Bryant’s research lies at the intersection of criminal justice policy and organizational theory, focusing on how organizations make decisions about and can better allocate resources to address social risk. Using mixed methods, his work highlights the importance of law and organizations in a larger social-ecological context. He plans to collaborate with policymakers and nonprofits to improve safety, health, and employment outcomes of incarcerated persons and in communities impacted by incarceration.
MORE ABOUT BRYANT
Bryant worked in criminal justice policy, research, and administration prior to graduate school. These experiences shaped his interest in improving how organizations address the interrelated challenges of crime, law, health, and economic mobility. He is committed to community-based research as a means of generating knowledge and social change.