Lindsay Page is an associate professor of research methodology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Education, a research scientist at Pitt’s Learning Research and Development Center, and a faculty research fellow of the National Bureau of Economic Research. Her work focuses on quantitative methods and their application to questions regarding the effectiveness of educational policies and programs across the pre-school to postsecondary spectrum. Much of her recent work has involved the implementation of large-scale randomized trials to investigate innovative strategies for improving students’ transition to and through college. She holds a doctorate in quantitative policy analysis and master's degrees in statistics and in education policy from Harvard University. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College.
Pimentel, S. D., Page, L. C., Lenard, M., & Keele, L. (2018). Optimal multilevel matching using network flows: An application to a summer reading intervention. The Annals of Applied Statistics, 12(3), 1479-1505.