Marny Rivera joined NPC Research as a Senior Research Associate in September 2017. She has more than 10 years of experience researching and evaluating substance abuse prevention and treatment programs, problem-solving courts in Southern Oregon, the co-occurrence of substance abuse with child maltreatment, and violence against women. Dr. Rivera has worked collaboratively with nonprofit, government, criminal justice, and social service agencies and organizations and cultivated researcher-practitioner partnerships. She has conducted and managed a variety of research and evaluation projects and disseminated findings through written publications and reports, as well as presentations to local stakeholders and at professional conferences. Dr. Rivera is motivated to understand the root causes of public health problems including the impact of trauma on mental and physical health and seeks to inform public policy through the evaluation of social programs and services.
Prior to joining NPC Research, Dr. Rivera was a faculty member at the University of Alaska Anchorage (2007 to 2017) and Southern Oregon University (2001 to 2007). She has taught research methods, substance use and crime, and criminology, among other courses.
Dr. Rivera earned her Doctorate at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, in Criminology.
Projects, Publications, and Presentations
On this page you can access all the reports, publications, and projects relevant to specific staff and available to the public from NPC Research. In one of the fields below, enter a title, choose a type (project, publication, or presentation) from the drop-down menu, or choose a topic area from the drop-down. The results will sort automatically. Click on bold type for more information on any item of interest.
|A Cost-Benefit Analysis and Longitudinal Study of a Two-Track DUI Court||project||Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts|
|Clark County, WA Family Treatment Court Project Evaluation||project||Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Other|
|Evaluation of Noble County (IN) Smart Probation Program||project||Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts|