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Faculty

Phillip Granberry PHD

How I Might Be Able to Assist

My background is in survey research and statistical methods. I can assist students is designing research and statistical analysis.

Professional Projects or Initiatives of Interest

City of Boston Population projection. Using a cohort componet gross methodology, I produced a population projection for Imagine Boston, the 20 year planning process for Boston.

Background

Education

PhD, University of Massachusetts Boston, Public Policy
MTS, St. Meinrad School of Theology, Theological Studies
BA, St. Meinrad College, English Literature

Courses Taught at NECB

MBA 502 Applied Quantitative Analysis
GMAT 305 Statistics
MGM 301 Research Methods

Professional Experience

Boston Redevelopment Authority: Senior Researcher -Economic Demographer. I produce demographic reports on the city's population that include population projections.

Gaston Institute: Senior Research Associate. I conduct survey research on public health initiatives of the institute and produce demographic research on Latinos in Massachusetts.

Publications and Lectures

Torres, María Idalí, P. Granberry, S. Person, J. Allison, and M. Rosal (2016), “Predictors of High Levels of Communication about Sexual Health of Puerto Rican Mothers with their Children Ages 10 to 19,” Maternal and Child Health Journal (in press).

Granberry, Phillip and María Idalí Torres, Jeroan Allison, Milagros Rosal, Sarah Rustan, Melissa Cólon, Mayara Fontes, Ivette Cruz and the Puerto Rican Cultural Center Research Team (2015), “Developing Research and Community Literacies to Recruit Latino Researchers and Practitioners to Address Health Disparities, ” Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, 3(1) 138-144.

Granberry, Phillip (2014) , “More Social than Capital: Social Capital Accumulation among Legal and Unauthorized Mexican Migrants,” Social Science Journal , 51(4) 590-597.