Suzanne Graham

Suzanne Graham
Faculty Fellow
Associate Professor, Department of Education
Phone: 
603-862-2716

Suzanne Graham, Ed.D., is a faculty research fellow in the Carsey Institute Research Development Working Group and assistant professor of education at the University of New Hampshire. A major focus of her research is on the application of quantitative methods, such as individual growth modeling, survival analysis, and multilevel modeling to educational research. Suzanne also conducts research on equity and access issues in mathematics education. As the Carsey Institute College of Liberal Arts Fellow in the spring of 2009, Suzanne studied differences in access to advanced mathematics courses for students from rural, urban, and suburban schools.

Suzanne received her doctorate degree in human development and psychology, with a focus on quantitative research methods, from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 1997. She subsequently taught at Harvard for several years, including applied courses in regression analysis, covariance structure analysis, research design, and longitudinal data analysis. In 2004, Suzanne joined the Department of Education at UNH, where she teaches courses in applied statistics, research design, and educational psychology.