Tyler Corwin, M.A.

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Tyler Corwin is the associate director and co-founder of NSRG. Tyler received his Master’s degree from the Department of Sociology at the University of Washington and his B.A. degree from the Department of Mathematics at Point Loma Nazarene University. He has over ten years experience working in mathematical and social science research, with extensive knowledge of qualitative and quantitative methodology. Beyond receiving training in multiple statistical methods, Tyler has lectured for graduate-level courses in statistics. 

Tyler has presented his work on adolescent delinquency, child welfare, and program evaluation at professional conferences. He has most recently provided program evaluation and analytical support for Seattle Jobs Initiative and Casey Family Programs. His experience includes literature review, survey construction, data management and analysis, article revision, and cost benefit analysis.

Tyler's publications have primarily dealt with program evaluation in child welfare and regional labor market research. He has also conducted extensive research on delinquency, education, public health, employment and criminology.


Selected Reports

Tyler Corwin. 2014. Beyond the Headlines: Mid-Wage Jobs: Slow Recovery Means Growing Income Inequality. Seattle Jobs Initiative, Seattle, WA. (PDF)


Catherine Roller White, Tyler Corwin, Anne Buher, and Kirk O'Brien. 2013. The Multi-Site Accelerated Permanency Project Technical Report: 12-Month Permanency Outcomes. Casey Family Programs, Seattle, WA. (PDF)

Jon Agnone and Tyler Corwin. 2013. Entry-Level Job Requirements: An Assessment of Seattle-Area Employers. Seattle Jobs Initiative. Seattle, WA. (PDF)

Tyler Corwin. 2012. Strategies to Increase Birth Parent Engagement, Partnership, and Leadership in the Child Welfare System: A Review. Casey Family Programs, Seattle, WA. (PDF)

Jon Agnone and Tyler Corwin. 2012. Changes in Entry-Level Jobs over the Past Decade. Seattle Jobs Initiative. Seattle, WA. (PDF)

Tyler Corwin, Erin Maher, Maggie Skrypek, and Caren Kaplan. 2012. An Evaluation of the Family Asset Builder: A Child Protective Services Intervention for Addressing Chronic Neglect. Casey Family Programs, Seattle, WA. (PDF)

Selected Publications

Peter J. Pecora, Hildegarde Ayers, Victor A. Gombos, Geri Wilson, Kelly Cross, Liz Crudo, Lyscha A. Marcynyszyn, and Tyler Corwin. 2013. Parent, staff, and stakeholder experiences of group care reform: First findings. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 7(4), 447-470.

Erin J. Maher, Tyler W. Corwin, Rhenda Hodnett, and Karen Faulk. (in-press). "A Cost-Savings Analysis of a Statewide Parenting Education Program in Child Welfare." Research on Social Work Practice, 22, 615-625.

Lyscha A. Marcynyszyn, Erin J. Maher, Tyler W. Corwin, and Jennifer Uldricks. 2012. "Early Findings from a Community-Based Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Program to Increase Family Engagement." Journal of Public Child Welfare, 6(4), 531-549.

Lyscha A. Marcynyszyn, Erin J. Maher, Tyler W. Corwin. 2011. "Getting with the (Evidence-Based) Program: An Evaluation of the Incredible Years Parent Training Program in Child Welfare." Children and Youth Services Review, 33(5), 747-757.

Erin J. Maher, Lyscha A. Marcynyszyn, Tyler W. Corwin, and Rhenda Hodnett. 2011. "Dosage Matters: The Relationship between Participation in the Nurturing Parenting Program for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers and Subsequent Child Maltreatment." Children and Youth Services Review, 33(8), 1426-1434.

Manuscripts Under Review and In Preparation

Tyler W. Corwin, Erin J. Maher, Monica Idzelis Rothe, Maggie Skrypek, Caren Kaplan, Dan Koziolek, and Brenda Mahoney. "Development and Evaluation of the Family Asset Builder: A New Child Protective Services Intervention to Address Chronic Neglect." To be submitted to Journal of Family Strengths.

 



LinkedIn Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/tyler-corwin/23/a71/607/

Full resume/curriculum vitae available upon request. 

 

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