My work enables industry solutions with immediate application and impact.  I am also funded for academic research and curriculum development.  Please contact me if you are interested in partnering on a project.


Protecting Maryland’s Voting Processes through the Development of Cybersecurity Training Modules for Election Officials
Towson University School of Emerging Technologies Seed Funding, 2018

Funding is supporting development of online training models for Election Judges, so they can identify and mitigate cyber, physical, and insider threats to polling places on Election Day.


Vulnerability Management of Voting Systems
Towson University College of Business and Economics Summer Research Grant, 2018

Funding is supporting development of a risk model for cyber, physical, and insider threats to Election Day polling places.


Cybersecurity Risk Analysis and Management
Intel Corporation, 2017

Supported creation of a learning module on Mitigating Risk with Value Modeling in Cybersecurity for the Cyber4All initiative.


Value Models for Cybersecurity Metrics
Towson University College of Business and Economics Summer Research Grant, 2016

Funding supported development of a value model for cybersecurity metrics and best practices.


Breaking Through to Collaborative Scheduling: Approaches and Obstacles
Construction Industry Institute, 2016

Funding supported analysis of the role of planners and schedulers in developing collaborative schedules in the construction industry.



Assessing and Standardizing Unit Scoring for Army Readiness
Towson University College of Business and Economics Summer Research Grant, 2015

Supported analysis for “Eliminating the Weakest Link Approach in Army Unit Readiness,” authored with Paul Goethals.


Motivation and Self-Efficacy with Interdisciplinary Analytical Topics: A Comparison Between Business and Engineering Students
Towson University College of Business and Economics Summer Research Grant, 2014

Supported data collection and analysis for “Motivation and Analytics: Comparing Business and Engineering Students,” authored with Stella Tomasi, Andrea Goncher, and Karen Bursic.