quantitative Methods, Multilinear models, Program Evaluation/Evaluation Science


Tom Bellamy

Tom Bellamy: Professor and Founding Director: Goodlad Institute

Ph.D., Special Education, University of Oregon

Research Fields: Education Policy, Education Leadership and Renewal, School Reform

Charlie Collins

Charlie Collins: Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Ecological Community Psychology, Michigan State University

Research Fields: Community psychology, community organizing,  racial and social justice
Methodological Expertise: advanced quantitative methods and analysis, social network analysis, survey methods, interview methods, hard to reach populations

Nives Dolšak

Nives Dolšak: Affiliate Professor

Ph.D., Jointly, Department of Political Science and School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington

Martha Groom

Martha Groom: Professor

Ph.D., Zoology, University of Washington
Research Fields: Biodiversity Conservation, Land Use Planning, Sustainable Development, Environmental Justice, Ecology
Methodological Expertise: Experimental design, Quantitative and some Qualitative methods (survey and interview)

Paul Hill

Paul Hill: Professor

Reinventing Public Education
Ph.D., Political Science, Ohio State University

Cinnamon Hillyard

Cinnamon Hillyard: Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Mathematics, Utah State University 

Research Fields: Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Ethnomathematics

Dan Jacoby

Dan JacobyProfessor

Ph.D., Economics, University of Washington

Research Fields: Economics Labor, Education, Public Policy and Law

Methodological Expertise: Economic Analysis    

Jin-Kyu Jung

Jin-Kyu JungAssociate Professor

Ph.D., Geography, State University of New York at Buffalo

Research Fields: Urban Geography, Urban Planning
Methodological Expertise: Geographic Information Sciences (GIS); participatory mapping;  qualitative/mixed methods

Bruce Kochis

Bruce KochisSenior Lecturer

Ph.D., Slavic, University of Michigan

Research Fields: Human rights, ethics, religion, community development

Methodological Expertise: Qualitative, textual analysis, narrative analysis

Lauren Lichty

Lauren Lichty: Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Michigan State University, Ecological-Community Psychology 

Research Fields: Adolescent Health, Sexual Health, Community Psychology

 Melanie Malone

Melanie Malone: Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Earth, Environment, and Society, Portland State University

Research Fields: Soils, Geomorphology, Contaminants, Spatial Analysis, Critical Physical Geography

Methodological Expertise: Soil and water quality sampling techniques, GIS and Remote Sensing


Keith Nitta

 Keith Nitta: Associate Professor

Ph.D., Political Science, University of California, Berkeley

Research Fields: Education Policy, Policy Process, Politics

Methodological Expertise: Interviewing, Focus Groups, Survey, Program Evaluation

Margaret H. Redsteer

Margaret H. Redsteer: Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Trace Element Geochemistry/ Geosciences, Oregon State University

Research Fields:Desertification, Natural Hazards

Methodological Expertise: Geochemistry, Sedimentology, Geologic and surficial mapping

David Stokes

David Stokes: Professor

Ph.D., Zoology, University of Washington

Research Fields: Conservation Biology, Ecology

Methodological Expertise: Field Ecology, Quantitative Methods 

 Kelly Snyder

Kelly Snyder
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Government & Community Relations

Masters of Public Administration, Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington

Research Fields: State Government, Intergovernment relations, Political science, urban/social/political geography

Methodological Expertise: Quantitative, qualitative and narrative analysis, survey method, and interviewing


Robert Turner: Senior Lecturer

Ph.D. Marine Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Research fields: Environmental management and monitoring, Enviromental geography, Environment and Sustainability

Tate Twinam

Tate TwinamAssistant Professor

Ph.D., Economics, University of Pittsburgh

Research Fields: Urban, Public, and Environmental Economics, Econometric Theory, Environmental Justice

Methodological Expertise: Quantitative Methods, Causal Inference, Geographic Information Systems

Camille Walsh

Camille Walsh: Associate Professor

Ph.D., History, University of Oregon; J.D. Harvard Law School

Research Fields: Legal and Policy History; Education Policy; Critical Race and Gender Studies; Human Rights; Tax Policy
Methodological Expertise: Qualitative Methods; Legal Research; Textual Analysis; Archival Research/Historical Analysis