University at Buffalo

Sunha Kim (she/her/hers)

Sunha Kim

Associate Professor

COUNSELING, SCHOOL AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION


Specialty/Research Focus

Curriculum and Instruction; Big Data; Access and Equity; Achievement; Assessment; Digital Innovations; Digital Media and Learning; Diversity; Design and Analysis of Longitudinal Research; Design Experiments; Mathematics Education; Educational Policy; Immigrant Issues; Evaluation; Gamification; Large-Scale Assessment and Research; Race, Inequality, and Education; Psychometrics; Online and Distance Learning; Professional / Staff Development; Quantitative Research Methods; Research Design; Research Methods; Statistical Methods and Applications in Statistical Issues; School and District Reform

Contact Information
423 Baldy Hall
North Campus
Phone: 716-645-1127
sunhakim@buffalo.edu


Professional Summary:

Having two PhD degrees in Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) and Educational Statistics, Kim has attempted to integrate IDT and Educational Statistics through her research on equity, diversity, and inclusion, resulting in 31 published or accepted papers (13 first-author and 3 solo-author papers) in peer-reviewed journals (more than 1,700 Google Scholar citations; an h-index of 16 for overall). Her publications include the following: Kim, S., Rosenblith, S., Chang, Y., & Pollack*, S. (2020). Will ICMT Access and Use Support URM Students’ Online Learning in the (Post) COVID-19 Era? Sustainability, 12(20), 8433. (SSCI Index Impact Factor: 3.251; 5-year: 3.473; * represents a student co-author); Kim, S. & Faith, M. S. (2020). Cyberbullying and ICT uses for immigrant youths: Serial multiple-mediator SEM analysis. Children and Youth Services Review, 110, 104621. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2019.104621 (SSCI Index Impact Factor: 2.393; 5-year: 1.870); Kim, S. (2018). ICT for children of immigrants: Indirect and total effects via self-efficacy on math performance. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 55(8), 1168-1200. https://doi.org/10.1177/0735633117699954 (SSCI Index Impact Factor: 3.088; 5-year: 2.909).

Kim has received external funding for grants totaling $1,284,424. In addition, she has served as an evaluator or a consultant on additional grants totaling $3,770,632. Kim has conducted studies funded by an NSF and Committee For Children including 4 newly-awarded federal grants, resulting in 7 published/accepted papers and multiple presentations including the following: Kim, S., Kim, T., & Nickerson, A (Accepted, 2022). The longitudinal impact of Second Step Child Protection Unit on Children: Gender as a Moderator. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse (JCSA) (SSCI Index Impact Factor: 2.189; 5-year: 2.287) (This paper is from a Grant activity, the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA)

By utilizing her quantitative research method expertise, Kim has actively collaborated, resulting in multiple papers including the following: Meier, S. & Kim, S. (2021). Meta-Regression Analyses of Relationships Between Burnout and Depression With Sampling and Measurement Methodological Moderators. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. doi.org/10.1037/ocp0000273 (SSCI Index, APA Journal, Impact Factor: 7.365).

