Daniel Klasik

Daniel Klasik
Assistant Professor
Higher Education Administration
(202) 994-1453

Daniel Klasik earned his Ph.D. in Education Policy and M.A. in Economics at Stanford University. He completed his postdoctoral work with the Maryland Equity Project at the College of Education at the University of Maryland.

Dr. Klasik's research uses a wide variety of quantitative methods to study student pathways into and through postsecondary education. His ongoing research topics span how students make decisions about whether and where to attend college; how students' college decision making process shapes later college and life outcomes; and the effect of affirmative action and other admissions policies on campus diversity.

Ph.D., Stanford University
M.A., Stanford University
B.A., Williams College

Reardon, S. F., Kasman, M., Klasik, D., & Baker, R. B. (2016) Student resources and stratification among colleges: An agent-based simulation of five mechanisms of the college sorting process. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 19 (1), 8.

Klasik, D. (2013). The ACT of enrollment: The college enrollment effects of required college entrance exam testing. Educational Researcher, 42 (3), 151-160.

Klasik, D. (2012). The college application gauntlet: A systematic analysis of the steps to four-year college enrollment. Research in Higher Education, 53 (5), 506-549.

Horng, E., Klasik, D., & Loeb S. (2010). Principal time-use and school effectiveness. American Journal of Education, 116 (4), 491-523.

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Dr. Daniel Klasik was awarded a National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship. The National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Program supports early career scholars working in critical areas of education research. This highly competitive, nonresidential postdoctoral fellowship funds proposals that make significant scholarly contributions to the field of education. The program also develops the careers of its recipients through professional development activities involving National Academy of Education members.