Roslyn Mickelson

Roslyn Mickelson
Job Title: 
Chancellor's Professor
Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 1984
Research Interest: 
Dr. Mickelson's research interest focuses on the relationship of ethnicity, race, gender, and social class to educational processes and outcomes, educational policy and school reform, school diversity and outcomes across the life course, gender, race, and STEM K-16+ outcomes.





Recent and/or Relevant Publications

Mickelson, R. A., Bottia, M.*, & Lambert, R. (2013). “A Meta-Regression Analysis of the Effects of School and Classroom Composition on Mathematics Outcomes,”   Review of Educational Research   83: 121 - 158.

Moller, S., Mickelson, R. A., Stearns, E., & Bottia, M.*  (2013) “Collective Pedagogical Teacher Culture and Mathematics Achievement: Differences by Race, Ethnicity and Socio-Economic Status”   Sociology of Education. February: 1-21.

Mickelson, R.A., & Nkomo, M. (2012). “Integrated Schooling, Life-course Outcomes, and Social Cohesion in Multiethnic Democratic Societies” Review of Research in Education, 36: 197-238.

Mickelson, R. A. (2012). “Exploring the School-Housing Nexus:  A Synthesis of Social Science Evidence” in  P. Tegeler and C. Hartman (eds). Coordinating Housing and Education Policy to Support  Racial and Economic Integration, Washington, DC:  PRRAC.

Mickelson, R. A., Bottia, M.*, & Southworth, S.* (2012). “School Choice and Segregation by Race, Class, and Ability” in W. Mathis, Gary Miron and Kevin Welner (eds). School Choice: The Evidence, Politics, and Policies for the 21st Century. Routledge

Areas of Research and Teaching Expertise

Social Policy