Education and Training:
  • PhD, Virginia Tech, Educational Research and Evaluation (2014)
  • PhD, Virginia Tech, Curriculum and Instruction (Instructional Design and Technology) (2009)
Awards and Honors:
  • 3rd Place of the Short Paper Award: Professional Development Opportunity, Digital Skills, and BIPOC Professionals’ Decision to Leave: A Serial Multiple-Mediator SEM Model (Bright, K., Kim, S., VanScoy, A., & Colón-Aguirre, M.); Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T); 2022-08-31;
  • IEEE Connecting the Unconnected (CTU) Challenge Prize: Technical Proof of Concept 2nd Place (Malandra, F., Mastronarde, N., Kim, S., Guan, Z., &, Saberi, H. ); IEEE (IEEE’s entire Technical Program Committee and CTU Selection Committee); 2021-10-29;
  • Exceptional Graduate Educator Award; LAI-GSA, GSE, UB; 2020-05-20;
  • Exceptional Doctoral Mentor; LAI-GSA, Graduate School of Education, UB; 2019-04-26;
  • STAR Faculty Award for Teaching; Graduate School of Education (GSE); 2018-05-04;
Grants:
Grant:
  • CAREER: 3D Printed Carbon-Metal Nanohybrid Aerogels for Highly Efficient Adsorptive/Catalytic Removal of PFASs. Kim, S. as an Evaluator.; Federal; NSF; Awarded; (08/01/2022-07/31/2027)
  • The Metagenomics Education Partnership: Harnessing the Power of Microbial Genome Sequencing and Big Data with High School Students and Teachers. Kim as a Co-PI.; Federal; National Institutes of Health (NIH); Continuing; (06/01/2022-05/31/2025)
  • CAREER: Reliable Superinsulated Building Envelopes via Predictive Multiphysics Modeling. Kim, S. as an Evaluator.; Federal; NSF; Awarded; (02/15/2022-01/31/2027)
  • OVERCOME: Connectivity for Underserved Communities – Buffalo Project. Awarded from NSF/US-IGNITE (CNS-2044448). Kim, S. as a Principal Investigator (PI).; Federal; NSF/US-IGNITE (CNS-2044448); Awarded; (11/09/2021-05/31/2022)
  • Using Survival Analysis to Identify Opportunities for Retention of Librarians of Color. Kim, S. as a Co-PI.; Federal; Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS); Awarded; (09/01/2021-08/31/2024)
  • CAREER: Facilitating Autonomy of Robots Through Learning-Based Control (2021-2026). Awarded from NSF. Zheng as a PI with Kim, S. as a Senior Personnel (Evaluator).; Federal; NSF: Award Number (FAIN): 2046481; Awarded; (08/31/2021-08/31/2026)
  • Citizen Science Teachers: University at Buffalo (UB) Noyce Residency Scholars.; Federal; NSF; Awarded; (07/01/2021-06/30/2026)
  • OVERCOME: Internet service delivered via CBRS to the historic and under-resourced Fruit Belt neighborhood near the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. Kim, S. as a Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI); NSF/US-IGNITE and Schmidt Futures; Awarded; Federal; NSF/US-IGNITE and Schmidt Futures; Awarded; (04/01/2021-06/30/2022)
  • [1] CAREER: Facilitating Autonomy of Robots Through Learning-Based Control (2021-2026). Zheng as a PI with Kim, S. as a Senior Personnel (Evaluator); [2] Citizen Science Teachers: University at Buffalo (UB) Noyce Residency Scholars (2021-2025). Awarded from NSF. Kim, S. as an Evaluator; [3] CAREER: Reliable Superinsulated Building Envelopes via Predictive Multiphysics Modeling (2022-2027). Awarded from NSF. Kim, S. as an Evaluator; [4] Randomized Controlled Trial of Second Step Child Protection Unit; Foundation and Research Organization; Committee for Children; Awarded; (06/01/2017-12/31/2020)
  • Gateways to Algebraic Motivation, Engagement and Success (GAMES): Supporting and Assessing Fraction Proficiency with Game-Based, Mobile Applications and Devices (Continuing: DRL# 1118571); Federal; National Science Foundation (NSF); Awarded; (09/01/2014-05/31/2015)
Sponsored Research:
  • Interdisciplinary Literacies for Diverse Learners: A content-based approach to learning English through STEM; Local; GSE; Awarded; (06/06/2022-07/31/2022)
Publications:
Journal Article:
  • Dudley, M., Nickerson, A, Kim, S., & Livingston, J (2022). School-Based Child Abuse Prevention: The Role of School Climate in Intervention Outcomes for Teachers. Psychology in the Schools (SSCI Impact Factor: 1.134; 5-year: 2.031) (This paper is from a Grant activity, the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA.)
