I am an assistant professor within the Human Development and Quantitative Methods division at the Graduate School of Education in the University of Pennsylvania. I received my Ph.D. in Statistics from Northwestern University, where I was advised by Professor Larry V. Hedges.
My research interests lie in developing methodological extensions to the generalizability of experimental results and model-based methods to improve generalizations when faced with small sample sizes. My interests in educational research are influenced by my experience as a former member of Teach for America where I taught 6th and 8th grade mathematics in New York City.
Contact: wechan AT upenn FULL STOP edu.