Dr. Jason Schenker is an Associate Professor in the Evaluation and Measurement program at Kent State University. He currently teaches Quantitative Research, Advanced Quantitative Research, ANOVA and Non-parametric tests, Multivariate Statistics, and Research in Education courses, as well as the occasionally special topics course (e.g., Value-Added Assessment, Evidence-Based Practice, Meta-Analysis). He received his Ph.D. from Kent State in 2007, while employed by the university in the Research Center for Educational Technology (RCET). He spent 4 years at RCET where he was involved in a variety of research projects and educational evaluations. Prior to his time at RCET, he was a graduate assistant at the Bureau of Research Training and Services (now the Research & Evaluation Bureau). Dr. Schenker received his Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Akron, and his Bachelor’s degree from Heidelberg College.
B.A. in Psychology and Music, Heidelberg College, M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, the University of Akron, Ph.D. in Evaluation and Measurement, Kent State University
Meta-analysis, Hierarchical Linear Modeling
Quantitative research methods, Meta-analysis
Psi Chi: National Honorary in Psychology; Chapter Vice-President
Omicron Delta Kappa: National Honorary Society for Leadership and Academic Achievement
Outstanding Senior in Psychology Award at Heidelberg College