Brendan Bow joined the Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy at IUPUI as a staff member in September 2021 and also teaches graduate-level database design as adjunct faculty at the IUPUI School of Informatics and Computing. His research focuses on numerous policy issues, including health, education and transportation inequities. Bow currently works on projects related to criminal justice, housing and homelessness.
As a volunteer with RESULTS and the ONE Campaign, Bow works to advocate and educate others on global and domestic poverty, as well as heath and education inequities.
He has a Master of Science in human-computer interaction and a Bachelor of Science in informatics from the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI, as well as associate degrees in liberal arts and server administration from Ivy Tech Community College.
Areas of Expertise
Housing, homeownership, quantitative methods, Indianapolis, Marion County, poverty, inequity.