Dr. Matthew Fuller

Dr. Matthew Fuller

Assistant Dean of Assessment

Matthew Fuller

Research Interests:

  • Foundations of Higher Educational Assessment
  • Research Methods in Education
  • Social and Historical Foundations of Education

Courses Taught:

  • EDAD 5362 Resource Development and Allocation
  • EDLD 7376 Higher Education Curriculum

Selected Publications:

Fuller, M.B., Henderson, S. E., and Bustamante, R. M. (2014). Assessment leaders’ perspectives of institutional cultures of assessment: a Delphi study. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. Online, 1-21. 10.1080/02602938.2014.917369

Fuller, M. B., & Skidmore, S. (2014). An exploration of factors influencing institutional cultures of assessment. International Journal of Educational Research, 659-21. doi:10.1016/j.ijer.2014.01.001

Skidmore, S. W., Zientek, L., Combs, J. P, Fuller, M. B., Hirai, M., Moore, G,  & Price. D. (2014). Empirical reporting practices in Community College Journal of Research and Practice and Journal of Developmental Education from 2002 to 2011: A systematic review. Community College Journal Of Research & Practice, 38(10), 927-947. doi:10.1080/10668926.2013.843478

Fuller, M. B. (2013). An assessment study of cultures of assessment in higher education. Educational Leadership Review, 13(1), 21-28.

Fuller, M. B. (2013). Student affairs staff support, resistance, or indifference to assessment.  Developments, 11(1), 5-19.

Fuller, M. B. & Walker, D. (2013). Acts influencing how higher education handles information.  The Journal of Higher Education Management, 28(1), 24-38.

Fuller, M. B. (2012).  A paradigm shift for higher education: Assessment as a dialogical act.  NCPEA Yearbook 2012. Ypsilanti, MI: National Council of Professors of Educational Administration.

Fuller, M.B. (2012).  Assessing for learning:  Building a sustainable commitment across the insitution (invited book review). The Review of Higher Education.  35(4), pp. 659-661.  doi: 10.1353/rhe.2012.0042 

Fuller, M.B. (2012).  Realizing higher education’s humanizing potential: Assessment as a dialogical act. In G. Perreault & L. Zellner (Eds.), 2012 NCPEA Yearbook (pp. 145-156).  Ypsilanti, MI: NCPEA Press.

Fuller, M.B. & Lugg, E.T. (2012).  Legal precendents guiding higher educaiton accreditation.  Journal of Higher Education Management. 27(1), 47-88.

Fuller, M. B. & Garison, A. (2011). Toward a philosophy of assessment. NASPA NetResults. 293(July 27, 2011).

Fuller, M.B. & Noël Elkins, A. (2011). Ten things supervisors can do to support new professionals’ assessment competency. NASPA NetResults. 293(August 24, 2011).

Fuller, M.B., Wilson, M.A, & Tobin, R.M. (2011). The National Survey of Student Engagement as a predictor of undergraduate GPA: A cross-sectional and longitudinal examination. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. 36(6), pp. 735-748. doi: 10.1080/02602938.2010.488791. (Less than 20% acceptance rate).

Fuller, M. B. (2010). Democracy and dialogue:  Assessing Civic and political Engagement.  In Zompetti, J. and Zompetti, S. (2010). Democratic pedagogy: Applied learning techniques for civic engagement in the university classroom.  Bolton, MA: Stylus Pub. Co.

Wilson, M.A. & Fuller, M.B. (2009). Assessing civic and political engagement. In Banta, T., Black, K. and Jones, E. Designing Effective Assessment:  Principles and Profiles of Good Practice. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass  Pub. Co.

Fuller, M.B. (2009).  Teaching the history of higher education.  Higher Education. 32 (1), pp. 1-2.

Frew, E., Fuller, M.B. & Hobbs, M. (2007). National Salary Survey for Assessment Practicioners.Assess. Retrieved from http://www2.acs.ncsu.edu/UPA/assmt/resource.htm.Joint project

Bresciani, M. J., Fuller, M. B., & Toner, C. (2007). Suggested resources for assessing general education. In M. J. Bresciani, Assessing student learning in general education: Good practice case studies (pp. 237-242). Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing Company.


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