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Congratulations to Dr. Cotterell for receiving a 3-year IES grant

Dr. Michael Cotterell

Congratulations to Dr. Michael E. Cotterell (Co-PI) for receiving a 3-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) Institute of Education Sciences (IES) for a project titled, "Generalized, Multilevel, and Longitudinal Psychometric Models for Evaluating Educational Interventions.” This is a collaborative project with Dr. Matthew Madison (PI) in the UGA College of Education and Dr. Minjeong Jeon (Co-PI) in the UCLA School of Education & Information Studies to develop and make accessible via software a multilevel extension to the longitudinal diagnostic classification model (DCM) that will help education researchers take into account contextual effects that can impact the fidelity and effectiveness of their educational interventions. You can read more about the project here.


Senior Lecturer of Computer Science, Undergraduate Coordinator, Director | CSUA and UGAHacks Hackers Experiential Learning Programs, Ph.D. | University of Georgia, 2017

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