Geoffrey Grimm

Research Programmer
Washington Office

Education

M.A. in social sciences/public policy, University of Chicago; B.A. in anthropology/linguistics, Illinois Wesleyan University

Overview

Geoffrey Grimm is a research programmer and analyst at the RAND Corporation. His work focuses on domestic policy analysis, primarily education policy, and issues around military personnel. His project work encompasses study design, program evaluation/impact analysis, data management, and data visualization. Current studies include the evaluation of a school safety intervention, a teacher pipeline program, statewide policies on teacher evaluations, and suicide in the military.

Prior to joining RAND, Grimm worked in Russia on a Fulbright grant and taught English as a second language. Geoffrey holds a M.A. in social science with a focus on public policy and statistics from the University of Chicago and a B.A. in anthropology and linguistics from Illinois Wesleyan University.

Selected Publications

Benjamin Master, David Schulker, Geoffrey Grimm, Lea Xenakis, Combining Entrepreneurship and Web Development for High School Students A Pilot Evaluation of the Startup Tech Program and High School Students' College and Career Aspirations, RAND Corporation (RR-1747), 2017

Rita Karam, Brian Stecher, Tiffany Tsai, Geoffrey Grimm, Jonathan Schweig, Mathematics Audit of the DoDEA Schools: 2014-2015, RAND Corporation (RR-1272), 2016

Terri Tanielian, Michael L. Hansen, Laurie T. Martin, Geoffrey Grimm, Cordaye Ogletree, Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Veterans in the Metro Detroit Area, RAND Corporation (RR-1346), 2016

Terri Tanielian, Michael L. Hansen, Laurie T. Martin, Geoffrey Grimm, Cordaye Ogletree, Understanding the Mental Health Needs of Metro Detroit's Veterans, RAND Corporation (RB-9887), 2016

Honors & Awards

  • Spotlight-Innovation Award, 2017, Emerging Policy Research and Methods, RAND Corporation
  • Spotlight Award, 2016, Arroyo Center, RAND Corporation

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