Alison Bowman serves as the Associate Director of the WCER Clinical Program, as well as a Project Manager with the Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative. She is also an Analyst with Bowman Performance Consulting, where she provides research and technical support for Indigenous and tribally-focused evaluations. Alison is a certified project manager with more than a decade of experience working on large, complex education and non-profit evaluation and research projects.
Alison holds a Master of Public Affairs degree from the La Follette School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she studied public policy, administration, and tribal affairs. She is also the advisor for Wunk Sheek, the UW American Indian Student Organization.
Completed WCER Projects
Evaluating the Impacts of Need-Based Financial Aid on Persistence and Completion Rates of Community College and University Students
Health Effects of an Education Experiment with Low-Income Young Adults
The Impact of Current Financial Aid Policies on College Graduation: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment
Rethinking College Choice in America
Wisconsin Scholars Longitudinal Study
The Causal Effects of Financial Aid on the Social Relationships of Low-Income College Students
The Effect of Need-Based Financial Aid on College Persistence
The Impact of Current Financial Aid Policies on College: Supplemental
The Impact of Need-Based Aid on College Graduation: A Randomized Trial of the Wisconsin Scholars Grant
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