|Title:||Post-Doctoral Research Associate
|Department:||Research, Grants, and Assessment
National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition
Catherine Hartman is a postdoctoral research associate at the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. Catherine works with Center staff to carry out projects related to the Center’s original research agenda and grant-seeking activities.
Prior to joining the National Resource Center, Catherine served as a graduate research assistant at the Center for Community College Student Engagement and at the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin. She also worked as a graduate assistant in the Dean of Students Office and the Office of Academic Advising at the College of William & Mary.
Catherine’s research focuses on community college student persistence and engagement, student transfer from community colleges to four-year schools, undergraduate transfer student identity development, and linguistically diverse students’ experiences in postsecondary contexts.
- Doctor of Philosophy - Higher Educational Leadership and Policy (2019), The University of Texas at Austin
- Master of Education - Higher Education Administration (2015), College of William & Mary
- Bachelor of Arts - English (2013), College of William & Mary
- Associate of Science - Social Sciences (2011), Tidewater Community College
- Associate of Arts - Liberal Arts (2011), Tidewater Community College