Dennis Kramer is an Assistant Professor of Education Policy and Director of the Education Policy Research Center at the University of Florida. Dennis’s research focuses on the use of behavioral insights to understand education-based decision-making, the antecedents and outcomes of federal, state, and local education policies, and economics of education. Dennis has published in leading education policy and higher education peer-reviewed journals and is a Co-PI on a funded study that examines the impact of low-cost communications and fiscal incentives as mechanisms to increase student re-enrollment in community colleges. Additionally, he is leading a field-based experiment that examines the role of structural default choice settings on student loan take-up and disbursement. Dennis holds a B.S. in Psychology from San Diego State University, a M.Ed. in Postsecondary Administration from the University of Southern California, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education from the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia.