Amy Ribera is a NSSE research analyst. Her primary job responsibilities include supervising the research project associate team, coordinating special local administration of NSSE, conducting NSSE data analysis and reporting, and generating academic research. Amy earned her doctorate in higher education from Indiana University as well as a master’s degree in higher education and student affairs and bachelor’s degree in chemistry. Her research interests include the first-year experience, first-generation students, academic advising, faculty teaching practices, and academic engagement.
Research and data analyses for NSSE, FSSE, BCSSE, and LSSSE