Carey C. Borkoski,
Assistant Director, Graduate Program in Public Policy
3400 North Charles Street
Wyman Park Building, 5th Floor
Baltimore , Maryland
Much of my research focused on human capital accumlation and the relationship between different levels of education and earned wages, more recently my research has shifted to adult learning and how different types of pedagogy influence student learning. More specifically, I am currently interested in examining the influence of service-learning pedagogy on student and community partner outcomes as well as the role that faculty development does and could play in promoting and sustaining service-learning as a pedagogy.
Honors and Awards
Appointed as a SOURCE Senior Faculty Fellow (2013-2014); Received a SOURCE Faculty Fellowship (2012-2013); Received the NISOD Award for Teaching Excellence (Spring 2004); Teaching Excellence Award, Anne Arundel Community College, Rookie Professor of the Year (2001).
Marcotte, D., Borkoski, C., Bailey, T. and Kienzl, G. (2005). “The Returns to Education at Community Colleges: Evidence from the National Educational Longitudinal Survey.” Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, V27 (2), pp. 157-75.
Wilcox-Gok, V., Marcotte, D., Farahati, F. and Borkoski, C. (2004). “Early Onset Depression and High School Dropout” published in Economics of Gender and Mental Illness.
Ruhm, Chris and Borkoski, Carey (2003). “Compensation in the Non-Profit Sector.” Journal of Human Resources, V38. No4.
Ruhm, Chris and Borkoski, Carey (2000). “Compensation in the Non-Profit Sector.” National Bureau of Economic Research #7562.