CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: The Howard University Million Woman March Collaborative Survey Research Project. Coordinated all phases of a collaborative survey research project involving faculty, graduate and undergraduate students in the Department of Political Science, the History Department, and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Survey focused on the opinions of 456 Black women interviewed in Philadelphia, Penna., and October 26, 1997.
FACULTY COORDINATOR: The Million Man March Public Opinion Project; a collaborative effort with Professor Lorenzo Morris, Department of Political Science, Howard University, graduate students Maurice Carney and Clarence Lusane, and the Wellington Group. This project collected and analyzed survey data obtained from 1,070 males who were interviewed by Howard University students during the historic Million Man March, October 16, 1995.
CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: “Environmental Racism, Environmental Justice and Environmental Equity: A Review of the Literature with Particular Reference to the Mission of the U.S. Army,” funded by the Department of Defense, Army Environmental Policy Institute, Spring/Summer, 1993.
FIELD ANALYST, Joint Center for Political Studies, The Black Philanthropy Project, an eight-city study on philanthropic activity among black organizations. Solely responsible for the Washington, D.C. field study. Authored a report entitled, “Charitable Giving and Voluntarism Among Black Organizations in Washington, D.C.”, May – August 1987, 41 pgs.
SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH ANALYST (Visiting Scholar), Division of Policy Studies, Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, July, 1980 to August, 1981.Conducted research on the Section 8 loan management set-aside program and on the Urban Development Action Grant program.