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Marisol Cuellar Mejia
Research Associate
916-440-1135
Expertise:
Higher education, California economy
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Marisol Cuellar Mejia is a research associate at the PPIC Higher Education Center. Her recent projects have focused on the workforce skills gap, online learning in community colleges, and the economic returns to college education. Her research interests include labor markets, business climate, housing, and demographic trends. Before joining PPIC, she worked at Colombia’s National Association of Financial Institutions as an economic analyst, concentrating on issues related to the manufacturing sector and small business. She has also conducted agricultural and commodity market research for the Colombian National Federation of Coffee Growers and the National Federation of Palm Oil Growers of Colombia. She holds an MS in agricultural and resource economics from the University of California, Davis.

Remedial Education in California’s Colleges and Universities
Reforming Math Pathways at California’s Community Colleges
Higher Education in California
Higher Education in California: California’s Higher Education System
Higher Education in California: Addressing California’s Skills Gap
Higher Education in California: Increasing Equity and Diversity
Higher Education in California: Making College Affordable
Meeting California’s Need for College Graduates: A Regional Perspective
The California Economy: Employment Update
The California Economy: Unemployment Update
California’s Future
California’s Future: Housing
Preparing Students for Success in California’s Community Colleges
Determining College Readiness in California’s Community Colleges: A Survey of Assessment and Placement Policies
Will California Run Out of College Graduates?
Successful Online Courses in California’s Community Colleges
Online Learning and Student Outcomes in Community Colleges
Student Debt and the Value of a College Degree
The State-County Fiscal Relationship in California
The State-City Fiscal Relationship in California
The State-Local Fiscal Relationship
Business Climate Rankings and the California Economy
High-Tech Employment in California
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