Faculty and Staff

Carolyn Heinrich
Carolyn Heinrich

Sid Richardson Professor of Public Affairs
Director of the Center for Health and Social Policy

Phone: 512-471-3779
Email: cheinrich@austin.utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.244

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Jacqueline L. Angel
Jacqueline L. Angel

Professor of Public Affairs and Sociology

Phone: 512-471-2956
Email: jangel@austin.utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.239

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Michele Deitch
Michele Deitch

Senior Lecturer in Public Affairs and Law

Phone: 512-328-8330
Email: mydeitch@aol.com
Office: SRH 3.258

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Angela Evans
Angela Evans

Clinical Professor of Public Policy Practice

Phone: 512-471-9883
Email: amgevans@gmail.com
Office: SRH 3.226

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Jane Arnold Lincove
Jane A. Lincove

Assistant Professor of Public Affairs
Stephen H. Spurr Centennial Fellow

Phone: 512-232-2561
Email: janelincove@austin.utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.240

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Todd Olmstead
Todd Olmstead

Associate Professor of Public Affairs
James M. and Claudia U. Richter Fellow in Global Health Policy

Phone: 512-471-8456
Email: tolmstead@austin.utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.237

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Cynthia  Osborne
Cynthia Osborne

Associate Professor of Public Affairs
Stephen H. Spurr Centennial Fellow

Phone: 512-471-9808
Email: cosborne@prc.utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.238

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Samuel Richardson
Samuel Richardson

Assistant Professor of Public Affairs

Phone: 512-232-3687
Email: samr@utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.236

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Paul von Hippel
Paul von Hippel

Assistant Professor of Public Affairs

Phone: 512-232-3650
Email: paulvonhippel@austin.utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.251

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David C. Warner
David C. Warner

Professor of Public Affairs
Wilbur J. Cohen Professor in Health and Social Policy

Phone: 512-471-6277
Email: david.warner@austin.utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.242

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Pat Wong
Pat Wong

Associate Professor of Public Affairs
Stephen H. Spurr Centennial Fellow

Phone: 512-471-8962
Email: patwong@austin.utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.243

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CHASP Staff

Esmeralda Garcia Galvan
Esmeralda García Galván

Senior Program Coordinator

Phone: 512-232-1286
E-mail: esmegarcia@austin.utexas.edu
Office: SRH 3.246A

Esmeralda García Galván joined the Center for Health and Social Policy in November 2011. Prior to joining CHASP, Esmeralda had served as the Senior Grants and Contracts Specialist for the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs since January 2009. Her functions in support of faculty and staff included researching and disseminating funding opportunities from public and private sources; providing pre-award support services such as editing and drafting proposal templates and budgets; and facilitating the university submission and post-award process. Esmeralda also provided grant-related professional development to faculty and staff; collected, reported and maintained data on grants/contracts activity; and addressed university compliance issues related to grants and contracts.

Her professional career includes fifteen years of service in local government and public higher education, specializing in grant management and fundraising. She served as an environmental resources coordinator for the Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council and an economic development specialist for Cameron County. García Galván worked six and half years at the University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College, beginning as a grant writer and culminating as an assistant director of development.

García Galván holds a Ph.D. in educational administration from the University of Texas at Austin, a master’s degree in public affairs from the LBJ School, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Texas A & M University. While pursuing her graduate education, Esmeralda served as the Bryna and Henry David Fellow/Graduate Research Assistant for the Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources and later as a full-time grant writer at Austin Community College.