  • Henninger, M., Clements, A., Kim, S., Rothman, E., & Bailey, B (2022). Prevalence of opioid use and intimate partner violence among pregnant women in South-Central Appalachia, USA. Substance Use and Misuse (SSCI Impact Factor: 2.164; 5-Year: 2.169). (This paper is an extension of a student’s class project from CEP526)
  • Kim, S., Nickerson, B., & Kim, T. (2022) The role of Second Step Child Protection Unit online teacher training in explaining teacher and student outcomes: Multilevel SEM Analysis. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40653-022-00476-z (This paper is from a Grant activity, the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA.)
  • Meier, S. T., & Kim, S. (2022). Meta-regression analyses of relationships between burnout and depression with sampling and measurement methodological moderators. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 27(2), 195. (SSCI Index Impact Factor: 7.365; 5-Year: 7.150, APA Journal)
  • Chang, M., Bang, H., Kim, S., & Nam, J. (2021). Do sports help students stay away from misbehavior, suspension, or dropout? Studies in Educational Evaluation, 70. doi.org/10.1016/j.stueduc.2021.101066. [SSCI Impact Factor: 1.953]
  • Nickerson, A., Kim, S., Dudley*, M., & Livingston, J., & Manges*, M. (2021). Longitudinal impact of the second step child protection unit on teacher knowledge, attitude, and climate. Children and Youth Services Review (SSCI Index Impact Factor: 2.393; 5-year: 1.870: This paper is from a Grant activity, the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA)
  • Depner*, R., Cook-Cottone, C., & Kim, S. (2020). Structural Relationship between Mindful Self-Care, Meaning Made, and Palliative Worker´s Quality of Life. International Journal of Stress Management. https://doi.org/10.1037/str0000209 (SSCI Index Impact Factor: 3.387; 5-year: 4.043, APA Journal: This paper is an extension of a student’s dissertation)
  • Kim, S., Rosenblith, S., Chang, Y., & Pollack*, S. (2020). Will ICMT Access and Use Support URM Students’ Online Learning in the (Post) COVID-19 Era?. Sustainability, 12(20), 8433. (SSCI Index, Impact Factor: 3.251; 5-year: 3.473)
  • Kim, S. & Faith, M. S. (2020). Cyberbullying and ICT Uses for Immigrant Youths: Serial Multiple-Mediator SEM Analysis. Children and Youth Services Review, 110, 104621. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2019.104621 (SSCI Index Impact Factor: 2.393; 5-year: 1.870)
  • Zhang, M., Bang, H., Nam, J., & Kim, S. (2020). Interscholastic sports participation and suspension. Test Engineering & Management, 83, 16401-16406.
  • Kim, S., McVee, M., & Faith, M. S. (2019). Can Information and Communication Technology Improve College Access for All in the United States of America? Educational Sciences: Theory and Practice, 19 (3), 14-32. doi: 10.12738/estp.2019.3.002 (Academic Analytics Indexed).
  • Kim, S., Nickerson, A., Livingston, J., Dudley*, M., Manges*, M., Tulledge*, J., & Allen, K. (2019). Teacher Outcomes from the Second Step Child Protection Unit: Moderating Roles of Preparedness and Treatment Acceptability (Grant from the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA). Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. (SSCI Index) (* represents a student co-author)
  • Bang, H., Chang, M., Lee, C., Kim, S., & Taliaferro, A. (2019). Sport participation, locus of control, and academic performance among early adolescents: Racial and linguistic difference. Sociological Spectrum (SSCI Index) doi:10.1080/02732173.2018.1564098
  • Kim, S. (2019). ICT/Media Uses and College Entry for Students from Diverse Backgrounds. Educational Media International, 56 (1), 44-58 (Academic Analytics Indexed). doi: 10.1080/09523987.2019.1583462
  • Kim, S. (2018). ICT and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal for Education: Using ICT to Boost the Math Performance of Immigrant Youths in the US. Sustainability, 10 (12), 4584 (SSCI Index). doi:10.3390/su10124584
  • Kim, S. (2018). ICT for Children of Immigrants: Indirect and Total Effects via Self-Efficacy on Math Performance. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 55(8), 1168-1200. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0735633117699954
