Regular church attendance & a strong sense of personal agency are linked to upward mobility for black men. #MLKDayhttps://t.co/Mu8SKQaofq
Faith, Fertility, and the Remaking of Islam https://t.co/DPjeHojwKU Philip Jenkins via @anxious_bench @PatheosEvang
Which Western Civilization? https://t.co/Wc8owjTdDb Philip Jenkins via @anxious_bench @PatheosEvang
Join the fight against racism, @JemarTisby urges @Baylor crowd https://t.co/QZM10HrYAe @BaptistStandard
Baylor’s Center for Christian Music Studies Receives $1.2 Million Grant from Lilly Endowment… https://t.co/nMDtpLGnQf
Diverse Group of Religious Leaders Reminds U.S. Senators: Religious Tests for Public Office Are Wrong, Unlawful… https://t.co/vMtn78Rt96
What a remarkable lecture today from @JemarTisby before a packed house at @Baylor! You should check out his new boo… https://t.co/YeLiWosNnk
Jan. 17: Jemar Tisby lecture at @Baylor - "How to Fight Racism" - register here to attend! https://t.co/R2vSn8oHG6… https://t.co/4f1CveqE28
"There is a long history of judicial nominees being treated with suspicion because of their religion. It needs to s… https://t.co/QtvovPkLSx
Asia Rising: The Top 50 Countries Where It’s Hardest to Follow Jesus https://t.co/d1kkOY2vz1 via @kateshellnutt @OpenDoors @CTmagazine

Yu, Hongwei

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University of Texas
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Hongwei Yu was a postdoctoral fellow at the Baylor Institute for the Studies of Religion (ISR) until 2016.  Hongwei Yu is now a Research Associate for The Center for Community College Student Engagement at the University of Texas, Austin. His work focuses on survey validation, web-based reporting, and descriptive and multivariate analysis of survey data. Hongwei received comprehensive training in quantitative research methods (e.g. structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling, multiple regression, ANOVA, and propensity score matching) and had research experience in analyzing large-scale datasets from NCES (e.g. IPEDS, BPS), and GALLUP (e.g. academic cheating survey). He received his Ph.D. degree in Higher Education Administration at the University of Florida. His research interests includes student academic honesty and performance, retention and degree completion, part-time faculty, as well as organizational leadership. He received comprehensive training in quantitative research methods such as multilevel modeling, structural equation modeling, ANOVA, and multiple regression modeling. He has published articles on community college journal of research and practice, and community college enterprise. Prior to working at ISR, he served as a research associate at the Office of Community College Research and Leadership at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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