Beau Coleman is the institutional research assistant at the Eisenhower School where he is responsible for supporting a comprehensive institutional research and assessment program. Beau earned his Bachelor of Science in Criminology, Law & Society from George Mason University (GMU). During his time at GMU Beau was the three time recipient of the Undergraduate Research Scholar Program (URSP). Through this program Beau gained experience in ethnographic data collection, interviewing restricted populations, and writing academic manuscripts using evidence informed research. Beau was also selected as a George Mason Fellow to assist in recruiting students for undergraduate research and scholarly experiences. Before graduating, Beau volunteered his time to mentor and teach students participating in the Petey Greene program. Beau plans to return to graduate school enrolled in a data science program with a focus on program evaluation.
In his off time, Beau enjoys hikes and camping trips with his dog Joanna (Jojo).