Joe Perry King

4005 15th Ave. NE, Apt. 101

Seattle, WA 98105

Home: 206-913-2912

Mobile: 580-399-7150

E-mail: jp@joepking.com

 

Professional Interests:

Data analysis of data for policy design and policy analysis

Multilevel regression modeling

Statistical computing and programming

 

Education

Doctor of Philosophy: Expected 2014

Educational Psychology, Measurement, Statistics and Research Design

College of Education

University of Washington - Seattle

Major: Statistics

Cognates within Education: in Policy and Special Education

Outside Cognate: Advanced Statistics

GPA: 3.7

 

Certificates:

Individual Concentration in Social Statistics (2012)

Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences

University of Washington - Seattle

 

Masters of Arts: 2008

Psychology in Education (Clinical Psychology)

Columbia University - Teachers College, New York City, NY

GPA: 3.79

 

Bachelors of Science: 2006

Psychology

East Central University, Ada, OK

GPA: Overall: 3.3, Major: 3.7, Final 60 Credits: 3.69

 

Employment:

Computing and Statistical Consultant: December 2012 - Present

University of Washington: Seattle, WA

Center for Social Science Computation and Research

- Assist students with computer related issues such as help with running statistical analysis on different software packages.

- Provide statistical advice from research or classwork.

- Teach at least one seminar on a subject related to statistical computing with the subject to be determined by the Center and the consultant collaboratively.

 

Research Assistant: December 2012 - Present

University of Washington - Tacoma: Tacoma, WA

College of Education

- Prepare materials for research use to prepare for meetings with other investigators.

- Keep accurate records of research data including backup copies of the data prior to data cleaning or transformations.

- Provide ready access to all research data for researchers.

- Maintain contact with all members of the research team and keep the team updated of members.

- Data entry and quality checking.

- Determination of best software for analysis.

- Data transformation, maintain backup copies of the data, troubleshoot software problems.

- Run model diagnostics and assumptions checking after analysis is completed.

- Assessment of the results to determine the implications to theory, policy and practice.

- Write sections related to research methodology, statistical results and substantive conclusions.

 

Independent Statistical Consultant: November 2012 June 2013

Hofstra University & Adelphi University: Hempstead, NY & Garden City, NY

- Prepare materials for research use to prepare for meetings with other investigators.

- Keep accurate records of research data including backup copies of the data prior to data cleaning or transformations.

- Provide ready access to all research data for researchers.

- Maintain contact with all members of the research team and keep the team updated of members.

- Data entry and quality checking.

- Determination of best software for analysis.

- Data transformation, maintain backup copies of the data, troubleshoot software problems.

- Run model diagnostics and assumptions checking after analysis is completed.

- Assessment of the results to determine the implications to theory, policy and practice.

- Write sections related to research methodology, statistical results and substantive conclusions.

 

Research Assistant: June 2010 - June 2012; September 2012 - December 2012

University of Washington: Seattle, WA

Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

- Prepare materials for research use to prepare for meetings with other investigators.

- Keep accurate records of research data including backup copies of the data prior to data cleaning or transformations.

- Provide ready access to all research data for researchers.

- Maintain contact with all members of the research team and keep the team updated of members.

- Data entry and quality checking.

- Determination of best software for analysis.

- Data transformation, maintain backup copies of the data, troubleshoot software problems.

- Run model diagnostics and assumptions checking after analysis is completed.

- Assessment of the results to determine the implications to theory, policy and practice.

- Write sections related to research methodology, statistical results and substantive conclusions.

 

Research Assistant: March 2010 - June 2010

University of Washington: Seattle, WA

Department of Special Education

- Preparing literature review on policy analysis of barriers to young adults with disabilities transition from high school to college to improve occupational opportunities.

 

Research Assistant: October 2009 - March 2010

University of Washington: Seattle, WA

Department of Special Education

- Working on service learning analysis within the College of Education by examining data from the University of Washington and looking at student characteristics of students within the College of Education.

