Apply Now for our 2022 Cohort of Research Fellows

In partnership with our Champion-Level sponsors, Women in Measurement is proud to be able to offer a research fellowship program. Our fellowship program offers support for outstanding research aimed at advancing our understanding of race and gender issues in our field. The award is intended to promote women-led research that focuses on gender and/or racial equity in the professional field of educational measurement.

2022 PROPOSAL DEADLINE: May 31, 2022 

Please submit inquiries to fellowship@womeninmeasurement.org

Meet our 2021 Women in Measurement Research Fellows

Congratulations to our inaugural cohort of Research Fellows! Women in Measurement Fellows meet monthly to connect and share updates on their research projects that have been accepted to the 2022 AERA and NCME professional conferences.

Grand Prize Winner

Dr. Jade Caines Lee

Jade Caines Lee, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Clark Atlanta University. The title of Jade's research project is: Amplifying Marginalized Voices: The Experiences of Black Women in Educational Measurement

Our Finalists

Xiaoyan Gu
Doctoral Student at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Project Title: The Perceptions and Practice of Classroom-based Language Assessment for Language-Minority Students--A Translanguaging Perspective

Maeghan Hennessey
Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma

Project Title: Expanding a Consequential Validity Framework for Equity-Minded Assessment


Tomoe Kanaya
Associate Professor at Claremont McKenna College

Project Title: The Representation of Women and People of Color in the Editorial Boards of Peer-Reviewed Journals for Educational Measurement

Maria Baez-Cruz
Post-Doc at Georgia Tech

Project Title: Measuring Teacher’s Promotion of Sociocultural Integration--A Scenario-Based Validation



Reka Barton
Doctoral Student at San Diego State University

Project Title: Testifying & Testimonios--The Importance of Mentoring Relationships for Black Female and Latina Graduate Students on the Pathway to the Professoriate

Sandra Botha
Doctoral Student at University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Project Title: Avatars and Choice--Towards Culturally Responsive Assessment of Black and Brown Middle School Students


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