Lydia Ross

Clinical Assistant Professor
Faculty
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
1811

Biography

Lydia Ross (she/her) is a Clinical Assistant Professor for the Division of Educational Leadership in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. She also serves as the Executive Director for the Association of Education Finance & Policy. Her research  focuses on access and equity in higher education, with an emphasis on STEM. Further, she is focused on methodologies within research, with focus on quantitative analyses and mixed methods. Lydia has published research on factors that influence faculty tasks assignments, examinations of professional development practices on faculty attitudes and student achievement, faculty dispositions towards and use of active learning practices in undergraduate STEM classrooms, and undergraduate students attitudes and knowledge of admissions practices in higher education. Her research has been published in national and international journals, including Research in Higher Education, Theory into Practice, and Teachers College Record. She holds a PhD in Educational Policy and Evaluation from the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University.

Education

Ph.D., Educational Policy & Evaluation, Arizona State University 

M. P. S., Organizations and Leadership, Unviersity of Denver

B.A., History, University of Colorado

 

 

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Courses

Fall 2021
Course Number Course Title
TEL 701 Advanced Quantitative Methods
EPA 792 Research
Summer 2021
Course Number Course Title
COE 501 Intro to Research/Eval in Educ
TEL 707 Reading the Research
Spring 2021
Course Number Course Title
TEL 701 Advanced Quantitative Methods
TEL 712 Mixed Methods of Inquiry
EPA 790 Reading and Conference
Fall 2020
Course Number Course Title
COE 502 Introduction to Data Analysis
TEL 701 Advanced Quantitative Methods
EPA 792 Research
Summer 2020
Course Number Course Title
TEL 707 Reading the Research
Spring 2020
Course Number Course Title
TEL 701 Advanced Quantitative Methods
TEL 712 Mixed Methods of Inquiry
EPA 790 Reading and Conference
Fall 2019
Course Number Course Title
COE 501 Intro to Research/Eval in Educ
COE 502 Introduction to Data Analysis
EPA 792 Research

Honors/Awards

Best Paper, Mechanical Engineering Division, 2019 American Society for Engineering Education Conference, Tampa, FL. 

Mayled, L., Ross, L., Ankeny, C. J., & Oswald, J. (2019, June). Effects of alternative course design and instructional methods in the engineering classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) conference, Tampa, FL.

 

Best Paper, Professional Interest Council V, 2018 American Society for Engineering Education Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. 

Ross, L., et al. Is there a connection between classroom practices and attitudes towards student-centered learning in engineering?. 

 

Best Paper, Continuing Professional Development Division, 2018 American Society for Engineering Education Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. 

Ross, L., et al. Is there a connection between classroom practices and attitudes towards student-centered learning in engineering?. 

 

Best Paper  2nd Place, First-Year Program Divisions, 2018 American Society for Engineering Education Conference, Salt Lake City, UT. 

Judson, E., et al. The effects of professional development and coaching on teaching practices.      

 

Best Paper, First-Year Program Divisions, 2016 American Society for Engineering Education Conference, New Orleans, LA. 

Middleton, J., et al. Connections Among University Faculty Engaged in the First Two Years of Engineering, and Their Impact on Faculty Attitudes and Practice.

Graduate Faculties / Mentoring History

Dissertation committee: Brittany Schroder, Raquel Alvara, Corrinne Corte, Wendy Lowery, Nicole Mason, Chonsey Pogue, Kristopher Seydel, Alene Terzian-Zeitounian, Diana Gobin, Julieanne Candido Sekel, Derek Thurber

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