Associate Professor, Department of Education
Master in Pubilc Policy Faculty
Suzanne Graham, Ed.D., is Master or Public Policy faculty and a Faculty Fellow of the Carsey School of Public Policy. She is an Associate Professor of Education and Director of Educational Studies in the Education Department. A major focus of her research is on the application of quantitative methods, such as individual growth modeling, survival analysis, and multilevel modeling, to research in education and the social sciences. Suzanne also conducts research on equity and access issues in mathematics education, and some of her work has focused on differences in access to advanced mathematics courses and mathematics achievement for students from rural, urban, and suburban schools.
Suzanne received her doctorate degree in human development and psychology, with a focus on quantitative research methods, from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 1997. She subsequently taught at Harvard for several years, teaching applied courses in regression analysis, covariance structure analysis, research design, and longitudinal data analysis. In 2004, Suzanne joined the Education Department at UNH, where she teaches courses in applied statistics and research design. In 2014, Suzanne received a university teaching excellence award, and she was chosen to be the Education Department Kimball Fellow in 2015. She has presented numerous workshops on longitudinal data analysis both nationally and internationally.
Mathematics Achievement Gaps Between Suburban Students and Their Rural and Urban Peers Increase Over TimeJune 19, 2012
May 10, 2011
December 16, 2009