Francis Huang, Ph.D.
MPSI Methodology Branch Co-Director
Home Mizzou School: Education, School & Counseling Psychology
16 Hill Hall, Columbia MO
Francis Huang is an associate professor in the Statistics, Measurement, and Evaluation in Education program in the College of Education at the University of Missouri and the Methodology Co-Director of the Missouri Prevention Center. His research focuses on both methodological (e.g., analysis of clustered data) and substantive (e.g., school climate, bullying, disparities in disciplinary sanctions) areas of interest. Dr. Huang received his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia in Research, Statistics, and Evaluation.
- Multilevel Modeling/Analysis of Clustered Data, Evaluation,
- School Climate,
- School Violence,
- Exclusionary Discipline Practices.