Daniel L. Agley

Research Associate
Applied Health Science

(812) 855-9221
501 N. Morton St., Suite 110

  • University of Maryland, College Park, Ed. D., 1988
  • Indiana University Bloomington, M.S., 1968
  • Indiana University, Bloomington, BS, 1966
  • SPH Q502 Intermediate Statistics
  • SPH H494 Research and Evaluation Methods in Health and Safety
  • SPH B366 Community Health
  • Faculty, Towson University
  • Program Evaluator, Towson University:  NSP II (3 years)
  • Program Evaluator, Towson University:  ATM (4 years)
  • Program Evaluator for Maryland Governor's Council of Adolescent Pregnancy (4 years)
  • Program Evaluator for Indiana's DMHA's Dissemination and Implementation Grant (SAT-ED) (2 years)
  • Developed an Online Graduate Certificate Program in Addiction Intervention that consists of five new graduate courses. (1) Best Practices in Substance Abuse Prevention (2) Best Practices in Substance Abuse Treatment (3) C0-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders (4) History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery (5) Motivational Interviewing
  • Supervisor of Applied Health Science Online Graduate Certificate in Addiction Intervention. Funded by the State Adolescent Treatment Enhancement Dissemination Grant ($42,000) 2013-2016
  • Co-Authored the State Target Response to the Opioid Crisis Grant (Opioid STR) for the Indiana DHMA ($21,8000) 2017
  • Program Evaluator for Scott County's Drug Free Community Grant from the Indiana DHMA ($12,000) 2017
  • Program Evaluator for Michigan City School's Quasi-Experimental Comparison Study ($10,000) 2017
Research Interest

(1) Evaluation Research, (2) Health Promotion, and (3) Disaster Preparedness. I have been active in each area over the breath of my academic career. Descriptors: Evaluation / Program Evaluation / Research Design/Methodology / Applied Statistics / Planning / Disaster Preparedness.

Selected Publications


Nelson, H.W., Netting, F.E., and Agley, D.L. (2017). Mixed-methods telephone survey: evaluating State Ombudsman Disaster Program preparedness. In Sage Research Methods: Cases, Sage Publications Ltd. London


Nelson, H. W., Agley, D., Netting, F. E., Borders, K., & Huber, R. (2012). Sub-State Long-Term Care Ombudsmen Program Coordinator's Perceptions of their Programs' Readiness to Assist Elder-Care Residents During a Disaster (Target: Nonprofit and voluntary Sector Quarterly)

LTC Austin, E., COL Nelson, H.W., MAJ Agley, D.L., McCormick, M.J., Jerome, G. J., Phillips, R. M., LTC Kirwan, J., Weinstein, M., BG Minken, S.(2012) Emergency Preparedness Education Using Full Scale Exercises. State Defense Force Monograph Series,

Nelson, H. W., Agley, D., Netting, F. E., Borders, K., & Huber, R. (2012). State Long Term Care Ombudsmen's Perceptions of Their Readiness to Assist Their Local Ombudsmen and Long-Stay Residents During a Disaster. The Journal of Applied Gerontology