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Andrew Tarr

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Doctoral Student

Andrew John Tarr is a full-time doctoral student at the McBee Institute of Higher Education and is a research assistant on the Data Analysis and Visualization team for the State Services and Decisions Support unit of Carl Vinson Institute of Government.

His diverse research interests, which often intersect, include politics, intermediary organizations, internationalization, economics, labor, and strategic planning -- all with a particular focus on the contributions and recognition of higher education as a public good (locally and globally). 

Tarr has a decade of experience working in public universities in Georgia, Illinois, Virginia, and Wisconsin. His work has been in a variety of areas, such as institutional research, admissions, international student advising, registrar's office, and strategic planning. He has earned a double-major BA in Sociology and Communications from Augusta University, a MS in Management (Specialization in Project Management) from Colorado State University-Global Campus, and a EdS in Higher Education Administration from Old Dominion University. 


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