Sarah Humpage (MPP '04) recently began working as a researcher at Mathematica Policy Research in Washington, D.C., after completing her Ph.D. in Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota. Mathematica is a research firm with over 1,000 employees in offices in 6 cities around the U.S.
Sarah began researching education in developing countries while working with her Humphrey adviser, Ed Schuh. She continued that work with her adviser in Applied Economics, Paul Glewwe, and will now continue that work with Mathematica's new Center for International Policy Research and Evaluation.
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