- Planned a successful presentation by Dr. Kristin Rytter to the College of Education at the University of Washington on her book detailing her experiences of getting a Ph.D. as a person with a disability.

 

Research Assistant: September 2009 - October 2009

University of Washington: Seattle, Washington

Department of Education Leadership and Policy Studies

- Analyzing data for consumption by policy makers and advocacy organization relating to teacher quality.

- Assisting in data collection and analysis of teacher surveys around the state (focusing on new teachers).

 

Research Assistant: September 2008 - June 2009

University of Washington: Seattle, Washington

Department of Teacher Education

- Analyze qualitative video data and report common themes in interview of research participants.

- Organizing and working with technology staff to situate videos of faculty concerning program change online and make it available to certain university faculty around the state of Washington.

- Analyze survey data and write up results with collaborator from Educational Testing Service.

 

Intern: May 2007 - August 2007

Department of Health and Human Services: Washington, DC

Office on Disability in the Office of the Secretary

- Research and advisement on addressing healthcare disparities among individuals with disabilities.

- Implementation of The Surgeon Generals Call to Action to Improve the Health and Wellness of Persons with Disabilities.

- Analysis of mental health and disability relating to Healthy People 2010.

- Working in and eventually leading a group to integrate services and resources for individuals with Traumatic Brain Injuries.

- Write a policy memo on healthcare inequality and disability relating to the status of people with disabilities as not a medically underserved population.

- Addressing concerns among individuals whom inquired about disability benefits and government programs.

 

Teaching

 

Teaching Assistant: January 2011 - May 2011; January 2012 - May 2012

University of Washington: Seattle, Washington

Department of Education Leadership and Policy Studies

Course: Secondary Data Analysis

 

- Assist students with understanding of concepts of basic to intermediate statistical concepts.

- Assisting students with SPSS in completing homework and understanding data output.

- Giving meaningful feedback on homework assignments to understand concepts taught in class.

- Give lectures on visualizing data, Analysis of Variance and Assumptions of Linear Models.

 

Teaching Assistant: January 2008 - May 2008

Teachers College, Columbia University: New York City, NY

Human Development - Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics

Course: Applied Regression Analysis

 

- Assist students in coursework and understanding concepts related to regression analysis, including Simple Linear Regression, Multiple Linear Regression, Analysis of Variance, and Analysis of Covariance. Assisted students with SPSS in completing homework and understanding data output.

- Graded homework assignments and entered grades into online grade book.

 

Software

EQS

LaTeX

Microsoft Access

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft Word

MPlus

R Statistical Software

SPSS

Stata

Publications

Peer Review Journals

Lott, J. L., Hernandez, J., King, J. P., Brown, T., & Fajardo, I. (2013, May). Public Versus Private Colleges: Political Participation of College Graduates. Research in Higher Education. Research in Higher Education, 54(8), 895929. doi:10.1007/s11162-013-9301-z.

 

Book Chapters

Keller, R. & King, J. (2008b). Health Disparities and People with Disabilities (B. C. Wallace, Ed.). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

King, J. P., Hernandez, J, & Lott, J. (2012). Using existing data sources/programs and multilevel modeling techniques for questions in institutional research. In J. Lott & J. Anthony (Eds.), Multilevel modeling: techniques and applications in institutional research (Chap. 3, pp. 4155). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

 

Presentations

Keller, R. & King, J. (2007). The relationship between employment and access to quality healthcare for individuals with disabilities. In Toward global health transformation: research, demonstration projects, and model interventions to reduce disparities in health. New York City.

Keller, R. & King, J. P. (2008a). The relationship between employment and access to quality healthcare for individuals with disabilities. In The second annual health disparities conference: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health: toward integrated evidence-based approaches to health disparity reduction. New York City.

King, J. P., Switch, V. J., & Wood, P. (2005). Tolerance of Homosexuality. In Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Oklahoma psychological society. Oklahoma City.

