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Matthew Gregory

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Doctoral Student

Matt Gregory is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Higher Education. He currently works fulltime as the assistant director of Institutional Research & Assessment at Carleton College.

Prior to his time at IHE, Gregory worked as an analyst in the Office of Institutional Research at Northern Kentucky University. His primary responsibilities included coordinating various analytical and assessment efforts for the Division of Student Affairs and the Office of Enrollment and Student Success, as well as supporting the Office of Institutional Research on a variety of university-wide projects. Additionally, Gregory served as an instructor of statistics in NKU’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry and classical studies from Hope College and a Master of Public Health in biostatistics from Emory University. Broadly, Gregory’s research interests center around statistical methods in higher education with a focus on student success, institutional outcomes, and institutional effectiveness.

News Featuring Matthew Gregory

by Jewel Caruso

McBee Institute community members Gregory Wolniak and Matthew Gregory co-authored a study with Marjolein Muskens that appears in the March issue of The Review of Higher Education

A large number of MIHE students, faculty, alumni, and former postdoctoral associates are participating in the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Cultivating Equitable Education Systems for the 21st Century. The…

McBee IHE faculty members and doctoral candidate, Matt Gregory, shared on-going research experience with University System of Georgia (USG) and GA Awards data. The 60-minute session covered stages in a project's lifecycle from idea generation through…

On October 7, the McBee IHE faculty gathered to recognize the achievements of five students, as well as the lives and legacies that our scholarships honor. We were please to host award recipients and their families in person and virtually through Zoom. …

IHE Research Roundtable brought together a group of research awardees and reviewers to share their experience and answer questions about getting dissertation research funding from NAE/Spencer Foundation, AERA, and NSF/AERA.

Sarah Burman, Matthew Gregory and Greg Wolniak assessed Paul Tough's The Years that Matter Most: How College Makes or Breaks Us (2019) in a review published in Teacher's College Record.

An eighteen-month study of the economic impact of advanced degrees led by Charles Knapp, Greg Wolniak, and Jeff Humphreys estimates the actual value to the economic health of the state of higher education degrees among the population. 

The Institute of Higher Education is pleased to announce our 2020-2021 fellowship and award recipients.

While pursuing their degrees, our students continue to make an impact in our field and mark great accomplishments. We recognize four of our…

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