Janine Allwright

Contributing Faculty
No Specific College Affiliation
School of Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Studies
No Specific Program Affiliation

Dr. Allwright was awarded her Ph.D. in the field of Public Policy and Public Administration at Walden University. She also has a combined Master's and Bachelor's degree from the University of Heerlen, in The Netherlands. Dr. Allwright started working at Walden University while she was a student, and supported her peers as a statistics graduate assistant. Since then, Dr. Allwriight has worked as a staff member and faculty member in multiple Walden settings. Dr. Allwright contributed to student success in her years as the quantitative instructional specialist at Walden's Academic Skills Center, now called OASIS. Dr. Allwright teaches methods and subject courses in the College of Psychology and Community Services. At the doctoral level, Dr. Allwright supports committees in several Walden Colleges and Programs. Dr. Allwright is an expert in the quantitative and quantitative methodologies and has provided dissertation support for many Walden graduates.students. Her research interests include Adult Learning in the Online setting, Improving Statistics Learning Methods, and Refugee Quotas, Policies, and Resettlement.

Courses Taught

PSYC 3002 - Introduction to Basic Statistics

CBE 3001/3302/3303/3304 - Introduction to Basic Statistics


PhD, Walden University

MBA, Open Universiteit, The Netherlands

Public Service

Maria Montessori Charter Academy, Board Member - Rocklin


Allwright, J. J. (2018). Media Framing of Refugees in the United States and Canada. Center for Research Quality, Walden University

Allwright, J. J. (2017). Native Attitudes toward Refugees: Media Framing in the United States and Canada. Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management