Our Vision

To become the country's preeminent higher education research center, solving issues of national significance
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Our People

The Center for Higher Education Enterprise (CHEE) is a growing group of staff, faculty, students and external leaders conducting innovative research and policy analysis that will improve higher education. Center staff and students navigate the daily operations and research agenda of CHEE, while Faculty Affiliates contribute expertise in CHEE’s targeted areas of access, affordability, engagement and excellence.

Joshua Hawley

Interim Director, Center for Higher Education Enterprise

Kathy Lechman

Interim Associate Director, Center for Higher Education Enterprise

Regina Robinson-Easter

Executive Assistant

Brittney Ranea Paxton

Program Coordinator

Joseph Kitchen

Postdoctoral Researcher

Todd Suddeth

Program Director - Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male

Meng-Ting Lo

Graduate Research Associate

Trevion Henderson

Graduate Research Associate

Stéphane Lavertu

Assistant Professor, John Glenn School of Public Affairs

Christopher Travers

Graduate Research Associate

Parker Quattlebaum

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Caroline Wagner

Director, Battelle Center for Science & Technology Policy Associate Professor, The John Glenn School of Public Affairs

Robert Holub

Professor, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures College of Arts and Sciences

Vincent Tinto

Distinguished University Professor Emeritus, Syracuse University Senior Fellow, Center for Higher Education Enterprise

E. Gordon Gee

President, West Virginia University

Yixi Wang

Graduate Research Associate

Shay-Jahen Merritté

Communications Specialist

Catherine Wang

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Alexis Little

Graduate Research Associate

Elaine Richardson

Professor of Literacy Studies

Melissa Jungers

Associate Professor / Associate Dean, Psychology

Stephen Moore

Project Coordinator

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