Katharine Sadowski is a PhD candidate in Policy and Management concentrating in economics and data science. Her research focus is broadly the economics of education and education interventions. Specific research studies have focused on early childhood education policies, teacher preparation programs, school climate, and online learning. Her current work is focused on the relationship between Covid-19 and online learning, the link between housing inequality and educational outcomes, and incorporating natural language processing to inform teacher-child interactions.
INFO 4300: Language and Information (Spring 2020)
PAM 2070: Big Data for Big Policy Problems (Summer 2020)
B.A., history, University of Virginia, 2015
M.P.P, University of Virginia, 2016
Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee Member, Chair of the Summer Diversity Internship Program