Iowa Measurement Research Foundation

The Iowa Measurement Research Foundation (IMRF) was formed in 1970 under the provisions of the Iowa Nonprofit Corporation Act. The primary purpose of the Foundation is to advance and extend knowledge in the field of educational measurement by providing financial assistance to The University of Iowa and its College of Education for promising research and educational projects in furtherance of this purpose.

The affairs of the Foundation are managed and conducted by a Board of Directors. The officers of the Foundation consist of a president, a vice-president, a secretary, and a treasurer. The Board Treasurer is the University Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer. The other officers are elected from the members of the Board at the annual meeting in September, and serve a one-year term. Additional meetings of the Board may be held throughout the year. The financial assets of the Foundation are managed by The University of Iowa. 

IMRF Board of Directors

Susan J. Curry, Interim Executive Vice President and Provost of the University

Carroll Reasoner, University Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel

Terry Johnson, University Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer

Daniel Clay, Dean of the College of Education

Timothy Ansley, Chair of the Department of Psychological & Quantitative Foundations

Robert Brennan, E. F. Lindquist Chair in Measurement and Testing and Director of The Center for Advanced Studies in Measurement and Assessment (CASMA)

Stephen Dunbar, Hieronymus-Feldt Professor of Educational Measurement and Director of Iowa Testing Programs (ITP)

Catherine Welch, Professor

Robert Forsyth, Emeritus Professor

David Frisbie, Emeritus Professor

H. Dee Hoover, Emeritus Professor