Pamela Lee conducts a wide range of research projects for Ruffalo Noel Levitz and its campus partners. Her responsibilities include developing and administering survey instruments for market research, managing and analyzing data from primary and secondary research, conducting focus groups and other on-campus research, and producing reports and campus presentations based on the findings.
Previously, Ms. Lee served as a research associate for Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL), an education and research consulting firm, and for CTB/McGraw Hill, an educational testing company. She has also worked as a research assistant for the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, as well as the University of Nebraska.
Publications, presentations, and education
Ms. Lee is the co-author of “Is There an Allegiance Effect for Assessment Instruments? Actuarial Risk Assessment as an Exemplar” in Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. She has presented at a number of research conferences around the country. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska, an MA from Sam Houston State University (Texas), and an MBA from the University of Colorado Denver.