Sabrina Solanki has accepted a postdoctoral position at the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. She will be working with Professors Susan Dynarski and Brian Jacob in an IES-funded quantitative research grant to estimate the causal effects of education policies and practices on student outcomes. As a postdoctoral scholar, Sabrina will be collaborating with both practitioners and agencies.
During her doctoral studies, Sabrina pursued a specialization in Educational Policy and Social Context (EPSC). Her research foci included higher education policy, intervention research, STEM education, economics of education, and teacher labor market policy. In support of her dissertation research, Sabrina received a National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship. She was advised by Distinguished Professor Greg Duncan, Professor George Farkas and Assistant Professor Di Xu.