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Cijy Sunny Profile

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Sunny, Cijy (Ph.D.)

Assistant Professor, CS/Mathematics
Department of Mathematics

SH 0203

Dr. Cijy Elizabeth Sunny is a research methodologist and psychometrician who has applied her skills and training in quantitative and mixed methods research methodology in the substantive areas of STEM education research, medical education, engineering education, and human trafficking research. Additionally, she has been an educator and has taught primarily physics and research methodology in three different continents. Dr. Sunny has and is continuing to work in developing and validating tools to measure affective domain skills (inter-intrapersonal or non-cognitive) using the psychometric frameworks of classical test theory, item response theory, and Rasch measurement. In addition to research, she has also conducted workshops in using concept mapping methodology for scale development, mixed methods research methodology for standardized patient educators, and standard-setting for physician educators. As part of her journey at FGCU, Dr. Sunny continues her research endeavors in STEM discipline-based education research and social science research working in collaboration with a diverse group of stakeholders at FGCU and beyond.

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