School of Education, Room 213
University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309
Gregory Camilli received his PhD in Education from the Research and Evaluation Methodology Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. Prior to coming to CU, he spent 23 years at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. In addition to teaching methodology classes in statistics, measurement, and meta-analysis, his research interests have focused on early education interventions, school factors in mathematics achievement, and multilevel item response theory (IRT) models. Prof. Camilli recently completed a term as Co-Editor of Educational Researcher and also serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. He also serves as a member of the Technical Advisory Committee for the state assessment program of New Jersey.
Most recently, his research has appeared in the Teachers College Record, Reading Research Quarterly, Journal of Educational Measurement, Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, and Educational Measurement, Fourth Edition. His current research projects include the effects of affirmative action in law school admissions, the use of multilevel IRT modeling for identifying test items that are sensitive to instructional effects and the characteristics of different student populations, and Bayesian regression for meta-analysis. His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Law School Admission Council, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and the National Center for Early Education Research.
Ph.D., Education (Research and Evaluation Methodology), University of Colorado, Boulder, 1980
M.A., Education (Research and Evaluation Methodology), University of Colorado, Boulder, 1979
B.A., Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1975