Professor Jennifer Randall Jennifer Randall, a 2007 graduate of Emory University in Atlanta, joined the faculty of the Research and Evaluation Methods Program in September of 2007. Prior to that, Dr. Randall was a graduate student at Emory working under the direction of George Engelhard. Before that, she earned both a BA in Psychology and History and a Master of Arts in Teaching Degree from Duke University. Her dissertation is on the topic of grading practices of teachers.

The expectation is that Jennifer will be teaching courses in research design, classroom assessment, and statistics, and a measurement seminar. We are especially excited about Jennifer because she addresses several teaching needs of the program, and she is expected to become involved in several of the Center for Educational Assessment's projects.

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