Standing Faculty > Ezekiel Dixon-Román, PhDAssistant Professor
3701 Locust Walk, Caster Building
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6214
Dr. Dixon-Román received his bachelor’s degree in psychology and Spanish from North Carolina Central University and his master’s in the social sciences from the University of Chicago, where he concentrated on quantitative methods and race, class, and culture. He also accrued a master’s in psychology while working on his Ph.D. in psychometrics at Fordham University.
Ezekiel Dixon-Román was a Harold Gulliksen Psychometric Research Fellow of Education Testing Service in 2005 and he completed a two-year Institute of Education Sciences postdoctoral fellowship in the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University in 2008. He has received research funding from the American Educational Research Association, the University of Pennsylvania University Research Foundation, and the University of Pennsylvania TRIO Pilot Project Competition.
He is currently leading SP2’s new Latino Social Service & Policy Initiative and he serves on the Boards of the Out-of-School Time Resource Center and Taller Puertorriqueño.