Dr. Jameson D. Lopez is an enrolled member of the Quechan tribe located in Fort Yuma, California. He received his Ph.D. in educational policy and evaluation and currently works as faculty at a Research 1 university. He studies Native American postsecondary education using Indigenous statistics and has expertise in the limitations of collecting and applying quantitative results to Indigenous populations. He carries unique experiences to his research that include a 2010 deployment to Iraq as a platoon leader where he received a bronze star medal. Most importantly, he is a proud father of two beautiful children Luna and Gordon.
Ph.D. (Educational Policy and Evaluation) | Arizona State University
M.A. (Curriculum and Instruction) | Arizona State University
B.A. (Elementary Education) | American Indian College
Assistant Professor | University of Arizona