Andrew Estrada Phuong is a Chancellor’s Fellow, consultant, and program developer. He has a master's degree from Harvard University and has conducted mixed-methods experimental research. Phuong has studied how adaptive equity-oriented pedagogies and instructor professional development strategies reduce stereotype threat and enhance students’ academic achievement, growth mindsets, and psychosocial outcomes (e.g., motivation, self-efficacy, sense of belonging, inclusion).
Phuong also uses human-centered design and hierarchical and longitudinal regression modeling to examine how equity-oriented practices can improve student, instructor, and staff outcomes. Drawing on this research and evidence-based approaches, he studies organizational change and development practices that advance equity, access, and inclusion.
Some of Phuong's core areas of expertise include:
- Adaptive Equity-Oriented Practices
- Learning Sciences Perspectives on Equity and Human-Centered Design
- Mixed Methods and Experimental Designs
- Hierarchical and Longitudinal Regression Modeling
- Organizational Change and Resistance to Change
Specializations and Interests
Adaptive Equity-Oriented Practices; Learning Sciences Perspectives on Equity and Human-Centered Design;Mixed Methods and Experimental Designs; Hierarchical and Longitudinal Regression Modeling; Organizational Change and Resistance to Change