Dr. Lingle is a Senior Research Scientist serving as a member of the Educational Research & Evaluation Group. His research focuses upon STEM education in K-12 as well as higher education. He is involved with numerous projects across Georgia Tech. One example is the NSF-Funded "Fostering Self-Correcting Reasoning through Reflection Systems" on which he serves as co-PI, collaborating on the development of a software system focused upon reasoning skill development. He is also a senior researcher on the NSF-funded AMP-IT-UP project, his primary roles on which are the measurement of outcomes related to student learning and 21st century skill development. His expertise includes mixed-methods program evaluation; quantitative methods such as Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Structural Equation Modeling, and propensity score matching for the purpose of causal inference; survey development; and qualitative methods and data analysis. His prior experience includes evaluation of a number of statewide and multi-site initiatives in education and public health through projects funded by Georgia’s Department of Education, Department of Human Resources, and Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. Dr. Lingle earned his Doctorate from Georgia State University in 2010 in Educational Policy Studies with a specialization in Research, Measurement, and Statistics.