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Dr. Bradley E. Cox is an Associate Professor of Higher Education in Florida State University’s Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, where he is also a Senior Research Associate with the Center for Postsecondary Success (CPS). Dr. Cox is also the Founder and Executive Director of the College Autism Network (CAN), a national non-profit organization dedicated to using evidence-based advocacy to improve experiences and outcomes for college students with autism.
Dr. Cox’s research on college student success has been featured in many of the field’s top-tier journals including the Journal of Higher Education, Research in Higher Education, the Review of Higher Education, and the Journal of College Student Development. He has also earned over $500,000 in total grant funding as Principal Investigator for two major projects. The College Autism Network (CAN) family of projects began in late 2013 and has received support from the National Science Foundation (Award #1612090) and other sources totaling more than $318,000. The Linking Institutional Policies to Student Success (LIPSS) project seeks to identify specific institution-wide policies that can be leveraged to increase college student engagement. Dr. Cox was the recipient of the 2011 Outstanding Faculty Research Award from the FSU College of Education and won the Robert M. Gagné Outstanding Research Award in 2014. He was also named an Emerging Scholar by ACPA: College Educators International for the 2013-14 school year.