Meet the Office of Institutional Research Team
Peter Feigenbaum, PhD
Peter Feigenbaum came to Fordham University in 2007 after eight years of service in the Office of Institutional Research at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ). He possesses broad experience in both theoretical and applied research and has conducted studies on diverse subjects such as faculty compensation, student retention, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, youth employment programs, and the development of speaking and thinking in children. He received a BA in Political Science and Philosophy from Boston University, an MS in General and Applied Psychology from the University of Bridgeport, and a PhD in Developmental Psychology from the City University of New York.
Ashiyana Regmi Koirala
Senior Research Analyst
Ashiyana Regmi Koirala joined Fordham University in 2013 with ten years of experience in higher education and more than eight years in Institutional Research working at various universities and a community college. Prior to joining Fordham, Ashiyana worked at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). Ashiyana graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Master’s in Public Health.
Senior Research Analyst
Jennifer Lee rejoins Fordham University in 2017 after three years at Mercy College; she was previously with Fordham from 2006 to 2014. Jennifer has extensive experience in institutional research, academic budget development, financial analysis, and strategic planning. She earned a Master’s in Economics from the University of Western Ontario and was a PhD candidate (ABD) in Economics at Fordham.
Susan Mun joined Fordham University in 2016. With more than six years of experience in higher education institutional research, Susan has presented at the AIR Annual Forum, CAIR Annual Forum, and Strengthening Student Success Conference. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Williams College, a Master of Arts in Education from Ursuline College, and was a PhD Candidate (ABD) in the Claremont Graduate University / San Diego State University Joint Doctoral Program in Education.
Jeannine Pinto, PhD
Jeannine Pinto obtained a BA in Cognitive Science from Vassar College and a PhD in Developmental Psychology from the University of Virginia. Prior to coming to Fordham, she was on the faculty at Lafayette College. Dr. Pinto is a member of the Association for Psychological Science (APS), the Association for Institutional Research (AIR) and its northeast regional affiliate (NEAIR), and the Assessment Network of New York (ANNY).