Frederick A. Steinmann

Assistant Research Professor, Economics

fred@unr.edu
Tel: (775) 784-1655
Office: AB 415J
Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Doctorate; Policy, Planning and Development; University of Southern California, 2010. Dissertation/Thesis: Steinmann, F. 2010. The Twilight of the Local Redevelopment Era: The Past, Present, and Future of Urban Revitalization and Urban Economic Development in Nevada and California. Los Angeles, CA: University of Southern California. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI ProQuest LLC.
  • M.S.; Economics; University of Nevada, Reno; 2004. Thesis: Steinmann, F. 2004. An Econometric Study of the Effect Regulatory Systems have on State Gaming Tax Revenue. Reno, NV: University of Nevada, Reno.
  • B.S.; Economics; University of Nevada, Reno; 2002

Current Position(s)

  • Assistant Research Professor; Department of Economics; The College of Business; University of Nevada, Reno. July 2014 - Current.
  • Assistant Professor; University of Nevada Cooperative Extension; University of Nevada, Reno. August 2012 - June 2014.
  • Letter of Appointment; Department of Management Sciences; The College of Business; University of Nevada, Reno. January 2015 - Current.
  • Letter of Appointment; Department of Geography; College of Science; University of Nevada, Reno. July 2013 - Current.

Teaching Experience

Instructor

  • Political Science (PSC) 210.1001, Introduction to American Public Policy, Spring 2012
  • Political Science (PSC) 210.1002, Introduction to American Public Policy, Spring 2012
  • Political Science (PSC) 403C/603C, Environmental Policy, Spring 2012
  • Geography (GEOG) 454/654, Urban Landscape Analysis, Spring 2012
  • Geography (GEOG) 106, Introduction to Cultural Geography, Fall 2013
  • Managerial Sciences (MGT) 496, Strategic Management and Policy, Spring 2015, Summer 2015
  • Managerial Sciences (MGT) 462, Changing Environments, Spring 2015
  • Economics (ECON) 261, Principles of Statistics I, Spring 2015

Teaching Assistant

  • Policy, Planning, and Development (PPD) 557, University of Southern California, Graduate Quantitative Analysis I, Fall 2008
  • Geography (GEOG) 652, University of Nevada, Reno, Urban Geography, Fall 2006

Contracts, Grants, Gifts and Other Funded Research

  • F. Steinmann. 2013. University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, Local Leaders Institute. Total Contract (Gift) Amount: $3,000. Principal Investigator.
  • F. Steinmann. 2014. University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, Local Leaders Institute. Total Contract (Gift) Amount: $3,000. Principal Investigator.
  • F. Steinmann, et al. 2006-2007. Regional Homeless Study. Funded by Washoe County, Nevada. Total Contract Amount: $30,000. Co-PI.
  • F. Steinmann, et al. 2006-2007. Regional Homeless Study. Funded by U.S. Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice. Total Contract Amount: $20,000. Co-PI.
  • F. Steinmann. 2013-2014. Nevada Biochar Field Demonstration Trials: Program Interns. Total Contract Amount: $53,214. Principal Investigator.
  • F. Steinmann, et al. 2013-2014. Nevada Biochar Field Demonstration Trials: Ruby Hill Mine Site, Eureka County. Total Contract Amount: $35,000. Project Partner.
  • F. Steinmann, et al. 2013-2016. Nevada Biochar Field Demonstration Trials: Treatment within Agricultural Pivots and Rehabilitation of Pivot Corners. Total Contract Amount: $75,000. Project Partner.
  • F. Steinmann, and R. Davis. 2012-2013. Lander County Sustainable Development Committee Case Study. Funded by Lander County, Nevada. Total Contract Amount: $6,300.
  • F. Steinmann, R. Davis, and T. Harris. 2012-2013. Lander County Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy. Funded by Lander County, Nevada. Total Contract Amount: $10,000.
  • Lyman, K., F. Steinmann, et al. 2006. Environmental Impact Assessment, Phase II. Funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Total Contract Amount: $1.1 Million. Co-PI.
  • M. Harper, and F. Steinmann. 2011. September 2011 Nevada Chapter of the American Planning Association Membership Survey. Funded by the Nevada Chapter of the American Planning Association. Total Contract Amount: $1,500. Co-PI.

Teaching and Research Awards

  • William A. Carlson Fellowship, California Redevelopment Association, 2008.
  • College of Business Administration Challenge Coin, University of Nevada, Reno, 2013.