Emma Armstrong-Carter

Emma is now an Assistant Professor at Tufts University in the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development. Emma earned her Ph.D from Stanford University in 2022. She was also a fellow in the Stanford Data Science Initiative and Center for Education Policy Analysis. She completed two postdocs at the University of California, Berkeley and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, funded by the National Science Foundation.

Emma is a developmental psychologist with interdisciplinary training in education policy and data science. She researches children's and adolescents' experiences helping and caregiving for family - and how these experiences relate to their wellbeing and school success. Her research is interdisciplinary and integrative, partners directly with schools and states, and informs the design of school- and government-based policies that support children’s wellbeing and educational success. Please read more at armstrong-carter.com and contact her at emma.armstrong_carter@tufts.edu.