Anne Driscoll

Anne Driscoll
Research Data Analyst,
Stanford University

Anne Driscoll is a research data analyst at the Center on Food Security and the Environment, where she supports Marshall Burke's work on poverty estimation. She is a past fellow of the Data Science for Social Good program at University of Chicago and has consulted for the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Award. Driscoll received her BS in statistical science from Duke University, where she worked on using open data to identify the disproportionate toxicity burden in minority groups across the U.S.

updated 2007

Publications by Anne Driscoll
How the First Semester Matters for Community College Students’ Aspirations and Persistence
A new PACE Policy Brief by Anne Driscoll of the University of California at Davis explains why California must do more than expand access to community college if our state is to prepare the workforce needed to remain economically competitive in the…
A Survey of California Teachers’ Challenges, Experiences, and Professional Development Needs
Listening to Teachers of English Language Learners is the product of collaboration among PACE, the Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning (the Center), and the University of California Linguistic Minority Research Institute (UC LMRI).…