William Zywiak, Ph.D.
Lecturer at Bryant University
William Zywiak, PhD, has served as an evaluator of three innovative programs: the Byrne Housing Project, the RI Jail Diversion Trauma and Recovery Program, and the California Community College: Student Mental Health Program. He has a PhD in clinical psychology and has served as the statistician for numerous NIH studies. He has conducted advanced statistical analyses using SAS for 7 years, and SPSS for more than 10 years. He is in the Mathematics Department at Bryant University. He has studied several topics relevant to communities including homelessness, healthcare utilization, secondary education, and post-secondary education. He has nearly 50 peer-reviewed publications.
Dr. Zywiak has used the World Health Organization’s Brief Quality of Life measure in research, and has examined healthcare utilization as a measure of economic impact. He has extensive experience developing assessment measures, analyzing qualitative data, conducting advanced statistical analyses on quantitative data, and reporting and integrating qualitative and quantitative results. He has examined both processes and outcomes extensively. Future relevant plans include teaching a course, under development, entitled “Mathematics, the Arts, and Creativity” which will review the mathematical underpinnings of the visual arts and music from geometry to wave functions and differential equations.
- PhD (Clinical Psychology) | University at Buffalo