Elizabeth Anthony, PhD

Research Assistant Professor
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences
Senior Research Associate
Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development
Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

Dr. Anthony’s research focuses on the evaluation of social interventions designed to ameliorate the effects of poverty on young children. Her work involves the application of longitudinal, integrated data to evaluate outcomes, drive decision-making and inform policy recommendations regarding early childhood education, health and wellbeing. Dr. Anthony’s current projects include an evaluation of Cuyahoga County’s Office of Early Childhood/Invest in Children programming, an analysis of the Cleveland Department of Public Health’s MomsFirst home visiting program, and a collective impact evaluation of Cleveland Central’s Promise Neighborhood.

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Curriculum Vitae

Teaching Information

Courses Taught

SASS 426. Research Methods
SASS 523. Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation

Education

Doctor of Philosophy
Georgia State University
Master of Arts
Georgia State University
Bachelor of Science
Loyola University, Chicago

Additional Information

In the News

Navigating HIPAA, FERPA and the IRB: Leverage Big Data to Better Serve Children and Families Research Colloquium, Featuring Drs. Beth Anthony & Rob Fischer on February 24
by Mandel School Calendar on February 3, 2017

American Evaluation Association’s 2016 conference
by The Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development on October 27, 2016

2016-2017 Research Colloquia Series Announced
by Mandel School Calendar on September 8, 2016