 

Relevant Coursework

 

University of Washington

Advanced Correlational Techniques

Advanced Education Measurement

Bayesian Statistics for the Social Sciences

Causal Modeling

Data Analysis and Reporting

Educational Inquiry

Empowerment Practice with Persons with Disabilities

Exceptional Children

Experimental Design & Analysis

Hierarchical Linear Models (College of Education)

Hierarchical Linear Models (Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences)

Interventions for Families of Children with Disabilities

Introduction to R

Maximum Likelihood Methods for the Social Sciences

Mental Health Policy

Methods of Applied Behavior Analysis Research

Multivariate Data Analysis

Perspectives on Policy and Policy Making

Problems and Issues in Special Education

Professional Leadership

Program Evaluation

Psychology of Policy Analysis

Review of Mathematics for Social Scientists

Seminar in Applied Special Education

Special Education Law

Structural Equation Modeling

Visualizing Data

 

Teachers College, Columbia University

Adult Psychopathology

Applied Regression Analysis

Comparative Psychotherapies

Death Education

Methods of Empirical Research

Multivariate Analysis I

Probability/Statistical Inference

Psychological Anthropology

Psychology of Adjustment

Psychology of Loss & Trauma

Research and Perspectives on Critical Social Problems

East Central University

Abnormal Psychology

Adolescent Development

Adolescent Sexuality (Independent Study)

Advanced General Psychology

Behavioral Management

Behavioral Science Statistics

College Algebra

Crisis Management (Seminar)

Experimental Psychology

Fundamentals of Speech

General Psychology

Psychology of Personality

Physiological Psychology

Psychology of Consciousness

Psycho-Social Aspects to Disability

Sexuality and Human Relationships (Seminar)

Social Psychology

Sociology of the Disabled (Independent Study)

Spirituality and Family Therapy (Seminar)

Suicide Intervention (Seminar)

Theories of Marriage and Family Counseling

 

Leadership

Interim President: March 2011 - May 2011; September 2012 March 2013

Alliance for Persons with Disabilities: Seattle, WA

- Preside over meetings of the Board of Directors

- Prepare for leadership transition

 

Vice President: May 2010 - April 2012

Alliance for Persons with Disabilities: Seattle, WA

- Chair Committee on Board Recruitment and development

- Service as Board Parliamentarian

 

Director: April 2009 - Present

Alliance for Persons with Disabilities: Seattle, WA

- Fund Development And Fiduciary Accountability

- Membership Development

- Policy and Program Evaluation

- Public and Community Relations

- Executive Director Evaluation

- Subcommittee on Personnel and Accounting Policy.

 

Student Senate Representative: September 2006 - May 2008

Teachers College, Columbia University: Seattle, WA

Committee on Community and Diversity

- Work with proper university officials and offices to ensure diversity and mutual respect among all students.

- Respond to issues of diversity on campus

 

Student Senate Representative: January 2007 - May 2008

Teachers College, Columbia University: New York City, NY

Barrier Removal Committee

- Work to eliminate all barriers to full inclusion of students with disabilities enjoying the benefits of the University.

 

Vice President and Acting Parliamentarian: May 2007 - May 2008

Teachers College, Columbia University: New York City, NY

Teachers College Student Senate

- Election Committee Chair

- Monitor Standing Committees

- Senate Parliamentarian

 

Parliamentarian: September 2006 - May 2007

Teachers College, Columbia University: New York City, NY

Teachers College Student Senate

- Ensure rules are obeyed by the body

- Advise the chair on matters of parliamentary procedure

- Resolve disputes related to the Senate Constitution and University policies and rules

 

Diversity Senator: September 2006

Teachers College, Columbia University: New York City, NY

Teachers College Student Senate

- Work with proper university officials and offices to ensure diversity and mutual respect among all students.

 

Disability Senator: August 2002 - May 2003

East Central University: Ada, OK

East Central University Student Senate

- Work to eliminate all barriers to full inclusion of students with disabilities enjoying the benefits of the University.