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The Student Experience Research Network is excited to announce that initial findings are now available for the 13 studies funded through the National Study of Learning Mindsets Early Career Fellowship. While many of these studies are ongoing, each fellow has produced a snapshot of their research that summarizes results and implications to date. The snapshots are intended to be accessible to a broad audience.

The fellowship is a project of the Student Experience Research Network and the University of Texas at Austin’s Population Research Center, with funding from the Bezos Family Foundation. It was designed to support early career scholars to leverage new data from the National Study of Learning Mindsets, a nationally representative randomized controlled trial of an online growth mindset program administered to 9th grade students.

Thirteen emerging scholars received fellowships. They represent the fields of computer science, economics, education policy, psychology, quantitative methods, and statistics. Initial findings from their projects are available in our research library at the following links, and in each fellow’s profile on our National Study of Learning Mindsets Early Career Fellowship page.

The fellowship officially concluded with a capstone event on October 17th in Seattle, Washington, where fellows gave excellent presentations about their projects, received feedback from peers and advisors, and celebrated their accomplishments. The Student Experience Research Network will continue to share updates on the scholars’ research and future collaborations within this interdisciplinary community.

Pictured above, from left to right in the back row: Nigel Bosch, Nicole Sorhagen, Michael Broda, Nicholas Buttrick, Alexander Browman, and Soobin Kim. In the front row: Maithreyi Gopalan, Manyu Li, Eunjin Seo, Jazmin Brown-Iannuzzi, Alison Koenka, and Guillaume Basse. Not pictured: Xu Qin.

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