Debra McCallum, Director of ISSR, Director of the Capstone Poll, Senior Research Social Scientist
107 ISSR | (205) 348-3820 | email@example.com
Dr. McCallum has served as the director of ISSR for over 20 years and is also responsible for projects conducted by the Capstone Poll. She is a social psychologist interested in social influence, social-psychological aspects of health behavior and outcomes, safety and well-being of children and youth, and evaluations of education and community intervention programs. Dr. McCallum earned a BA from Furman and a PhD in social psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Joan Barth, Senior Research Social Scientist
201 ISSR | (205) 348-2851 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Barth is a developmental social psychologist interested in social-emotional development, gender differences in science and math education experiences, adolescent risk behaviors, children’s decision-making skills, education contexts, and neuro-cognitive development in young children. She is involved in the evaluation of a variety of education initiatives at ISSR and is affiliated with the social and developmental programs in the psychology department, where she mentors both undergraduate and graduate students. Dr. Barth earned a BS in psychology, an MS in social psychology, and a PhD in developmental psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Anneliese Bolland, Assistant Research Social Scientist, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Research
378 Gordan Palmer Hall | (205) 348-3225 | email@example.com
Dr. Bolland has experience organizing, managing, and merging large, longitudinal data sets. Her research interests include hard-to-reach populations and factors that affect them. She is the data archivist for the Mobile Youth and Poverty Study at ISSR. Dr. Bolland earned a BA in political science and psychology, an MA in communication studies, and a PhD in educational research from The University of Alabama.
Michael Conaway, Project Coordinator for Capstone Poll
2036 Shelby Hall | (205) 348-9649 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Conaway is responsible for the management of Capstone Poll projects. His primary interests include the measurement of choice and value, the impact of the survey designer, interviewer, and respondent on construct validity, and the measure and mismeasure of public knowledge and attitudes regarding history, religion, and science.
Sarah Dunlap, Research Associate
102 ISSR | (205) 348-3810 | email@example.com
Sarah is a research associate at ISSR who provides research support for program evaluation and project coordination efforts. Her interests include cognitive development and gender issues. Sarah earned a BS in psychology and a master’s degree in cognitive psychology at The University of Alabama.
Doug Gibler, Professor
3039 Houser Hall | (205) 348-6233 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug Gibler is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Alabama in the Institute for Social Science Research. His research interests focus on the causes and consequences of international conflict and the international factors that contribute to intrastate conflict and state development. He has written articles that have appeared in such journals as the American Political Science Review, the American Journal of Political Science, International Studies Quarterly, the Journal of Conflict Resolution, the Journal of Peace Research, and the Journal of Politics, and his research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Folke Bernadotte Academy, and the HF Guggenheim Foundation. His most recent book, The Territorial Peace, is currently available from Cambridge University Press.
Jane Daquin, Assistant Professor
103 ISSR | (205) 348-6233 | email@example.com
Dr. Daquin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice who is interested in the institutional experiences of offenders under correctional supervision and its impact on offender reentry. Specifically, her research focuses the role of mental illness on prison misconduct and prison victimization, the institutional experiences of the aging prison population, and the effects of experienced and vicarious victimization of prisoners on post-release outcomes. Dr. Daquin earned her BA in Criminal Justice and Sociology from the University at Albany, an MS in Criminal Justice, and a PhD in Criminal Justice & Criminology from Georgia State University.
Garrett Quenneville, Research Associate
204 ISSR | (205) 348-5616 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Garrett is a research associate at ISSR. His prior research has included metropolitan development, judicial processing, and program evaluation. His work generally includes the management and analysis of large datasets. Garrett earned a BA in economics from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Michigan.
Jeffrey Parker, Associate Professor, ISSR Associate
202 ISSR | (205) 348-2081 | email@example.com
Dr. Parker is a developmental social psychologist whose research explores children’s and adolescents’ experiences and adjustment with friends and other peers. Dr. Parker has also been extensively involved in bullying prevention and reduction efforts in middle schools and regularly conducts workshops on these topics for students, teachers, and other professionals.
Kelsey Chappetta, Graduate Assistant
207 ISSR | (205) 348-5478 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelsey is a doctorate student in the social psychology program and is a graduate assistant at ISSR. Her current research focuses on how gender stereotypes play a role in video games. Other research interests include gender roles, computer-mediated communication, romantic relationships, and attraction. Kelsey earned her BS from the University of New Orleans, her MS from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and her MA from the University of Alabama.
Tess Gemberling, Graduate Assistant
209 ISSR | (205) 348-4350 | email@example.com
Tess is a graduate student in the social concentration of the experimental psychology program at The University of Alabama. She assists in ISSR, specifically working in the Research Design and Statistics Consulting Lab. Within the lab, her specialties include study design, data collection methods, and factor analysis. Her research interests focus on alternative cultures in sexuality and religion as well as LGBT topics. Before attending UA, Tess earned her BA in psychology from the University of Arizona and her MA in clinical psychology from Sam Houston State University.
Hwaheun Kim, Graduate Assistant
208 ISSR | (205) 348-6233 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hwaheun is a fifth-year student in the developmental science concentration at UA. Hwaheun received her BA from the University of Texas at Austin with a double major in anthropology and sociology and a minor in violin. Hwaheun earned her MA in experimental (developmental) psychology at UA in 2014. Hwaheun is interested in adolescents’ peer relationship and friendship and has focused her research on young adolescents’ friendship jealousy. She is also interested in adolescents’ STEM academic and career development.