  • Kim, S., Chang, M., Deater-Deckard, K., Evans, M., Norton, A., & Samur, Y. (2017). Educational Games and Students' Game Engagement in Elementary School Classrooms. Journal of Computers in Education, 4(4), 395-418. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40692-017-0095-4. (NSF grant: DRL# 1118571)
  • Kim, S., Chang, M., & Park, J. (2017). Survival Analysis for Hispanic ELL Students’ Access to Postsecondary Schools: Discrete Model or Cox Regression? International Journal of Research & Method in Education. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1743727X.2017.1307956
  • Chang, M., Evans, M., Kim, S., Norton, A., Deater-Deckard, K., Balci, O., & Samur, Y (2016). The Effects of an Educational Video Game on Mathematical Engagement. Education and Information Technologies, 21(5), 1283-1297. doi: 10.1007/s10639-015-9382-8 (NSF grant: DRL# 1118571)
  • Kim, S., Chang, M., Choi, N., Park, J., & Kim, H. (2016). The Direct and Indirect Effects of Computer Uses on Student Success in Math. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, and Learning (IJCBPL), 6(3), 48-64. doi: 10.4018/IJCBPL.2016070104
  • Kim, S., Chang, M., Singh, K., & Allen, K. (2015). Patterns and Factors of High School Dropout Risks of Racial and Linguistic Groups. The Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk.
  • Chang, M., Choi, N., & Kim, S. (2015). School Involvement of Parents of Linguistic and Racial Minorities and Children's Mathematics Performance. Educational Research and Evaluation, 21(2), 209-231. Doi:10.1080/13803611.2015.1034283
  • Chang, M., Evans, M., Kim, S., Norton, A., & Samur, Y. (2015). Differential Effects of Learning Games on Mathematics Proficiency. Educational Media International, 52(2), 154-167. doi: 10.1080/09523987.2015.1005427 (NSF grant: DRL# 1118571)
  • Choi, N., Chang, M., Kim, S., & Reio, T. (2015). A Structural Model of Parent Involvement with Demographic and Academic Variables. Psychology in the Schools, 52(2), 154-167. doi: 10.1002/pits.21813
  • Kim, H., Chang, M., Rose, K., & Kim, S. (2012). Predictors of Caregiver Burden in Caregivers of Individuals with Dementia: Findings from a National Survey of National Alliance for Caregiving, 2004. The Journal of Advanced Nursing. 68(4), 846-855.
  • Kim, S., Chang, M., & Kim, H. (2011). Does Teacher Educational Training Help the Early Math Skills of English Language Learners in Head Start? Children and Youth Services Review. 33(5), 732-740.
  • Tickle, B., Chang. M., & Kim, S. (2011). Administrative Support and Its Mediating Effects on US Public School Teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education. 27(2), 342–349.
  • Kim, S., & Chang M. (2010). Does Computer Use Promote the Mathematical Proficiency of ELL Students? Journal of Educational Computing Research, 42(3), 285-305
  • Kim, S., & Chang, M. (2010). Computer Games for the Math Achievement of Diverse Students. Journal of Educational Technology & Society. 13(3), 224–232.
  • Chang M., & Kim, S. (2009). Computer Access and Computer Use for Science Performance of Ethnic and Linguistic Minority Student. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 40(4), 457-489.
  • Chang, M., Lee, B., & Kim, S. (2009). Parenting Classes, Parenting Behavior, and Child Cognitive Development in Early Head Start: A Longitudinal Model. The School Community Journal, 19(1), 157-176.
  • Kim, S., & Chang, M. (2008). Computer Use in Diverse Learning Contexts in ELS 2002: Gender, Race and Learner-Centeredness Effects and Implications. The Journal on School Educational Technology, 3(4), 55-65.
  • Chang, M., Kim, S., & Singh, K (2008). The Computer Use of Ethnic and Linguistic Minority Students and Academic Performance. The International Journal of Learning, 15(1), 245-253.
Book Chapter:
  • Kim, S., Nickerson, B., & Kim, T (2022). The Impact of Second Step Child Protection Unit Teacher Training: Latent Moderated SEM Approach. Child Abuse and Neglect (Working title; This invited book chapter is from a Grant activity, the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA.)
  • Lee, J., Lamb, R., Kim, S. (2021). Artificial intelligence and learning. In Oxford Bibliographies in Education. Ed. Anne Hynds. New York: Oxford University Press, DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199756810-0269
Other:
