Dr. Chi-Ning (Nick) Chang (100% FTE; CV) received his Ph.D. in the Research, Measurement, and Statistics program in Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University in 2020 and has served as an Assistant Research Professor since 2020. His research work centers on quantitative methods (multilevel models, structural equation modeling, decision trees, etc.), engineering graduate education, and STEM motivation and diversity. His main expertise is multilevel structural equation modeling. He is fluent in Mplus, SPSS, and R, on occasion, dabbles in Stata, HLM, and IRTPRO. He currently serves as a PI on a collaborative research project funded by the National Science Foundation (#2031069, #2031066) to address challenges in Engineering graduate programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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