Reagan Curtis, PhD
Department Chairperson and
Professor, Educational Psychology
West Virginia University
College of Education and Human Services
Department of Learning Sciences and Human Development
Reagan Curtis is a professor of educational psychology, chair of the Department of Learning Sciences & Human Development ( https://lshd.wvu.edu/), and founding director of the Program Evaluation and Research Center ( https://perc.cehs.wvu.edu/) of the College of Education & Human Services at West Virginia University. Dr. Curtis also serves as director of the tracking and evaluation core of the West Virginia Clinical & Translational Science Institute (WVCTSI, U54GM104942).
Dr. Curtis has long experience directing evaluation of major federally funded projects including funding from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation among others. He pursues a diverse research agenda in (a) the development of mathematical and scientific knowledge across the lifespan, (b) online delivery methods and pedagogical approaches to university instruction, and (c) research methodology, program evaluation, and data analysis (qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methodological) for studies in developmental, educational, health sciences, and counseling contexts.