Research and Development Project Coordinator
Grey Reavis partners with Duke faculty, staff, and students to develop research projects focusing on teaching and learning. They work in collaboration with faculty to establish research questions, develop IRB protocols, design survey instruments, collect consent, write literature reviews, and clean and analyze data.
Grey is currently a doctoral student in the Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development, Higher Education program at North Carolina State University. Prior to joining Duke, they worked as a Research Associate with the National Initiative for Leadership and Institutional Effectiveness, where they designed, implemented, and analyzed climate surveys for university partners. Previously, they served as the University IT Accessibility Coordinator at NC State University, where they oversaw accessible technology, promoted awareness of accessibility across campus, and established policies and practices relating to the university’s IT systems, websites, and course materials. They received their MA in English and their MEd in Instructional Technology. They have presented at the Association of the Study of Higher Education conference, ATHEN’s Accessing Higher Ground Conference, the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Conference, and a number of other higher ed conferences. Much of their time outside of work is devoted to their work as a beekeeper and mentor within the beekeeping community.