Morgan Earp, Adjunct Faculty
Morgan Earp is a Research Statistician in the Office of Survey Methods Research at the Bureau of Labor Statistics. She has held a variety of positions throughout her 13-year career with the Federal Government, contributing to her overall interest in all aspects of survey methodology and operations from theory to design, sampling, data collection, data review, estimation, and dissemination. Morgan’s research focuses on nonresponse bias, measurement error, and psychometrics. Morgan previously worked as a mathematical statistician at the National Agricultural Statistics Service, where her research focused on nonresponse bias, adaptive design, and the use of regression trees. Morgan has been teaching graduate courses in quantitative research and statistics for over ten years. She earned her doctorate in Quantitative Research Methods from the University of Denver.