University of Wisconsin-Madison
Daniel Corral is a doctoral student in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis. He is also an Institute for Education Sciences Predoctoral Fellow at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research. He received his Bachelor’s in secondary education and history from Beloit College, where he was also a Ronald E. McNair Scholar. He received his Master’s in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis from UW-Madison. He is a native of Chicago, Illinois.
Dissertation Title: Evaluating College Access and Success for Different Generations of Latina/o/xs
Dissertation Abstract: Daniel’s research examines racial inequality in higher education. He recently published a journal article with Nicholas Hillman titled “The Equity Implications of Paying for Performance in Higher Education.” This study evaluated whether Minority-Serving Institutions experienced any changes in state funding levels after the introduction of performance-based funding policies. Daniel’s dissertation is tentatively titled Evaluating College Access and Success for Different Generations of Latina/o/xs. Designed as a collection of three academic papers, his dissertation project will compare and contrast academic outcomes among first-, second-, and third-generation Latina/o/x students. The study will implement quasi-experimental designs on secondary data from surveys collected by the National Center for Education Statistics.