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Nina Arshavsky, Ph.D.

Senior Research Specialist
Phone: 336-315-7414
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Dr. Nina Arshavsky joined SERVE as a Senior Research Associate in 2008. Dr. Arshavsky’s research and evaluation projects focus on STEM and high school reform efforts. She has also focused on studying the Early College High School model, the implementation of this model, and how it impacts student learning and postsecondary outcomes. She served as a Project Director for a number of projects, including the evaluation of the NSF-funded ATE project MechTech Institute; the evaluation of the Math and Science Partnership ASSIST; the evaluation of the Race to the Top STEM initiative; and the evaluation of North Carolina Department of Public Instruction state-wide professional development initiative on formative assessment, and coordinated an evaluation of the STEM Early College Expansion Partnership. Currently, she leads an evaluation of the Smart Foodscapes project funded by The National Institute of Food and Agriculture, and evaluates early college and dual enrollment implementations in the states of Indiana and North Carolina.

For nearly 30 years, Dr. Arshavsky’s work has spanned all aspects of math education, particularly in the middle and high school levels, including research and evaluation, curriculum development and professional development.