About Me

Leslie Rutkowski is Associate Professor of Inquiry Methodology at Indiana University. She earned her PhD in Educational Psychology, specializing in Statistics and Measurement, from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Leslie’s research is in the area of international large-scale assessment. Her interests include latent variable modeling and examining methods for comparing heterogeneous populations in international surveys. In addition to a recently funded Norwegian Research Council FINNUT grant on developing international measurement methods, Leslie published the edited volume Handbook of International Large-Scale Assessment (Rutkowski, von Davier, and Rutkowski, 2014) with Chapman & Hall. She is also currently co-authoring a text book on large-scale assessment under the Guilford stamp with David Rutkowski and Eugene Gonzalez.

Leslie teaches quantitative methods courses, including structural equation modeling/covariance structure analysis and related topics.