Claire Miller, PhD
Senior Research Analyst
Dr. Miller has 15 years of research experience within the areas of social sciences, experimental research design, advanced quantitative research methodology, and learning analytics. In addition, she has extensive experience working with large data sets, designing data visualization dashboards in Tableau, and writing reports for publication.
Dr. Miller has expertise in basic inferential statistics, including parametric and nonparametric analytic methods, as well as advanced quantitative methodologies, such as structural equation models (path analysis, factor analysis, multivariate analysis, latent growth curve models) and generalized linear mixed models (hierarchical models).
Her work has been presented at multiple national conferences, including the American Educational Research Association and American Psychological Association, and has been published in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Miller has over 10 years of experience teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses, including educational psychology, classroom assessment, research methods, and advanced statistical methods (e.g., multiple regression).
In her spare time, Dr. Miller enjoys traveling and paddleboarding.