National study of learning mindsets early career fellows

The Mindset Scholars Network and the University of Texas at Austin’s Population Research Center awarded National Study of Learning Mindsets Early Career Fellowships to 13 outstanding emerging scholars, with generous funding provided by the Bezos Family Foundation. Fellows will participate in a year-long research network during which they will use the National Study of Learning Mindsets data to research ideas about mindset science in education contexts, build a community of interdisciplinary colleagues, and advance knowledge for both scientific and lay audiences.

2018-2019 National study of learning mindsets early career fellows

Guillaume Basse

University of California, Berkeley

Nigel Bosch

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Michael Broda

Virginia Commonwealth University

Alexander Browman

Boston College

Jazmin Brown-Iannuzzi

University of Kentucky

Nicholas Buttrick

University of Virginia

Maithreyi Gopalan

The Pennsylvania State University

Soobin Kim

Michigan State University

Alison Koenka

The Ohio State University

Manyu Li

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Xu Qin

University of Pittsburgh

Eunjin Seo

Texas State University

Nicole Sorhagen

Millersville University