School of Public Health &
College of Education and Human Development
Georgia State University
Terri Pigott is Professor in the School of Public Health and the College of Education and Human Development at Georgia State University. She was formerly Associate Provost for Research and Professor of Research Methodology at Loyola University Chicago. Pigott received her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame, and her Ph.D. in Measurement, Evaluation and Statistical Analysis from the University of Chicago. Pigott is formerly Dean of the School of Education at Loyola University Chicago.
Pigott is the 2016 recipient of the Frederick Mosteller Award from the Campbell Collaboration. She has served on a number of editorial boards including Psychological Bulletin, Psychological Methods, the Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, Review of Educational Research and Research Synthesis Methods. She is the founding chair of the AERA SIG on Systematic Review and Meta-analysis, and a member of the Society for Research Synthesis Methodology (SRSM). She has served as the co-Chair and is currently the co-editor of the Campbell Collaboration Methods Group. Along with co-editor Ann Marie Ryan, she is co-editor of the 2019 and 2021 volumes of Review of Research in Education. The call for proposals for the 2019 volume can be found here.
Pigott's research focuses on methods for meta-analysis. She has published papers on power and missing data in meta-analysis, the use of individual participant data in meta-analysis and outcome reporting bias in educational research.