Who teaches the Research Methods online courses?

UConn Online Masters in Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation Faculty: Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead, PhD

Biana Montrosse-Moorhead
Associate Professor - Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation program

Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead is an associate professor in the Neag School’s RMME program and is the program coordinator for UConn’s Graduate Certificate in Program Evaluation. As an evaluation researcher, educator, and practitioner, Montrosse-Moorhead specializes in evaluation theory, methodology, practice, and capacity building.

Email: bianca@uconn.edu


 

Research Methods and Measurement Online Master's Degree Instructor Doctor Christopher Rhoads

Christopher Rhoads
Associate Professor - Research Methods, Measurement and Evaluation, Educational Psychology

Christopher Rhoads is associate professor and program coordinator for the Neag School’s Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation (RMME) program. The program, which includes master’s and doctoral degrees, is housed in the Department of Educational Psychology. His research interests focus on methods for improving causal inference in educational research, particularly in the areas of experimental design and the analysis of multi-level data structures.

Email: christopher.rhoads@uconn.edu


 

UConn's Online Masters in Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation Faculty: Aarti P. Bellara, PhD

Aarti P. Bellara
Assistant Professor - Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation program

Aarti P. Bellara is an assistant professor in the Neag School’s RMME program. Bellara specializes in assessment and measurement theory, assessment literacy, psychometrics, and propensity score modeling. Her research is multidisciplinary and focuses on examining the application of theory to practice. She currently serves as a co-principal investigator on the U.S. Department of Education-funded research grant Thinking Like Mathematicians: Challenging All Grade 3 Students.

Email: aarti.bellara@uconn.edu


 

UConn Online Masters in Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation Faculty: Eric Loken, PhD

Eric Loken
Associate Professor - Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation program

Eric Loken is an associate professor in the Neag School’s RMME program. His interests focus on latent variable models, Bayesian inference, and methods for reproducible science.

Email: eric.loken@uconn.edu


UConn Online Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation Faculty: Betsy McCoach, PhD

Betsy McCoach
Professor - Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation program, Educational Psychology

Betsy McCoach is a professor in the Neag School’s RMME program. She has extensive experience in structural equation modeling, longitudinal data analysis, hierarchical linear modeling, instrument design, and factor analysis. In addition, she is the current Director of the Data Analysis Training Institute of Connecticut (DATIC), where she teaches summer workshops in longitudinal modeling, structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling, and she is the founder and conference chair of the Modern Modeling Methods conference, held at UConn every May.

Email: betsy.mccoach@uconn.edu


 

UConn Online Masters in Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation Faculty, H. Jane Rogers, PhD

H. Jane Rogers
Associate Professor - Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation program, Educational Psychology

H. Jane Rogers is an associate professor in the Neag School’s RMME program. Her research interests are psychometrics, quantitative methods, and research methodology.

Email: jane.rogers@uconn.edu


 

UConn Online Masters in Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation Faculty: Hariharan Swaminathan, PhD

Hariharan Swaminathan
Professor - Research Methods, Measurement, and Evaluation program

Hariharan “Swami” Swaminathan is a professor in the Neag School’s RMME program. Swaminathan is internationally recognized for his expertise in educational measurement, and in particular, in the area of item response theory. His research interests are in the areas of Bayesian statistics, psychometrics, item response theoryand multivariate analysis, including matrix calculus, time series analysis, structural equation modeling, and hierarchical models.

Email: hariharan.swaminathan@uconn.edu