  • Chang, M., Bang, H., Nam, J., & Kim, S. (2020). High school students’ sport participation and school suspensions. Proceeding of International Conference on Information and Education Innovation (ICIEI-20), Frankfort, Germany.
  • Chang, M., Kim, S., & Nam, J. (2020). Perceived Teacher and School Effects and Students’ Performance. Proceeding of International Conference on Education Development and Studies (ICEDS), Paris, France.
  • Chang, M., Kim, S., & Choi, N. (2015). The Relationship of Learner Characteristics of Gaming with Math Engagement. Proceedings of Teaching & Education Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands. (NSF grant: DRL# 1118571)
  • Chang, M., Evans, M., Kim, S., Deater-Deckard, K., & Norton, A. (2014). Educational Video Games and Students' Game Engagement. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Science and Applications (ICISA), Seoul, South Korea, 2014. (NSF grant: DRL# 1118571)
Presentations:
Conferences:
  • Bright, K., Kim, S., Colón-Aguirre, M., & VanScoy, A.(Accepted). Professional Development Opportunity, Digital Skills, and BIPOC Professionals’ Decision to Leave: A Serial Multiple-Mediator SEM Model. Paper to Present at ASIS&T 2022 (This is from a Grant activity [Institute of Museum and Library Services {IMLS}:Log Number: RE-250087-OLS-21);
  • Kim, S. & Meier, S. (April, 2022). ICT Access and Use for Online Learning and Digital Inclusion in the COVID-19 Era. Paper to Present at the AERA 2022 Annual Conference (Paper Session).;
  • Puglisi (Dzierzanowski)*, C., Delucia, J., & Kim, S. (April, 2022). The Comparison of Robotic Animal-Assisted Therapy Versus Alive Animals to Increase Overall Well-Being of Individuals: A meta-analysis. Paper to Present at the AERA 2022 Annual Conference (Poster Session).;
  • Kim, S., & Rosenblith, S. (2021). Does Gender Have a Role in Using ICTs for Online Learning During the COVID-19 Era? Paper Presented at the AERA 2021 Annual Conference (Paper Presentation).;
  • Kim, S., Kim, T., & Nickerson, A. (2021). The Longitudinal Impact of Second Step Child Protection Unit on Children: Gender as a Moderator. Paper Presented at the AERA 2021 Annual Conference (Paper Presentation; Grant from the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA);
  • McFadzean*, J., Reynolds, A., & Kim, S. (2021). Examining the Link between Racial Identity Attitudes and Racial Psychological Trauma for Black Individuals. Round Table Presented at the AERA 2021 Annual Conference.;
  • Nickerson, A., Kim, S., Dudley*, M., Livingstone, J., & Manges*, M. (2021). The Longitudinal Impacts of Teacher Training on Teacher Knowledge, Attitude, and Climate. Paper Presented at the AERA 2021 Annual Conference (Round Table). (Grant from the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA);
  • Su* M., & Kim, S. (2021). Opportunity, Engagement to Learn, and Students Math Literacy: A Structural Model on PISA2012. Poster Session at 2021 APA Annual Convention.;
  • DeVillier*, N., & Kim, S. (2020, Accepted). Service Learning and High School Graduation: A Survival Analysis. The Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA), San Francisco. (*student co-author);
  • Kim, S. & Faith, M. (2020, Accepted). Cyberbullying and Immigrant Youths. Paper Accepted at the AERA 2020 Annual Conference, San Francisco.;
  • Kim, S., Nickerson, A. & Kim, T. (2020, Accepted). The Role of Teacher Training in Explaining Teacher and Student Outcomes: Multilevel SEM Analysis. Round Table Accepted at the AERA 2020 Annual Conference, San Francisco. (Grant from the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA);
  • Lim*, S., Stone-Johnson, C., & Kim, S. (2020, Accepted). Mediatory Role of Professional Development to Improve Teachers’ Job-Satisfaction: Based on SEM Approach. Poster Accepted at the AERA 2020 Annual Conference, San Francisco.;
  • Lu*, M., & Kim, S. (2020, Accepted). The Relationship Among School Outreach Practices, Parental Involvement, Students’ Self-Efficacy, and Students’ Math Achievement. Round Table Accepted at the AERA 2020 Annual Conference, San Francisco. (* student co-author);
