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Jillian Morn

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PhD, 2023

Morn currently works as a research scientist in the Office of Educational Assessment at the University of Washington.

Jillian earned her Bachelor of Arts in political science and French from Agnes Scott College and her Master of Science in public policy from Georgia Tech. As a graduate student, Jillian served as a research assistant for Georgia Tech’s Center for the Study of Women, Science and Technology.

Her research interests lie at the intersection of gender, policy, and higher education, with a focus on the impact of family formation on graduate student persistence and attrition in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.

News Featuring Jillian Morn

Rob Clark (PhD) is the senior director for Finance and Administration at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Previously, he served as the director of operations, maintenance, and projects at UGA’s Facilities Management Division. Clark is…

by Suzanne R. Graham

The annual awards and recognitions luncheon is a highlight of the year for the McBee Institute’s faculty and staff. In addition to honoring donors, who contributed directly to student and success, and celebrating student and faculty…

AIR Forum, May 29-June 2, 2023

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Several current students and graduates joined Professor Karen Webber, AIR President, at the recent AIR Forum in…

by Jewel Caruso

Jillian Morn, a doctoral candidate, recently gave two presentations for the Assessment Institute. 

Her first presentation was co-presented with Jackie Belanger of UW covering how to build a compelling case with data, "Data…

The Association for Institutional Research (AIR) Forum returned as an in-person gathering on June 6-9, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona.

The Institute will be well represented at the Association for Institutional Research Annual Forum in Denver, May 28-31. Faculty, students, and alumni will be presenting and leading discussion groups.  

Wednesday, May 29

10:15 am - Lori…

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