Chris McCullough, ED.D.
Director of Licensure, Interim, and Assistant Professor
Area of Specialization
Research Methodology, Student Outcomes Assessment, Teacher Education
Dr. McCullough earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Arizona State University, an M.A. in Secondary Education from Marshall University and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from West Virginia University. His research is focused on student outcomes assessment and technology in the classroom. His research agenda is predicated upon the following:
- assessing student learning in distance education courses,
- using assessment results to improve student learning and guide strategic planning,
- examining the effect of various institutional commitments and resources on assessment plans,
- integrating technology to engage students and facilitate the collection of assessment data, and
- transforming course evaluations to include meaningful measures of outcomes assessment.
Dr. McCullough is from West Virginia and is the proud dog parent of Doby (beagle mix) and Abby (Italian Greyhound). He enjoys snow skiing, biking, and hiking and is an avid fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
- EDGCN 513: Research Design for the Social Sciences
- EDGCN 526: Standardized Assessment in Counseling
- EDGCC 511: Foundations of Education
- EDGCC 513: Educational Research Design and Development
- EDGCC 514: Scholarship of Teaching: Finalizing the Inquiry Process
- EDU 200: Introduction to the Profession of Teaching
McCullough, C. A. & Robinson, L. R.(In Press, 2014). Faculty Voices on Assessment: A Case Study Involving the Role of an Institutional-Level Assessment Committee in Faculty Professional Development Initiatives. Assessment Update.
McCullough, C. A. (2008). Transforming Course Evaluations into a Meaningful Measure of Student Outcomes Assessment. Assessment Update, 20(5).
McCullough, C. A., Jones, E. A., & Cendana, P. (2007). Assessment Plan Implementation in University 101. Assessment Update, 19(4).