AERA, United States
Felice J. Levine is executive director of the American Educational Research Association. Her areas of expertise include research and science policy issues, research ethics and conduct, data access and sharing, open knowledge, the scientific and academic workforce, and diversity and inclusion in higher education. Her interests include both designed and non-designed (big) data and the use of digital technologies in studying education and learning. She is currently collaborating on the development of a research data hub to connect data resources, foster new scholarly networks, and build research capacity in STEM education, and on an initiative examining the impact of and fostering academic support for open science products. She is also engaged in a multi-method study of the impact of COVID-19 on doctoral students and early-career education researchers. Levine chairs the Board of the Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics and co-chairs the Societies Consortium on Sexual Harassment in STEMM. She also serves on the Board of the Consortium of Social Science Associations and the Board of Databrary as well as on the Advisory Group of the Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society and the Advisory Group of the Humanities Indicators Project. Levine is a Past President of the Law and Society Association and a Past President and Past Secretary General of the World Education Research Association. She currently serves as convenor of the Americas Education Research Network.