Joseph A. Rios is an assistant professor in quantitative methodology at the University of Minnesota. He holds a Ph.D. in educational measurement and psychometrics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His primary area of research is in identifying effective methods for detecting and modeling rapid guessing behavior utilizing response pattern and log-file information. In addition, Dr. Rios’ research focuses on improving inclusion in assessment design and score reporting practices by addressing challenges in fairly measuring minoritized populations (e.g., ethnic and linguistic subpopulations). To date, he has published over 30 peer-reviewed articles in prestigious journals such as Educational Researcher, Educational and Psychological Measurement, Applied Psychological Measurement, and Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice. He serves on numerous editorial boards, including the Journal of Educational Psychology and Applied Measurement in Education.