Alumni: Life After Pardee RAND

PRGS Alumni at 2014 Commencement

Photo by Yael Silk

Alumni gather to celebrate Commencement Weekend 2014

Since its inception in 1970, the Pardee RAND Graduate School has graduated more than 300 PhDs. Our alumni have gone on to a wide range of jobs in government, business, non-profit institutions, and academia.

Pardee RAND organizes alumni activities and encourages alumni to let us know of their achievements and whereabouts. This page provides a brief glimpse at some recent events and news.

  • New Approach to Quality-Based Incentives Avoids Undesired Effects on Health Care Providers Who Care for Disadvantaged Patients

    Jan 9, 2015

    Changing health care pay-for-performance programs to account for differences among providers in their patient characteristics can make the incentive schemes more equitable and avoid a redistribution of resources away from providers who care for socioeconomically disadvantaged patients, according to research by Cheryl Damberg (cohort '89).

  • Fall 2014 Issue of Findings Features School Changes

    Dec 2, 2014

    The latest alumni newsletter highlights new ... students, alumni, jobs, scholarships, Board of Governors members, alumni committee members, and much more, including a new effort to reimagine Pardee RAND itself.

  • Access to Technology Is Key to Early Childhood Education

    Nov 4, 2014

    Pardee RAND alum Lindsay Daugherty (cohort '05) and professor Rafiq Dossani find that, for children from all income classes to benefit from the proper use of technology in early childhood education, providers, families, and children themselves must have access to an adequate technology infrastructure, including devices, connectivity, and software.

  • Identifying an Adequate Technology Infrastructure for Early Childhood Education

    Oct 20, 2014

    Infrastructure (devices, software, and connectivity) should support technology's potential to improve learning and build digital literacy among young kids. But Pardee RAND alum Lindsay Daugherty (cohort '05), student Cameron Wright (cohort '12), and professor Rafiq Dossani show that many factors make “adequate infrastructure” a moving target, such as the myriad of choices on the market.

  • Moving Beyond Screen Time: Appropriate Technology Use for Young Children

    Oct 8, 2014

    Appropriate technology use by young kids has traditionally focused on a single, blunt measure: “screen time.” But technology and patterns of use have changed, write Pardee RAND alum Lindsay Daugerty (cohort '05), student Cameron Wright (cohort '12), and professor Rafiq Dossani. A more comprehensive definition should also consider what technology and content kids use, how they use it, and why.