Roderick Rose, PhD
Dr. Rose has a background in economics and is skilled in advanced econometric methods. He specializes in research methods for intervention and human services evaluation, with areas of expertise and interest in missing data imputation, hierarchical linear modeling and evaluation design. His areas of interest include child welfare and development.
- Senior Research Associate, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- PhD, 2013, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Public Policy
- MS, 2000, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Economics
- Carmody, K. A., Haskett, M. E., Loehman, J. & Rose, R. A. (2014). Physically abused children’s adjustment at the transition to school: Child, parent and family factors. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 1-13.
- Smokowski, P.R., Guo, S., Rose, R., Evans, C.B.R., & Cotter, K.L. (2014). Multilevel risk and protective factors for internalizing symptoms and self-esteem in disadvantaged adolescents: Modeling developmental trajectories from the rural adaptation project. Development and Psychopathology.
- Rose, R. A., Woolley, M. E., & Bowen, G. L. (2013). Social capital as a portfolio of resources across multiple microsystems: A latent profile analysis strategy. Family Relations, 62(4), 545-558.
- Woolley, M. E., Rose, R. A., Orthner, D. K., Akos, P. A., & Jones-Sanpei, H. (2013). Advancing academic achievement through career relevance middle grades: A longitudinal evaluation of CareerStart. American Education Research Journal, 50(6), 1309-1334.
- Orthner, D. K., Jones-Sanpei, H., Akos, P. T., & Rose, R. A. (2013). Improving student engagement through career relevant instruction in the core curriculum. Journal of Education Research, 106(1), 27-38.