Gabriel Ramón Serna, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Adult and Higher Education, Michigan State University

Gabriel Ramón Serna, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Adult and Higher Education, Michigan State University

Over 15 years of experience in higher education as an instructor, administrator, and professor. Significant experience in financial administration, budgeting, and econometric analysis.

List of Services:

  • Consulting services in higher education economics, finance, policy, enrollment management, quantitative analysis, research design, quasi-experimental design, and applied panel data econometrics

Hometown: Las Cruces, New Mexico

Currently Lives: Lansing, Michigan

Education: Ph.D. (Education Policy) Indiana University Bloomington (minor in quantitative methods); Master of Public Policy (Public Finance & Budgeting) Martin School of Public Policy & Administration at the University of Kentucky; BBA in Economics and International Business, BA in German, New Mexico State University; Certificates in German (Institut fur Auslandsbezeihungen, Stuttgart, Germany) and Spanish, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Colmenarejo, Madrid, Spain)