Biography

Jennifer A. Delaney is an assistant professor of higher education at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign (UIUC) in the Department of Education Policy, Organization and Leadership. She is a faculty affiliate with the Institute for Government and Public Affairs and the Forum on the Future of Public Education at UIUC. She is also a faculty affiliate with the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education. In 2014, she served as a faculty fellow with the Illinois Board of Higher Education. From 2011-2014 she served as chair of the Council for Public Policy in Higher Education with the Association for the Study of Higher Education. Previously Dr. Delaney was an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, a policy analyst with the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, and the assistant staff director for research with the Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance. Her research focuses on higher education policy with an emphasis on finance. She holds a Ph.D. in higher education from Stanford University, an Ed.M. in higher education from Harvard University, and a B.A. in English from the University of Michigan.

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Key Professional Appointments

ChairCouncil for Public Policy in Higher Education, Association for the Study of Higher Education, 2011 - 2014

Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2007 - 2009

ConsultantCommission on the Future of Higher Education, National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, 2005 - 2006

Policy Analyst, Research AssociateNational Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, 2003 - 2005

Assistant Staff Director for Research, Research AssociateAdvisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance, US Department of Education, 2000 - 2002

Faculty FellowForum on the Future of Public Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2012 - 

Faculty AffiliateInstitute of Government and Public Affairs, University of Illinois, 2011 - 

Faculty AffiliateWisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecond, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2009 - 

Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Education Policy, Organization and Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009 - 

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Education

Ph.D., Higher Education Administration, Stanford University, 2007

M.Ed., Higher Education, Harvard University, 2000

B.A., English, University of Michigan, 1999

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Awards, Honors, Associations

Faculty Fellow2014 - 2014

List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students, Fall 20142014 - 2014

2012 Scholarly Paper Award2012 - 2012

Teacher of the Year2009 - 2009

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Publications

Delaney, J., Dharmapala, D.. "Pay it forward" and higher education subsidies: A theoretical model link>

Delaney, J., Yu, P. (2014) Can the U.S. meet its college completion goals with the current tuition structure? Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education: Madison, WI link>

Delaney, J. (2014) Issues in higher education: Student aid and student debt. Illinois Report 2014 University of Illinois, Institute of Government and Public Affairs: Urbana, IL link>

Delaney, J., Doyle, W. (2014) State spending on higher education capital outlays Research in Higher Education 55 (5), 433-466 link>

Yu, P., Delaney, J. (2014) The spread of higher education around the globe: A cross-country analysis of gross tertiary education enrollments Educational Policy  link>

Delaney, J. (2014) The role of state policy in ensuring opportunity to learn by promoting college affordability The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 655, 56-78 link>

Delaney, J., Yu, P. (2013) The role of tuition fees in the spread of higher education around the globe. Higher education in the global age: Policy, practice and promise in emerging societies Routledge: London, UK link>

Delaney, J., Yu, P. (2013) Policy innovation and tertiary education graduation rates: A cross-country analysis. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education 43 (3), 387-409 link>

Doyle, W., Delaney, J. (2011) Bouncebacks in higher education funding: Patterns in length of time to recovery following cuts in state appropriations. (WISCAPE Policy Brief).. University of Wisconsin–Madison: Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE).: Madison, WI link>

Delaney, J., Doyle, W. (2011) State spending on higher education: Testing the balance wheel over time Journal of Education Finance 36 (4), 343-368 link>

Delaney, J. (2011) Earmarks and state appropriations for higher education Journal of Education Finance 37 (1), 3-23 link>

Delaney, J. (2011) State Merit Aid and Graduate Study: Evidence from the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship Journal of Student Financial Aid 41 (2), 6-21 link>

Doyle, W., Delaney, J., Naughton, B. (2009) Does institutional aid compensate for or comply with state policy? Research in Higher Education 50 (5), 502-523 link>

Doyle, W., Delaney, J. (2009) Playing the numbers: Higher education funding – The new normal Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning link>

Delaney, J., Doyle, W. (2007) The role of higher education in state budgets. State postsecondary education research: New methods to inform policy and practice Stylus Publishing: Sterling, VA link>

Doyle, W., Delaney, J., Naughton, B. (2004) Institutions amplifying state policy: How public colleges award institutional aid Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning link>

Fitzgerald, B., Delaney, J. (2003) Educational opportunity in America. Condition of access: Higher education for lower income sudents Oryx Press: Phoenix, AZ link>

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Grants

Principal InvestigatorThe Impact of Guaranteed Tuition Policies on Postsecondary Tuition Levels: A Difference-in-Difference Approach, Association for Institutional Research, 5/1/2013 12:00:00 AM - 4/30/2014 12:00:00 AM

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Service

Editorial Board Member2013 - 

Consulting Editorial Board member2012 - 

Editorial Advisory Board member2009 - 

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Courses

Public Policy in Higher Ed Intended primarily for doctoral students in higher education, this course will enable students to analyze contemporary public policy issues confronting American higher education. Selected policy issues will be probed in depth, drawing upon scholarly sources and public reports. Students will comprehend the interaction and tension among higher education leaders, and local, state, and federal policymakers. Course Information: Prerequisite: EOL 571 or consent of instructor.

Jennifer Delaney

Assistant Professor, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership

Contact

Office

362 Education Building
1310 S. Sixth St.
Champaign, IL 61820

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