Daniel Douglas is a Senior Researcher at the Rutgers University’s Education and Employment Research Center. He is the center’s specialist in experimental and quasi-experimental design, as well as quantitative evaluation methods. At EERC, he is currently working on two grants from the US Department of Education’s First in the World Program. Daniel earned his PhD in Sociology from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York in 2017. His current research projects examine developmental mathematics in postsecondary education, connections between higher education and employment, and student progress through STEM fields of study. His research has appeared in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, The Journal of Higher Education, American Educational Research Journal, and The Sociological Quarterly. His work has been featured in The Washington Post, CNBC, and The Hechinger.