I’ve been fortunate to collaborate on research with scholars from around the world, which has broadened my thinking and enriched my personal experiences. Some of my current and past collaborators include:
- Stuart Karabenick, Combined Program in Education and Psychology, University of Michigan
- Serena Shim, Department of Educational Psychology, Ball State University
- Dely Elliot, School of Education, University of Glasgow
- Ahmad Zamri Khairani, School of Educational Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia
- Allison Ryan, School of Education, University of Michigan
- Nir Madjar, School of Education, Bar-Ilan University
- Stephanie Teasley, School of Information, University of Michigan
- Barry Fishman, School of Information, University of Michigan
- Kai Cortina, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan
- Hye-Jung Lee, Institute for Education and Innovation, South Korea
- Sofia-Eleftheria Gonida, School of Psychology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
International Mentoring and Supervising
I’ve had the pleasure of advising a diverse set of MSc and PhD students at the University of Glasgow. My students are from countries such as Scotland, China, England, Ireland, Turkey, Czech Republic, and Thailand.
Through these collaborations I’ve conducted research with student and teacher samples from various countries, including United States secondary and college students, South Korean university students, Chinese university students, Greek primary and secondary students, and Malaysian teachers. Early in my graduate studies I assisted on a project analysing data from PISA and Ron Inglehart’s World Values Survey.