Frimpomaa Ampaw, Ed.D.

​​Courses Taught

  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Advanced Quantitative Analysis
  • Finance in Higher Education​

Research Interests

  • Retention and persistence in higher education
  • Minorities and women in science education
  • Labor market outcomes of higher e​ducation

Pub​​​lications

Jaeger, A. J., Hudson, T., Pasque, P.A. & Ampaw, F. (2016). Understanding how lifelong learning shapes the career trajectories of women with STEM doctorates: The life experiences and role negotiations (LEARN) model. Review of Higher Education (in press)

Ampaw, F., & Gayles, J. G. (2016). To Stay or Leave: Factors that Impact Undergraduate Women's Persistence in Science Majors. NASPA Journal about women in higher education (in press)

Ampaw, F., Partlo, M., Hullender, T., & Wagner, N. (2015). Do Community Colleges Promote Postsecondary and Labor Market Success for First Generation Students Journal of the First year and students in transition 27(1), 9-28 ​​​​

Additional Documents

​​   Frim Ampaw Vitae​​​

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