Angela Glymph, PhD – Dissertation Consultant and Statistician
Angela Glymph earned her PhD (and MS) in Social Psychology from Howard University in 2008 focusing on juror bias and procedural fairness. She has about 10 years of combined experience in the fields of program evaluation, psychological, public health and educational research, large-scale assessments, statistics, and psychometrics. Her areas of expertise include quantitative statistical analyses, survey research design and methods, and psychometrics. Angela has taught undergraduate and graduate-level statistics, psychometrics, and research methods courses at various universities in the greater Washington, DC area and is currently Adjunct Faculty at Howard University. She enjoys teaching and communicating highly technical information to non-technical audiences. Angela is published, and frequently asked to make presentations and sit on professional panels in the public health and education conferences. She has two textbooks she co-authored that are currently in use in college-level courses. Angela’s passion for teaching and learning is evident in the deep investments she makes in helping students confidently and skillfully engage in research.