Jennifer Dineen

Associate Professor In-Residence

School of Public Policy


B.A., Marist College, Political Science, 1993
M.A., University of Connecticut, Political Science (Survey Methods), 1994
Ph.D., University of Connecticut, Political Science (American Politics, Survey Methods), 2001

Teaching & Research Interests

Survey Methodology
Qualitative Research Methods
Political attitudes and behavior
Education Policy
Gun Injury Prevention

Dr. Jennifer Necci Dineen

Jennifer Necci Dineen is an Associate Professor in Residence in the School of Public Policy at the University of Connecticut.  She is Associate Director of UConn’s Center for Advancing Research, Methods, and Scholarship (ARMS) in Gun Violence Prevention. Dineen is a survey methodologist whose research focuses on stakeholder attitudes as mechanism for intervention uptake and policy change. She also has expertise in understanding how stakeholders interact with political institutions in the policy process.  Dineen works on interdisciplinary research teams in the areas of gun violence prevention and school-based mental and behavioral health policy and practice.  She holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Connecticut.

Jennifer Dineen
Contact Information
Phone(959) 200-3799
Fax(860) 246-0334
Curriculum Vitae Jennifer Dineen
Office LocationHartford Times Building, Room 421A
CampusHartford Campus