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Lisbeth Goble

Lisbeth Jane Goble

Survey Researcher
Mathematica Policy Research


Biography

Lisbeth Goble is a third-year doctoral student in Human Development and Social Policy. She received a B.S. in statistics from the University of Michigan and an M.A. in Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences (QMSS) from Columbia University. Prior to coming to Northwestern, Lisbeth worked at the National Opinion Research Center (NORC), located at the University of Chicago . While there she worked on several large-scale data collection efforts focusing on survey design and management of data collection. Her research interests focus on education policy, specifically at the secondary and post-secondary level. More specifically, she is interested in how students navigate the college choice process and how institutions can provide better guidance in this decision. She is currently working with Professor Jim Rosenbaum on the High School Transition Study.


Curriculum Vitae

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Research/Scholarship

Education

Year Degree Institution
2010 PhD, Human Development and Social Policy Northwestern University
2003 M.A. (Quantitative Methods in Social Science) Columbia University
2002 B.S. (Statistics) University of Michigan

Dissertation

Year Title  
2010 College Choice and College Success: The Role of Individuals, Institutions, and Policy

Selected Presentations

Goble, L., Person, A. and J. Rosenbaum (June, 2007). Institutional Characteristics and Degree Completion across Student Types. Poster presentation for Institute for Education Sciences Research Conference. Washington, DC.

Goble, L., Person, A. and J. Rosenbaum (April, 2007). Institutional Characteristics and Degree Completion across Student Types. Paper and Presentation for American Educational Research Association Conference, Chicago, IL April 2007.  Presented by L. Goble. Chicago, IL.

Research Interests

Education policy and evaluation; K-12 urban education; teacher effects; quantitative and qualitative methods in education; and adult literacy

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