Gregg Harbaugh
Clinical Assistant Professor
Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development
Dept of Education

PhD, University of Washington

Gregg Harbaugh is a clinical assistant professor of education at Boston University where his research focuses on quantitative methods in survey research, relationships between epistemic belief and the development of expertise, and statistics and mathematics instruction in tertiary institutions. He previously worked as a community college mathematics instructor for over 15 years and served as the Academic Chair of Tertiary & Adult Education at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia, prior to arriving here at Boston University.

Dr. Harbaugh is an international scholar who collaborates with many researchers in a variety of disciplines as a statistical analyst. He has co-authored many publications, including a paper with Greg Thompson that won the Australian Association of Research in Education 2012 Best Early Career Researcher Paper. His most recent methodological research work investigates the influence of response styles on latent variable analyses for survey data. His recent academic research in education focuses on statistics and mathematics education and the development of expertise.

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  1. Thuot PJ, Harbaugh GJ. Extravehicular activity training and hardware design consideration. Acta Astronaut. 1995 Jul; 36(1):13-26. PMID: 11541312.

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