Associate Researcher and Principal Investigator
Matthew Wolfgram, Ph.D., is an anthropologist of education and education researcher at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research. His research employs ethnography, participatory action research, and other qualitative research methods to study factors that impact the educational experiences of minoritized college students. His recent publications are featured in New Directions for Higher Education, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Harvard Education Review, Teachers College Record, AERA Open, Journal of Education and Work, Action Research, and Anthropology & Education Quarterly. Dr. Wolfgram's newest study examines STEM experiences of Hmong undergraduates across Wisconsin—studentengagedpar.wceruw.org.
Phone: (608) 436-0478
Office: 551S Ed Sciences
Current ProjectsCommunity -Based Learning Coure Development Grant
The College Internship Study: A Longitudinal Mixed Methods Study Exploring theImpacts of College Internships on Student Outcomes at HBCUs
Exploring Student Service Member/Veteran STEM Career Persistence Longitudinally and in Military-Centric Contexts
STEM Undergraduate Education for Minoritized Students: A Longitudinal Mixed-Methods Study of the STEM Experiences of Hmong American College Students