Elizabeth A. Barlow
Office: Ezekiel W. Cullen Building, Room #: 204
- Doctor of Education, University of Houston, Administration and Supervision (Higher Education)
- Master of Theological Studies, Harvard Divinity School, World Religions (South Asian Philosophy)
- Bachelor of Arts, Hamilton College, Comparative Religion
Crisp, G., Horn, C., Dizinno, G., & Barlow, L. The Long-term Impact of Admission Policies: A comparative study of two emergent research institutions in Texas. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice. Forthcoming 2012.
Barlow, L., Liparulo, S.P., Reynolds, D.W. (2007). Keeping assessment local: the case for accountability through formative assessment. Assessing Writing, 12(1).
Nora, A., Barlow, L., & Crisp, G. (2006). Examining the tangible and psychosocial benefits of financial aid with student access, engagement and degree attainment. In W.G. Tierney, K. M. Venegas, & M. L. de la Rosa (Eds.), Financial aid and access to college: The public policy challenges. American Behavioral Scientist, 49(12), 1-16.
Schreiber, J., Nora, A., Stage, F.K., & Barlow, L. (2006). Structural equation modeling: An introduction and analysis of a decade of research. The Journal of Educational Research, 99(6).
Nora, A., Barlow, L., & Crisp, G. (2006). An assessment of Hispanic students in four-year institutions of higher education. In J. Castellanos & A. Gloria (Eds.), The Latina/o pathway to the Ph.D. Stylus Publishing, pps. 55-77.
Nora, A., Barlow, E., & Crisp, G. (2005). Student persistence and degree attainment beyond the first year in college: The need for research. In A. Siedman (Ed.), College student retention: Formula for student success. Praeger Publishers, pps. 129-154.
Barlow, E.A. (2002). Undergraduate Success in College: The Impact of the Boarding School Experience (Doctoral dissertation, University of Houston, 2002). Dissertation Abstracts International, 63 (02), 428A.