Renée D. Edwards, PhD
Student Decision Making about Community College Information Technology Programs and Careers
Dr. Edwards is a Senior Researcher at the Education and Employment Research Center at Rutgers University specializing in qualitative research methods. She has over nine years of experience conducting research on policy, education, and workforce. She has published papers
on examining the outcomes of students from community college Information Technology, electrical engineering, and advanced manufacturing programs, outcomes and student perceptions of modified community college healthcare curriculum, alternatives to developmental education, student decision-making about career pathways, the use of technology in science education, and the effects of career coaching and advising reforms.