Kelly Rosinger is an Institute of Education Sciences' Postdoctoral Research Associate in EdPolicyWorks at the University of Virginia. Her research considers the impact of higher education policy on students and colleges using experimental and quasi-experimental methods. Kelly's current work focuses on recent innovations in college admissions and financial aid as well as ongoing federal policy efforts to improve college affordability and transparency. Her work has appeared in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, The Journal of Higher Education, and Review of Higher Education and has been featured on NPR, The New York Times, USA Today, and The Washington Post.
Kelly earned her master’s degree in public administration and policy from UGA and her bachelor’s degree in journalism from UNC-Chapel Hill.
Rosinger is a co-recipient of the 2014-15 Zell and Shirley Miller Graduate Fellowship, which is given by IHE faculty to students with outstanding scholarly potential, academic record and professional achievements.