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Recipients of the Outanding Quantitative Dissertation Award 
2011
Zhushan Li of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign was the recipient of the Outstanding Quantitative Dissertation Award for her dissertation, Loglinear Models as Item Response Models.
 
2010
Amery Wu was the recipient of the Quantitative Dissertation award for her dissertation, Pratt’s Importance Measures in Factor Analysis: A New Technique for Interpreting Oblique Factor Models. Her dissertation was supervised by Dr. Bruno Zumbo, Professor of Measurement and Statistics at the University of British Columbia.
 
2009
Li Cai was the recipient of the Quantitative Dissertation award for his dissertation, Metropolis-Hastings Robbins-Monro Algorithm for Maximum Likelihood Nonlinear Latent Structure Analysis with a Comprehensive Measurement Model. His dissertation was supervised by Dr. David Thissen, Professor, and Dr. Robert MacCallum, Professor, at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
 
2008
Hsiu-Ting Yu, a graduate of The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, recived the 2008 Outstanding Quantitative Dissertation Award for her dissertation "Multilevel Latent Markov Models for Nested Longitudinal Discrete Data."
 
2007
Andrew Ho of the University of Iowa, for his dissertation "Comparing Score Trends on High-Stakes and Low-Stakes Tests Using Metric-Free Statistics and Multidimensional Item Response Models."
 
2006
Jianbin Fu, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison,. recived the 2006 Outstanding Quantitative Dissertation Award for his dissertation “Polytomous Extension of the Fusion Model and Its Bayesian Parameter Estimation.”
   
2005
Guanglei Hong won the award for the Quantitative dissertation. Her dissertation was titled, "Causal inference for multi-level observational data with applications to kindergarten retention."
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