Nora Broege

Job title: 
Assistant Professor of Education Leadership

Dr. Nora C.R. Broege is an Assistant Professor of Education Leadership in the School of Education. She teaches the suite of quantitative courses, and a class on theories of social capital, in the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership. Her research interests include sociology of education, racial/ethnic inequality, and quantitative methods. She has published on disparities in academic outcomes among minority students and students with disabilities; the effectiveness of curriculum reforms aimed at increasing access to culturally relevant education; how to merge and analyze data collected through multiple methods; and barriers to employment among applicants with criminal records. Prior to coming to Manhattanville College, she was the Robert F. Curvin Postdoctoral Associate the Cornwall Center at Rutgers-Newark. She completed a PhD in sociology, at University of California, Berkeley, where she also earned her MA. Additionally she earned a MA from University of Chicago, and her BA from Rutgers University.