Caleb P. Rose, Ph.D.

Senior Research Analyst | 919-843-9587

Dr. Caleb P. Rose serves as the senior research analyst for the Strategy and Policy Division providing data analysis and research for the division.

Prior to joining the UNC System, Rose was the senior researcher for institutional effectiveness at Frederick Community College, providing research, data analysis, and non-curricular program evaluations at the institution. He also served as a statistician with the Virginia Department of Education, where he provided research, data analysis, and technical support for the State Superintendent’s Office. He served as a research associate with the Institute of Government at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, where he worked alongside local non-profit organizations, providing research and technical support. While completing his doctoral studies, he served as a research associate at the Office for Education Policy in the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas. In this role, Rose was part of a team providing research, data analysis, and technical support to schools, districts, and legislators on key k-12 education policy initiatives across the state.

Rose received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from East Carolina University. He earned his master of arts degree in clinical psychology from Marshall University, He holds his Ph.D. in public policy with a concentration in k-12 education policy from the University of Arkansas, where he also completed two certificate programs in education policy studies, and preparing for the professoriate.