Ben Castleman
Ben Castleman
Associate Professor of Public Policy and Education, University of Virginia
Потвърден имейл адрес: virginia.edu - Начална страница
Summer nudging: Can personalized text messages and peer mentor outreach increase college going among low-income high school graduates?
BL Castleman, LC Page
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 115, 144-160, 2015
Looking beyond enrollment: The causal effect of need-based grants on college access, persistence, and graduation
BL Castleman, BT Long
Journal of Labor Economics 34 (4), 1023-1073, 2016
Freshman year financial aid nudges: An experiment to increase FAFSA renewal and college persistence
BL Castleman, LC Page
Journal of Human Resources 51 (2), 389-415, 2016
A trickle or a torrent? Understanding the extent of summer “melt” among college‐intending high school graduates
BL Castleman, LC Page
Social Science Quarterly 95 (1), 202-220, 2014
Nudging at scale: Experimental evidence from FAFSA completion campaigns
KA Bird, BL Castleman, JT Denning, J Goodman, C Lamberton, ...
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 183, 105-128, 2021
The forgotten summer: Does the offer of college counseling after high school mitigate summer melt among college‐intending, low‐income high school graduates?
BL Castleman, LC Page, K Schooley
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 33 (2), 320-344, 2014
Stemming the tide of summer melt: An experimental study of the effects of post-high school summer intervention on low-income students’ college enrollment
BL Castleman, K Arnold, KL Wartman
Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness 5 (1), 1-17, 2012
More than dollars for scholars: The impact of the Dell Scholars Program on college access, persistence, and degree attainment
LC Page, SS Kehoe, BL Castleman, GA Sahadewo
Journal of Human Resources 54 (3), 683-725, 2019
Negative impacts from the shift to online learning during the COVID-19 crisis: Evidence from a statewide community college system
KA Bird, BL Castleman, G Lohner
Aera Open 8, 23328584221081220, 2022
Intensive college counseling and the enrollment and persistence of low-income students
B Castleman, J Goodman
Education Finance and Policy 13 (1), 19-41, 2018
Customized nudging to improve FAFSA completion and income verification
LC Page, BL Castleman, K Meyer
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 42 (1), 3-21, 2020
The summer flood: The invisible gap among low-income students
K Arnold, S Fleming, M DeAnda, B Castleman, KL Wartman
Thought & Action 25, 23-34, 2009
Summer melt: Supporting low-income students through the transition to college
BL Castleman, LC Page
Harvard Education Press, 2020
Here today, gone tomorrow? Investigating rates and patterns of financial aid renewal among college freshmen
K Bird, BL Castleman
Research in Higher Education 57, 395-422, 2016
Parental influences on postsecondary decision making: Evidence from a text messaging experiment
BL Castleman, LC Page
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 39 (2), 361-377, 2017
Can financial aid help to address the growing need for STEM education? The effects of need‐based grants on the completion of science, technology, engineering, and math courses …
BL Castleman, BT Long, Z Mabel
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 37 (1), 136-166, 2018
Can text message nudges improve academic outcomes in college? Evidence from a West Virginia initiative
BL Castleman, KE Meyer
The Review of Higher Education 43 (4), 1125-1165, 2020
Stay late or start early? Experimental evidence on the benefits of college matriculation support from high schools versus colleges
BL Castleman, L Owen, LC Page
Economics of Education Review 47, 168-179, 2015
An engine of economic opportunity: Intensive advising, college success, and social mobility
A Barr, B Castleman
Texas A\&M Working Paper, 2018
Decision making for student success
BL Castleman, S Schwartz, S Baum
Taylor & Francis, 2015
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