Joseph Nese, Research Assistant Professor
Joseph F. T. Nese is a Research Assistant Professor at Behavioral Research and Teaching at the University of Oregon. He received his Ph.D. in school psychology from the University of Maryland in 2009, and his B.A from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 2002.
His research involves educational assessment and applied measurement, focusing on developing and improving systems that support data-based decision making, and using advanced statistical methods to measure and monitor student growth.
Currently, he is the Principal Investigator on an IES grant (R305A140203) funded for $1.6 million to develop and validate a computerized assessment system of oral reading fluency, and the Data Coordinator for NCAASE (R324C110004), a national center to develop and test various approaches for measuring the achievement growth of students with and without disabilities funded by IES.