Michigan's Welfare Reform
School of Social Work, Dean
· She has served as principal investigator on multiple grants on poverty, family and women's issues, and impoverished populations in Texas.
· She is author of nine books on welfare, health care, children, and families, including Poor Families in America's Health Care Crisis.
· He examines the organizational dimensions of American politics.
· His research focuses on the role of intermediary institutions--especially interest groups, political parties, and social movements--in shaping the political process and policy outcomes.
Director of the Resource Center for Minority Data and ICPSR's Director of Community Outreach
· His primary areas of research and teaching are: minority group politics, especially Latinos; political behavior; political mobilization; urban politics; social survey research; and public policy.