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Madeline Greenberg

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Doctoral Student

Madeline Greenberg is a full-time PhD student at the McBee Institute of Higher Education and works as a graduate research assistant at the Carl Vinson Institute of Government. She earned her BA in Environmental Science and Policy from Florida State University and her MEd in Higher Education Administration from NC State University.

Greenberg has worked as a mixed-methods researcher and consultant for institutions of higher education, helping administrators and faculty make data-informed decisions to enhance the student experience. Her research interests lie largely in higher education law, policy, politics, and data, especially in regards to Title IX and domestic violence on and around campus. 

News Featuring Madeline Greenberg

As we are preparing for the new academic year, the McBee Institute is happy to announce our 2023-2024 HESS officers and Research Roundtable l

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