Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Higher Education, Vanderbilt University
Angela received her doctoral degree from the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University (2012). Her research focuses on the evaluation of college access policies, particularly in the areas of postsecondary remediation and financial aid. Sample past projects include an examination of how the effects of postsecondary remedial and developmental courses vary by level of academic preparation, and a multi-cohort evaluation of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program. Her dissertation, supported with a grant from the American Educational Research Association, focused on a multi-institution evaluation of innovations in the delivery of remedial courses in Tennessee. She holds an M.P.P in Public Policy and M.A. in Higher Education, both from the University of Michigan.