  • Nickerson, A., Livingstone, J., & Kim, S. (2020, Accepted). Second Step Child Protection Unit: Outcomes, Processes, and Mechanisms from a Mixed-Method Randomized Controlled Trial. 2020 SRCD Special Topic Workshop: The State of Research on Prevention of Child Maltreatment: Current Knowledge and Future Directions to Inform Policy and Practice. St. Louis, Missouri (Grant from the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA).;
  • Kim, S. (2019, April). Can Technology Promote College Access for Youths from Diverse Backgrounds? Paper Presented at the AERA 2019 Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.;
  • Kim, S. (2019, April). Will ICT Access and Use Benefit Students of Diverse Backgrounds in US Schools? Paper Presented at the AERA 2019 Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.;
  • Kim, S., Nickerson, A., Livingston, J., Allen, K., Dudley*, M., Manges*, M &, Tulledge*, J. (2019, April). The Potential of Teacher Trainings for Child Abuse Prevention. Paper Presented at the AERA 2019 Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada. (Grant from the Committee for Children, Seattle, WA) (* represents a student co-author);
  • McFadzean*, J., Reynolds, A., & Kim, S. (2019, April). The exploration of a racist act: Examining the link between racial identity attitudes and racial psychological trauma. Celebration of Student Academic Excellence, University at Buffalo. [Won Sustainability Award.] (* represents a student co-author);
  • DeVillier, N., Lamb, R., & Kim, S., & Zhao, Y. (2018, April). Community Service and High School Graduation: A Survival Analysis. Round Table Session at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York.;
  • Kim, S. (2018, April). Structural Relationship Between ICT/Media Use and College Entry Rate for Students from Diverse Backgrounds. Round Table Session at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York.;
  • Chang, M., Park, J & Kim, S. (2017, April). Advanced Mathematics Course-Taking for Racial/Linguistic Minority Students’ Post-Secondary Enrollment. Round Table Session Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San-Antonio, Texas.;
  • Jiajiao, J., & Kim, S. (2017, April). The Effects of Information and Communication Technology on Student Math Achievement: Path Analysis. Paper Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San-Antonio, Texas.;
  • Kim, S., Chang, M., & Park, J. (2017, April). The Direct, Indirect, and Total Effects of Computer Uses on Mathematics Performance of Immigrant Youths. Paper Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San-Antonio, Texas.;
  • Park, J., Reid, M., Chang, M., & Kim, S. (2017). Using Hierarchical Generalized Linear Modeling to Study Teacher Attrition: A Focus on Part Time Employment. Poster Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San-Antonio, Texas.;
  • Chang, M., Kim, S., & Park, J. (2016, April). How Parents’ Monitoring Behavior for Students’ Gaming Affect Students’ School Outcomes. Poster Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC. (NSF grant: DRL# 1118571);
  • Kim, S. (2015, April). Invited Talk at the Computer and Internet Applications in Education [CIAE] SIG Business Meeting. Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Illinois.;
  • Kim, S., & Chang, M. (2015, April). Teachers' Influence on the Dropout Risks of Racial and Linguistic Minority High School Students. Paper Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Illinois.;
  • Kim, S., & Chang, M. (2015, April). The Validation of Computer Game Engagement Instrument (CGEI) Using Rasch Model. Round Table Session Presented at the Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Illinois.;
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Activities:
Professional Service:
  • Chair for an AERA 2021 Division E symposium
    04/08/2021-04/12/2021
  • Member, Project OVERCOME Measurement/Evaluation team: Information available at https://www.us-ignite.org/program/overcome/
    04/01/2021-07/31/2022
  • Member, Community Outreach Team: Information available at http://www.buffalo.edu/community/news/campus-news.host.html/content/shared/university/news/news-center-releases/2021/04/004.detail.html
    04/01/2021-06/30/2022
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    Contact Information

    423 Baldy Hall
    North Campus
    Phone: 716-645-1127
    sunhakim@buffalo.edu