Faculty and Affiliates
RONALD K. HAMBLETON, Ph.D. (University of Toronto, 1969).Distinguished University Professor and Program Co-Chairperson. Applications of Item Response Theory, Computer-Based Testing, Score Reporting, Standard Setting.
LISA A. KELLER, Ed.D. (University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2002).Associate Professor of Education. Univariate and Multivariate Data Analysis, Applications of Item Response Theory, Computerized Adaptive Testing, Equating Techniques.
JENNIFER RANDALL, Ph.D. (Emory University, 2007).Associate Professor of Education. Grading Practices of Teachers, Research Design, Classroom Assessment.
STEPHEN G. SIRECI, Ph.D. (Fordham University, 1993).Professor of Education, Director of the Center for Educational Assessment, and Program Co-Chairperson. Applied Psychometrics, Scaling, Cross-lingual Assessment.
CRAIG S. WELLS, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin, 2004).Associate Professor of Education. Non-parametric Item Response Models, Detection of Differential Item Functioning or Item Bias, and Assessment of Model Fit. APRIL L. ZENISKY, Ed.D. (University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2004).Adjunct Assistant Professor of Education. Score reporting, technology-based item types, and computerized testing.
JAMES M. ROYER, Ph.D. (emeritus) (Illinois, 1970). Professor of Psychology and Education. Reading Comprehension, Memory, Prose Learning. ALINE SAYER, Ph.D. (Harvard University, 1992). Visiting Associate Professor of Psychology. Developmental Psychology, Hierarchical Linear Models, Structural Equation Modeling. STANLEY E. SCARPATI, Ed.D. (University of Northern Colorado, 1980). Associate Professor of Education. Assessment of Special Needs Individuals, Applied Behavior Analysis, Alternative Assessment. JASON TRAVERS, Ph.D. (UNLV, 2010). Assistant Professor of Education. Autism spectrum disorders, Assistive and instructional technology, Academic instruction for students with autism, Diversity issues and disproportionate representation of racially and ethnically diverse students with autism, Applied behavior analysis, Positive behavior supports.