Jake Bartolone is a Senior Research Scientist in the Education and Child Development Studies department. His work focuses on supporting colleges and universities and other related organizations with effective and affordable research and data collection projects.
Bartolone's research in higher education has included work with universities, foundations, associations, and government agencies on projects spanning quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, experimental design, program evaluation, reporting and data visualization, and individualized consulting.
In addition to serving as NORC’s point person on many higher education-related research and business development efforts, Dr. Bartolone currently leads the Graduate Research Fellowship Program Pilot Data Collection for the National Science Foundation, NORC’s Campus Climate and Sexual Assault Survey efforts, the Evaluation of the Business-Higher Education Forum (BHEF) Undergraduate STEM Interventions with Industry (USI2) program, and NORC’s Doctoral Benchmarking Alliance. He has recently led several projects focusing on the working climate for faculty members as well as other work for university clients and a Spencer Foundation-funded workshop on Career Pathways for Graduate Degree Holders.