Lewis-Sebring Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Sociology, the College, and the Harris School of Public Policy; Chair, Committee on Education, Executive Committee Member, Masters in Computational Social Science Program
Stephen Raudenbush is the Lewis-Sebring Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Sociology, the College and the Harris School of Public Policy, and Chairman of the Committee on Education at the University of Chicago.
He is interested in statistical models for child and youth development within social settings such as classrooms, schools, and neighborhoods. He is best known for his work developing hierarchical linear models, with broad applications in the design and analysis of longitudinal and multilevel research. He is currently studying the development of literacy and math skills in early childhood with implications for instruction, as well as methods for assessing school and classroom quality. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the recipient of the American Educational Research Association Award for Distinguished Contributions to Educational Research.
Education, Social Theory, Inequality, Urban Sociology, Family, Neighborhood, School, Classroom, Early and Middle Childhood, Adolescence, Causal Inference, Educational Disparities