Dane Joseph, PhD

Associate Professor of Education

Dane Joseph

Dane C Joseph joined the College of Education in 2015. He holds a PhD in educational psychology with a focus on research, evaluation, and measurement, as well as an MA in philosophy from Washington State University. His scholarship explores innovations in educational programming and measurement methods, particularly on ethics issues.

He has published and presented on randomization effects for multiple-choice test keys, assessments of playing-time inequality in youth sport, and multimethod data use in faculty evaluation and student assessment.

Joseph has over 12 years of college teaching experience and has supervised dozens of education dissertations as chair or methodologist, utilizing survey research, secondary data analysis, and improvement science. Outside of teaching, he occasionally reviews social and behavioral statistics textbooks as well as journal and conference paper proposals. He currently serves on the university's Faculty Personnel Committee.