David McCullough strongly believes that research-based education is key to maintaining a thriving society and critical to the success of students within society.
As a research associate, David provides research and technical assistance for several Regional Education Laboratory Central projects.
David has a wealth of experience in social science research and advanced statistical techniques. He worked in the Sleep and Performance Research Center at Washington State University. There, he applied his understanding of behavioral research methods and statistical analysis to study commercial airline pilots flying ultra-long-range routes. While completing his graduate degree at the University of Idaho, David worked as a research assistant at the Idaho Child Safety Laboratory, supporting research on identifying safe routes for students to get to school.
David holds master’s degrees in experimental psychology from the University of Idaho and in applied statistics from the Colorado State University.