Research Fellows

Meet our Women in Measurement
Research Fellows.

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Dr. Leslie Rosales

Senior Psychometrician at JML Measurement and Testing Services

Project Title: Career Opportunities for Women in Measurement in Latin America

Njideka Mbelede 2022 research fellow

Dr. Njideka Gertrude Mbelede

Faculty of Education, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Anambra State.

Project Title: Women in Educational Measurement: Overcoming the Challenge of Visibility

Our 2021 Fellows

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Grand Prize Winner: Dr. Jade Caines Lee

Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Clark Atlanta University

Project Title: Amplifying Marginalized Voices: The Experiences of Black Women in Educational Measurement

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Xiaoyan Gu

Doctoral Student at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Project Title: The Perceptions and Practice of Classroom-based Language Assessment for Language-Minority Students–A Translanguaging Perspective

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Maeghan Hennessey

Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma

Project Title: Expanding a Consequential Validity Framework for Equity-Minded Assessment

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Tomoe Kanaya

Associate Professor at Claremont McKenna College

Project Title: The Representation of Women and People of Color in the Editorial Boards of Peer-Reviewed Journals for Educational Measurement

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Maria Baez-Cruz

Post-Doc at Georgia Tech

Project Title: Measuring Teacher’s Promotion of Sociocultural Integration–A Scenario-Based Validation

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Reka Barton

Doctoral Student at San Diego State University

Project Title: Testifying & Testimonios–The Importance of Mentoring Relationships for Black Female and Latina Graduate Students on the Pathway to the Professoriate

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Sandra Botha

Doctoral Student at University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Project Title: Avatars and Choice–Towards Culturally Responsive Assessment of Black and Brown Middle School Students

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Sandra Botha

Doctoral Student at University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Project Title: Avatars and Choice–Towards Culturally Responsive Assessment of Black and Brown Middle School Students

Interested in becoming a Fellow?

In partnership with our champion-level sponsors, Women in Measurement, Inc. is proud to be able to offer a research fellowship program to support outstanding research that explores the intersection of race, gender, and educational measurement. 

2024 PROPOSAL DEADLINE: TBD
More information about the 2024 proposal requirements will be posted here when available.

Please submit inquiries to fellowship@womeninmeasurement.org