Jason DeRousie

Staff

Sue Rankin

Sue Rankin

Stefani Bjorklund

Stefani Bjorklund

Genevieve Weber

Genevieve Weber

Emil Cunningham

Emil Cunningham

Dan Merson

Dan Merson

Mitsu Narui

Mitsu Narui

Dian Squire

Dian Squire

Lissa Stapleton

Lissa Stapleton

Becky Crandall

Becky Crandall

Alexandrea “Alex” Davenport

Alexandrea “Alex” Davenport

Jason DeRousie

Jason DeRousie

Jason Garvey

Jason Garvey

Annette Marie Hestres Garcia

Annette Marie Hestres Garcia

Jean-Pierre Laurenceau-Medina

Jean-Pierre Laurenceau-Medina

Kadian McIntosh

Kadian McIntosh

Emily Nkosi

Emily Nkosi

Julie A. Del Giorno

Julie A. Del Giorno

Andrea Perkins Nerlich

Andrea Perkins Nerlich

Allison Subasic

Allison Subasic

Kenjus T. Watson

Kenjus T. Watson

Stephanie Danette Preston

Stephanie Danette Preston

Jordan S. West

Jordan S. West

Alphonso Walter Grant

Alphonso Walter Grant

Rodney Hughes

Rodney Hughes

Janet Brubaker

Janet Brubaker

Maryann Stassen

Maryann Stassen

Kristine Subasic Nichols

Kristine Subasic Nichols
Jason DeRousie
Research Associate

Jason DeRousie is currently the Assistant Director of Assessment in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs at North Carolina State University. In that position, he works with co-curricular units on assessment, research, and evaluation, supports surveys and other data collection efforts for the division, and provides professional development and support for faculty, students and staff across the university. Jason also has a background in postsecondary education policy and college completion, having worked at the James B. Hunt, Jr., Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy on a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded project. Prior to joining the Hunt Institute, Jason was an academic counselor and coordinator of admissions and special projects for undergraduate programs in the Smeal College of Business at Penn State University. There, he spearheaded recruitment and admissions efforts for the college and worked with students on fulfilling academic requirements and making progress towards graduation.

A native of Columbus, Ohio, Jason holds a master’s degree in public policy from Duke University and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Kenyon College. He is also currently a Ph.D. student in higher education at Penn State University and is completing his dissertation on the diffusion of innovation between institutions of higher education. Jason’s research interests focus on higher education policy, access and equity issues, and academic and financial supports that encourage degree completion. He currently resides in Durham, North Carolina with his wife and three daughters.