Harrison, M.H., Hernandez, P. A. & Stevens, M. L. (2022) Should I start at MATH 101? Content Repetition and
Academic Strategy in Elective Curriculums. Sociology of Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/00380407221076490
Stevens, M., Harrison, M.H., Thompson, M.E., Lifschitz, A., Chaturapruek, S. (conference paper). Choices, Identities, Paths:
Understanding College Students’ Academic Decisions. Available here.
Chaturapruek, S., Dalberg, T., Thompson, M. E., Giebel, S., Harrison, M.H., Johari, R., Stevens, M. L., &
Kizilcec, R. F. (2021). Studying Undergraduate Course Consideration at Scale. AERA Open. 7. Available here.
Work in Progress
Harrison, M.H. (under review). Safe Passage: Grading Schemes and Equity in Undergraduate Math
Harrison, M.H. (in production). Giving a Little Extra: How Extracurriculars Reflect Inequality
Harrison, M.H. (in production). What are They Looking For? Search Terms of Course Evaluations
Harrison, M.H. (2022). Nuance in 'No Excuses': Unexpected Progressive Pedagogy and Policy. Education and Urban Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/00131245221076096
Markoff, M. (2016). The Potential and Pitfalls of Blended Learning: Advice for Teachers. New England Mathematics
Journal. 48(1), 57-64. Available here.
Harrison, M.H. & Hernandez, P. (under review). Supporting Interviews: How Technology Can Ease the Pain of Logistics.