Camille Bryant is an associate professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Education. She teaches research methods and evaluation courses to master’s and doctoral students. Her research focuses on the use of advanced methodological approaches to examine how contextual factors shape program implementation and their combined influence on student outcomes. Her most current research has focused on programs that aim to improve self-efficacy and student learning from the lens of embodied cognition. Prior to becoming a professor, she worked with refugee children as an Americorps VISTA. She also taught in the inner city as a Teach for America corps member.

Keywords: Research methods; program evaluation; mixed methods research; embodied cognition; research methods self-efficacy.