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Predoctoral Interdisciplinary Research Training Programs in the Education Sciences


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The New York University (NYU) Predoctoral Training Program in Education Sciences

Year: 2008
Name of Institution:
New York University
Goal: Training
Principal Investigator:
Morris, Pamela
Award Amount: $4,221,025
Award Period: 5 years
Award Number: R305B080019


The NYU Predoctoral Training Program in Education Sciences prepared fellows to be researchers with strengths in understanding learning in context, using rigorous experimental and quasi-experimental approaches to causal inference, and taking interdisciplinary perspectives on education and learning. The program provided a quantitative "core curriculum" to ensure fellows were well-trained in sophisticated statistical methods. Fellows also had additional course options and research apprenticeships to develop content expertise in academic achievement, especially in reading and mathematics, the social and behavioral contexts of learning, and/or education policy. Participating NYU faculty and two strategically selected external research partners—MDRC and the Research Partnership for New York City Schools—offered a rich set of research apprenticeships and dissertation project options to the predoctoral fellows.

List of Completed Fellows: Below is a list of the 26 fellows who received funding support from this award and completed the training program.

Baker-Smith, Christine (ORCID) Kim, Jeannie
Bearak, Jonathan (ORCID) Lacoe, Johanna (ORCID)
Berg, Juliette Leos-Urbel, Jacob
Boccardo, Jessica McFadden, Karen
Coca, Vanessa (ORCID) McCormick, Meghan
Cole, Rachel Rothbart, Michah*
Connors, Maia (ORCID) Preiss, Doreet
Cordes, Sarah (ORCID) Rauscher, Emily (ORCID)
Ford, Karly (ORCID) Roth (formerly Cocke), Erin
Friedman-Krauss, Allison Ursache, Alexandra
Grayman, Justina Velez, Melissa
Horn, Keren (ORCID) Whitesell, Emilyn
Jackson, Daisy Wolf, Sharon

*Denotes fellows who also received funding from award R305B140037.

Related IES Projects: The New York University (NYU) Predoctoral Training Program in Education Sciences (R305B080019), The New York University (NYU) Predoctoral Interdisciplinary Research Training Program in Education Sciences (R305B140037), NYU Predoctoral Interdisciplinary Research Training Program (R305B200010)


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Updated November 2022