Frank A. Smith

Institute for Community Inclusion/ UCEDD
University of Massachusetts Boston
100 Morrissey Blvd.
Boston, MA 02125
 
Phone: 617-287-4374
Email: Frank.Smith@umb.edu
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Last Updated: July 27, 2012

Frank A. Smith
 

Primary Activity Coordinators: Data
 
Discipline(s): Data coordinator
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership
 
Research: Frank A. Smith, M.A., is a Research Associate at the Institute for Community Inclusion. He is experienced in survey design and data collection as well as secondary data analysis. Mr. Smith has published Data Notes on employment outcomes using data sets such as the RSA 911 and the American Community Survey. He provides custom data summaries in response to requests from state agencies, researchers, and advocates using national databases including the RSA 911, American Community Survey, Current Population Survey and ICI surveys.
Education: B.A. in Legal Studies from University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a M.A. in Applied Sociology from University of Massachusetts at Boston

Vita/Bio

Frank A. Smith

 

Research Associate
Institute for Community Inclusion
UMass Boston, Boston, MA


B.A. University of Massachusetts at Amherst 2001
(Legal Studies)
M.A. University of Massachusetts at Boston 2004
(Applied Sociology)

 

Professional Employment

 

RSA Security Inc. Sales Associate 2001-2002
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Institutional Research Intern 2004
Dartmouth College Office of Student Affairs Research Research Assistant 2004-2005
Johns Hopkins University Institutional Research Analyst 2005
Institute for Community Inclusion Research Associate 2005-present

 

Publications:


Smith, F.A. and Gilmore D.S. (2006). "VR Outcomes for People with Spinal Cord Injury". Journal of Disability Policy Studies. Data Note, Institute for Community Inclusion, Boston, MA.

Smith, F.A. (2006). "WIA Employment Outcomes". Data Note, Institute for Community Inclusion, Boston, MA.

Smith, F.A. and Gilmore D.S. (2007). "The Relationship Between Supported Employment Status and Minimum Wage for Vocational Rehabilitation Integrated Employment Closures in 2004". Data Note, Institute for Community Inclusion, Boston, MA.