Affiliated Scholars and Research Associates


IPR faculty recognize that working with scholars from outside of the University enriches their research and are also committed to the training of future scholars and benefit from the help of professional staff. To this end, they welcome as part of their community:

Visiting Scholars 2014-15

IPR typically welcomes between three and four visiting scholars each year. They come from institutions and organizations in the United States and abroad.

Visiting Scholar Home Institution or Organization
Rob Greenwald Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE)
Vicente Riccio Neto

Postdoctoral Fellows 2014-15

IPR postdoctoral fellows work closely with IPR faculty on research projects of common interest. IPR offers the IES postdoctoral training program for those interested in education research and methodology

Fellow Research Project IPR Adviser(s)
Elise Chor Dual-Generation Education Project Lindsay Chase-Lansdale
Katherine Ehrlich Biological Embedding of Early-Life Socioeconomic Status (SES) Emma Adam and Greg Miller
Cari Hennessy Wesley G. Skogan
Camelia Hostinar Biological Embedding of Early-Life Socioeconomic Status (SES) Greg Miller
Krzysztof Karbownik David Figlio
Cynthia Levine Edith Chen
Yang (Tanya) Tang Adjusting for Selection Bias in STEM Quasi-Experiments Thomas Cook
Nathan Van Houdnos Larry Hedges

Research Associates 2014-15

IPR research associates are a critical element of the Institute’s research enterprise, providing high-level professional and academic support to IPR fellows.

Research Associate Research Project IPR Adviser(s)
Evelyn Asch Prizes’ Impact on Minorities Students’ Entry into Biomedical Research Careers Larry V. Hedges
Paki Reid-Brossard Designing Evaluation Studies Project Larry V. Hedges
Teresa Eckrich Sommer Two-Generation Education Project Lindsay Chase-Lansdale