Richard Hall is a Research Scholar in the Program for Leadership and Character in the Professional Schools. Richard focuses on measurement and evaluation in his role particularly as it pertains to assessing programs and interventions designed to develop character and leadership skills in the professional schools. Richard’s background is in public policy and education. He received his B.A. in American Government and Legal Studies from Bowdoin College and his M.A. in School Counseling from Adams State University. He received his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Organizations from Vanderbilt University where he used mixed-methods to investigate school counseling programs in domestic and international contexts. His dissertation work was a comprehensive evaluation of the design, implementation, and sustainability of a USAID-funded counseling program in North Macedonia. Prior to pursuing his doctorate, Richard worked in K-12 public school systems as both an autism interventionist and a school counselor. His background in K-12 education, as a researcher and a practitioner, helps to inform his measurement and evaluation work in the higher education setting. 

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Richard Hall
Research Scholar in Measurement and Evaluation in the Professional Schools