John L. and Elizabeth G. Hill Centennial Professor, Department of Educational Psychology
John L. and Elizabeth G. Hill Centennial Professorship (Holder)
Phone: +1 512 471 3007, +1 512 471 4363
Office: SZB 5.308D, MAI 201GC
Office Hours: by appointment
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Tasha Beretvas is a professor in the Quantitative Methods program in the Department of Educational Psychology. She joined UT's faculty in 2000. Beretvas has served as the Quantitative Methods program chair and the College of Education's Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies. She is currently the Senior Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs. She is also a member of the board of directors for the college's Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk and a faculty associate of UT's Population Research Center. Beretvas has served on UT's Faculty Council and as co-chair of the Employment Issues sub-committee of UT's Gender Equity Council.
Beretvas teaches undergraduate and graduate statistics courses in the College of Education and has been a recipient of several teaching awards. Beretvas received her bachelor's degree in mathematics and psychology from Duke University. She then worked at IBM before attending the University of Washington in Seattle where she earned a Masters and a doctoral degree in 2000 from the Educational Psychology department specializing in measurement, statistics and research design.