Faculty List

Education Leadership and Policy Analysis

Geoffrey Borman, Professor, Faculty Affiliate in Educational Policy Studies, Educational Psychology and Sociology, ITP Project Director

Current research: An efficacy trial of two interventions designed to reduce stereotype threat vulnerability and close academic performance gaps.
Training roles: Will oversee the Interdisciplinary Training Program and teach the research practicum in education sciences; supervises graduate students who analyze data from randomized trials and from national surveys; teaches on educational policy analysis and research design.

Peter Goff, Assistant Professor

Current research: K-12 educational policy, leadership evaluation and development, talent and human capital management in education, hiring and selection process
Training roles: Teaches educational finance and resource allocation, applied statistics, research methods and procedures in educational administration

Nicholas Hillman, Associate Professor

Current research: Higher education finance and policy
Training roles: Teaches higher education finance, education policy, quantitative research methods


Educational Policy Studies

Jordan Conwell, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Educational Policy Studies

Current research: Social stratification, race and ethnic studies, education, methods and statistics
Training roles: Teaches sociology of education and sociological methods


Educational Psychology

Daniel Bolt, Professor

Current research: Theory and application of psychometric methods in education and psychology
Training roles: Teaches test construction, scaling, factor and cluster analysis

David Kaplan, Patricia Busk Professor of Quantitative Methods

Current research: Bayesian statistical inference for latent variable models and for models applied to experimental and observational studies.
Training roles: Teaching courses on structural equation modeling and Bayesian inference. Advising on dissertations.

Jee-Seon Kim, Professor

Current research: Development and application of quantitative methods for modeling change, learning, and human development, longitudinal data analysis, issues of omitted variables and multiple imputation, using multilevel and other latent variable models.
Training roles: Teaching courses on hierarchical linear modeling, experimental design, longitudinal data analysis, and latent variable modeling. Advising on theses and dissertations.

Peter M. Steiner, Associate Professor

Current research: Methodology of causal inference; matching and propensity score techniques; regression discontinuity designs; vignette analysis/factorial surveys.
Training roles: Teaches courses on the design and analysis of quasi-experimental methods, as well as statistical methods.

Program Leadership

Project Director:
Geoffrey Borman

Deputy Director:
Martha Alibali

Internship Coordinator:
Eric Grodsky

Program Manager:
Tricia S. Dusick

Program Assistant:
Mary Tedeschi


Steering Committee

Katherine Magnuson
Peter Steiner
Matthew Wiswall
David Weimer