Patricia B. Campbell, PhD, President of Campbell-Kibler Associates, Inc, has been involved in educational research and evaluation with a focus on science and mathematics education and issues of race/ethnicity, gender and disability since the mid 1970's. Her BS, from LeMoyne College is in Mathematics, her MS, from Syracuse University, is in Instructional Technology and her PhD, also from Syracuse University, is in Teacher Education. Dr. Campbell, formerly a professor of research, measurement and statistics at Georgia State University, has authored more than 90 publications co-authoring Engagement, Capacity and Continuity: A Trilogy for Student Success and Upping the Numbers: Using Research-Based Decision Making to Increase Diversity in the Quantitative Sciences with Eric Jolly and Lesley Perlman. She also is a co-author, with Beatriz Chu Clewell, of Good Schools in Poor Neighborhoods: Defying Demographics, Achieving Success.
Dr. Campbellís professional activities have been diverse ranging from doing training in educational evaluation and research in South Africa and Uganda to serving as an expert witness in the sex discrimination case brought against the Citadel. She also was one of the co-authors of The AAUW Report: How Schools Shortchange Girls. Dr. Campbell was a member of the US Department of Educationís Impact Review Panel and was part of the team involved in the development of the National Science Foundation publications A Framework for Evaluating Impacts of Informal Science Education Projects and Infusing Equity in Systemic Reform: An Implementation Scheme.
In 2008, Dr. Camapbell was named a Fellow of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS). Her other awards include the American Educational Research Associationís Willystine Goodsell Award, the Women in Engineering Program Advocates Network (WEPAN) Betty Vetter Award, the Educational Press Association of America: Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in Educational Journalism, EDPRESS: Merit Award: Series and the American Business Women's Association (ABWA): Women in History: Opening Doors in Education Honoree. She was named Lieutenant Colonel, Aide De Camp, Governor's Staff, Georgia for her work on rape prevention and education. Dr. Campbell has been quoted in a variety of publications including the New York Times, Time Magazine, Scientific American, Congressional Research Quarterly and USA Today.