Assistant Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Education
Research Associate, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado Boulder
Address: 520 Galvez Mall #510,CERAS building, Stanford, CA 94305-3084
Ben Domingue is an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. He is interested in how student outcomes are leveraged to inform our understanding of student learning, teacher performance, and the efficacy of other programs. He has a particular interest in the technical issues that make it challenging to draw simple inferences from such student outcomes. While not analyzing item response data, he may be found thinking about the implications for social science of the sudden increase in our capacity to measure human DNA and the promise and pitfalls associated with how this new data may change our understanding of human behavior.
Psychometrics, Sociogenomics, Value-Added Models, Causal Inference, Social Networks
PhD - Research & Evaluation Methodology, University of Colorado at Boulder 2012
MA - Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin 2006
BS - Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin 2001
2013 American Educational Research Association Division D (Measurement and Research Methodology) Quantitative Dissertation Award.