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Degrees & Programs
Education Policy and Program Evaluation (EPPE)
Measurement, Causal Inference, Program Evaluation, Accountability Policy, Equity, Fairness
Human Development, Learning and Teaching (HDLT)
Race/Ethnicity, Gender, Black, Adolescence, Intersectionality, Interventions, Relationships
Mamfatou Baldeh is a Ph.D. student in the AERID lab working with Dr. Adriana Umaña-Taylor. Her research interests center the education, identity development, and relationship/community-building experiences of Black adolescents and other students of color.
Culture, Institutions, and Society (CIS)
Higher Education, Inequality, Policy, College Access, Mobility
Higher Education, Policy, Ethics
Multimodal Learning Analytics, Educational Data Mining, Artificial Intelligence in Education, Computer Vision
Early Childhood Development, Violence Against Children, Physical Punishment, Causal Inference, Impact Evaluation, Parenting Programs, Prevention
Early Childhood Education and Care, Policy, Social and Emotional Learning, Early Learning, Emotions, Systems Thinking
Adolescence, Emerging Adulthood, Cross-Cultural, Mixed Methods, Career Development
Higher Education Policy, Economics, Immigration, Workforce Development
Jorge Encinas researches the intersection of higher education policy and other policy areas, such as immigration, transportation, and employment. His focus is on how these policies affect the educational and employment outcomes of low-income, immigrant, and underrepresented students.