ERI April 1 Seminar Speaker: Lindsay Page
The Education Research Initiative team is thrilled to introduce our next speaker in the ERI seminar series, Lindsay Page, Associate Professor in the School of Education at the University of Pittsburgh. Her work focuses on quantitative methods and their application to questions regarding the effectiveness of educational policies and programs across the pre-school to postsecondary spectrum. Her talk, “Can text-based nudges improve college-going outcomes at scale? Promising results, limitations, and implications for scale,” will be held on Thursday, April 1 from 1-2 p.m. on Zoom.
If you are interested in attending this talk, please RSVP here to receive the meeting Zoom link. If you are interested in a meeting with Professor Page, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.
New! ERI Working Paper Series
Check out the work being done by the ERI team here.
Recent ERI Accomplishments
- ERI Postdoctoral Fellow Elizabeth S. Park and colleague publish inAERA Open. Find their paper online, “Balancing Time in College: Examining Time-Use and Academic Outcomes of Students in a Comprehensive College Transition Program.”
- ERI Postdoctoral Fellow Michael Hill and colleagues publish in Online Learning. Find their paper online, “COVID-19 and Community College Instructional Responses.”
- ERI Director Brian Sato, Co-Director Di Xu, and colleagues publish in Online Learning. Find their paper online, “Profiles of Instructor Responses to Emergency Distance Learning.”
- Co-Director Di Xu and colleague publish in the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. Find their paper online, “The Impacts of Different Types of College Instructors on Students’ Academic and Labor Market Outcomes.”
- ERI Director Brian Sato and colleagues publish in the Journal on Centers for Teaching and Learning. Find their paper online, “Investigating the Transition to Remote Teaching During COVID-19: Recommendations for Campus Leaders and Centers for Teaching and Learning.”
- ERI Postdoctoral Fellows Elizabeth S. Park and Michael Hill present at the 46th Annual Conference of AEFP.
We look forward to continuing our collaborative work and engaging with researchers across the campus. If you have a project that you feel could leverage the expertise of our team of postdocs, please feel free to reach out to email@example.com.
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