Harry & Marion Royer Eberly Fellow and Professor of Education and Demography Paul Morgan is recognized as being among the top 1% of scientists in the world, according to a report from Elsevier BV and Stanford University.
Morgan is also a PRI associate and the director for the Center of Educational Disparities Research (CEDR), a part of the Social Science Research Institute dedicated to closing the opportunity gaps faced by minority and low-income children. In his research, Morgan focuses on early risk factors for learning difficulties. He also evaluates interventions for helping young children experience greater academic success in the classroom.
The ranking is based on the bibliometric information in Elsevier's Scopus database and includes more than 100,000 top scientists representing 22 scientific fields and 176 sub-fields. The top 2% of researchers are chosen based on their published papers and number of citations.