Saint Louis University

School of Education Faculty

Takako Nomi, Ph.D.

 Dr. Takako Nomi

Assistant Professor
Educational Studies 

3500 Lindell Blvd 
Fitzgerald Hall 209
Phone: (314) 977-2495
Fax: (314) 977-3214

Curriculum Vitae

Brief Bio
Takako Nomi, Ph.D., is an assistant professor with the College of Education at Saint Louis University.

Dr. Nomi has been the recipient of multiple research grants to study urban educational environments and the impact on the student population. She frequently publishes in prestigious research journals and receives numerous invitations for speaking engagements.

Ph.D., Educational Theory and Policy, Pennsylvania State University - University Park
M.A., Sociology, University of Missouri - St. Louis
B.A., Sociology, University of Missouri - St. Louis, Sum Cum Laude

Teaching Areas
Inferential Statistics
Multi-Level Modeling
Graduate Seminar in Causal Inference Theories and Methods

Research Interests
Urban Education
Education Policy
Inequality in Education
Social Organization of Schools
Quasi-experimental methodologies
Causal Inference Theories and Methods

Community & Professional Service 

Journal Reviewer
Sociology of Education
Educational Researcher
Irish Educational Studies
Elementary School Journal
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness


Conference Proposal Reviewer
American Educational Research Association
Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness

Technical Working Group Member, Regional Educational Laboratory Appalachia

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