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Mary McCauley

Director of Administration and Compliance, Evidence-to-Impact Collaborative

434 Health and Human Development Building
814-865-6669
mkc5377@psu.edu

Introduction

Mary McCauley works closely with other members of the leadership team of the Evidence-to-Impact Collaborative to manage the administrative and compliance needs of the EIC's Administrative Data Accelerator, Design4Impact Incubator, Social Investment Optimizer, and Research Translation Platform. She holds a B.A. in Psychology and Criminal Justice with a Concentration in Family, Children, and Youth from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.

Recent Publications

Cultivating researcher-policymaker partnerships: A randomized controlled trial of a model for training public psychologists

Crowley, D. M., Scott, J. T., Long, E. C., Green, L., Giray, C., Gay, B., Israel, A., Storace, R., McCauley, M., & Donovan, M. (2021). Cultivating researcher-policymaker partnerships: A randomized controlled trial of a model for training public psychologists. American Psychologist, 76(8), 1307–1322. https://doi.org/10.1037/amp0000880

Lawmakers' use of scientific evidence can be improved

Crowley, D. M., Scott, J. T., Long, E. C., Green, L., Israel, A., Supplee, L., Jordan, E., Oliver, K., Guillot-Wright, S., Gay, B., Storace, R., Torres-Mackie, N., Murphy, Y., Donnay, S., Reardanz, J., Smith, R., McGuire, K., Baker, E., Antonopoulos, A., McCauley, M. & Giray, C. (2021). Lawmakers’ use of scientific evidence can be improved. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(9), e2012955118. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2012955118