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Peabody presentations at the APPAM conference
Published November 21, 2016
Faculty and students from Peabody College of education and human development participated in numerous presentations, panels, and roundtables during the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management's Fall Research Conference, November 3 - 5 in Washington, D.C.
Some of the Peabody presentations included:
- Jason Grissom, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Education, discussed supervisor ratings as measures of principal performance.
- Mary Beth Shinn, Professor, Human & Organizational Development, presented findings from the Family Options Study, which evaluated the effectiveness of federal support for homeless families.
- Angela Boatman and Brent Evans, Assistant Professors of Public Policy and Higher Education, featured their research on loan aversion among high school seniors.
- Matthew G. Springer, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Education, talked about the compositional effect of incentive pay for teacher performance.
Additionally, Peabody Professor Carolyn Heinrich, currently APPAM President-elect, transitioned to APPAM President at the conference.
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