Kadriye Ercikan is vice president of the Research & Measurement Sciences area at ETS and professor emerita at the University of British Columbia. She is responsible for the foundational and applied research and psychometric support of ETS’s major testing products and contracts. Her research focuses on validity and fairness issues and sociocultural context of assessment. Her recent research includes validation of score meaning using response processes, use of response process data for comparing groups and examining fairness and validity of interpretation, and use of scores from artificial intelligence based automated scoring.
Ercikan is a Fellow of the International Academy of Education. Her research has resulted in six books, four special issues of refereed journals, and over 100 publications. She was awarded the American Education Research Association, Division D, Significant Contributions to Educational Measurement and Research Methodology recognition for another coedited volume, Generalizing from Educational Research: Beyond Qualitative and Quantitative Polarization, and received an Early Career Award from the University of British Columbia. Ercikan has been selected to serve as the National Council on Measurement in Education book series editor (2021–2026).