Ray Marshall Center

The Ray Marshall Center is a university-based research center dedicated to strengthening education, workforce, and social policies and programs that
affect current and future generations of American workers. The Center
partners with a range of stakeholders to conduct timely, relevant research and
to translate that research into effective policies and programs. The Center’s activities and services include:
  • Program evaluation, including process and implementation, impact and benefit/cost analysis;
  • Survey research;
  • Labor market analysis;
  • Program design and development;
  • Training and technical assistance.

In addition, the Center serves as a training ground for the next generation of researchers and policymakers by offering stimulating work and research
opportunities to graduate and post-graduate students at the LBJ School of
Public Affairs
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6/2/14 - Tara Smith Presents CareerAdvance Research Findings at NGA Conference in Washington, DC
Ms. Smith was invited to present research findings from the ongoing...
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5/28/14 - Dr. Chris King Discuss Tulsa's CareerAdvance Program at the Annual ACF/OPRE Conference
Dr. Chris King travelled to Washington, DC, to participate in the...
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5/30/14 Dr. Chris King Presents the Evolution of the Two Generation Strategies to Ascend at the Aspen Institute
Dr. Chris King travelled to Aspen, Colorado, to present at Ascend's...
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4/23/14 - Dr. Chris King Discusses the Tulsa CareerAdvance Project on NPR
This morning, Dr. King appeared on the Morning Edition radio show...
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3/17/14 - Dr. Dylan Conger Speaks at LBJ School Brown Bag Series
Professor Dylan Conger of George Washington University presented her paper Gender...
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