Listed below are the current students in the Doctor of Philosophy in evaluation, measurement and research program in the Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology at Western Michigan University.
Research interests: Evaluation, measurement and research
Research interests: Consumer evaluation of food—the efficacy of spices in salt reduction, the perception of chili peppers, hops bitterness, garlic and onion
Research interests: Information technology; measurement; and Web-based mental health staging
Research interests: The use and analysis of preferential ranked data; measurement
Dissertation title: "An Examination of Response Shift Bias in Retrospective Pretesting Using a Measurement Invariance Mode"
Tammy (DeRoo) Russell
Research interests: Program evaluation of health and human services
Research interests: Methods specific to evaluation and social science research and their application in the field of education and human services
Xiaojie (Jason) Hu
Research interests: Quantitative research specifically in hierarchical linear modeling
Research interests: Increasing Nonprofit Sustainability Activities with Effective Requests for Proposals: A Mixed Methods Evaluation of RFPs as an Instrument for Success
Tracy Koehler (Frieswyk)
Research interests: Evaluation, measurement and research in medical education and health research.
Research interests: Evaluation, measurement and research in education
Research interests: Evaluation and research design of health, alternative health, and human service organizations; historical analysis; nonprofit organizational sustainability; and the application of statistics