College Affordability Model

Posted 1 year ago by Kelvin Sung

School(s) : STEM
Primary PI Name : James Fridley (UW Seattle) and Kelvin Sung (UW Bothell)
Interested? Contact Faculty Researcher by Email : ksung@uw.edu
Project/Faculty Website : https://public.college-affordability.css.uwb.edu/
Research Location : Location Varies
Project Goals : Translate higher ed financial policy statements into math models, support user interacting and adjust parameters of the model to allow in-depth understanding of college affordability. Design for legislatures to facilitate their understanding of policy implications.
Student Qualifications : Knowledge in web-based technologies, interests in higher ed financial policies, interested in system testing.
Student Outcomes : Paid positions; opportunity of working with graduate students; hands-on experience with web-based technologies.
Student Responsibilities : Attend research meetings (twice weekly), system development, maintaining, and testing.
Number of Student Positions Available : 2
Time Frame : At least 10 hours a week for at least two quarters.

  • School(s) : STEM
  • Primary PI Name : James Fridley (UW Seattle) and Kelvin Sung (UW Bothell)
  • Interested? Contact Faculty Researcher by Email : ksung@uw.edu
  • Project/Faculty Website : https://public.college-affordability.css.uwb.edu/
  • Research Location : Location Varies
  • Project Goals : Translate higher ed financial policy statements into math models, support user interacting and adjust parameters of the model to allow in-depth understanding of college affordability. Design for legislatures to facilitate their understanding of policy implications.
  • Student Qualifications : Knowledge in web-based technologies, interests in higher ed financial policies, interested in system testing.
  • Student Outcomes : Paid positions; opportunity of working with graduate students; hands-on experience with web-based technologies.
  • Student Responsibilities : Attend research meetings (twice weekly), system development, maintaining, and testing.
  • Number of Student Positions Available : 2
  • Time Frame : At least 10 hours a week for at least two quarters.