Corbin Martin Campbell
Master of Arts, Higher Education and Student Affairs - The Ohio State University
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology - University of Virginia
Dr. Campbell’s research focuses on the institutional environments and organizational contexts that facilitate student learning and faculty professional growth. She has two current research projects. The first investigates the organizational contexts that facilitate faculty sense of agency in their careers as well as the outcomes of faculty agency for institutions. Her second project explores the use of innovative methods to measure student learning across institutions.
Campbell, C. M., Smith, M.., Dugan, J., & Komives, S. (2012). Mentors and college student leadership outcomes: The importance of position and process. Review of Higher Education, 35, 595-625.
Simone, S., Campbell, C. M., & Newhart, D. (2012). Measuring opinion and behavior. In B. Knight, G. McLaughlin, R. Howard (Eds.), Handbook on Institutional Research (502-522). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
O’Meara, K. A. & Campbell, C. M. (2011). Faculty sense of agency in decisions about work and family. Review of Higher Education, 34, 447-476.
Manuscripts in Progress (selected):
Campbell, C. M. & O’Meara, KA. (under review). Organizations and agency: The interplay of departmental contexts and faculty agency. Manuscript under review for publication consideration.
O’Meara, KA., Campbell, C. M., & Terosky, A. (under review). A framework of agency in faculty professional lives. Manuscript under review for publication consideration.
Niehaus, B., Campbell, C. M., & Inkelas, K. (under review). HLM behind the Curtain: Unveiling decisions behind the use and interpretation of HLM in higher education research. Manuscript under review for publication.
Press covering Campbell, C.M. & Cabrera, A. (2012, November). Making the Mark: Are Grades and Deep Learning Related? Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Las Vegas.
Berrett, D. (2011, October 6). Grades and Tests May Miss Measuring What Matters Most in Learning. Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved from: http://chronicle.com/article/GradesTests-May-Miss-What/135786/
Press covering Campbell, C.M. & Cabrera, A. (2012). How sound is NSSE? Investigating the psychometric properties of NSSE at a public, research extensive institution. Review of Higher Education.
Schmidt, P. (2011, October 6). Education researchers’ group splits over handling of symposium on ‘Nessie’ survey. Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved from http://chronicle.com/article Education-Researchers-Group/129296/?sid=pm&utm_source=pm&utm_medium=en
De Vries, W. (2011, September 27). ¿La libertad académica en jaque? ¿Y en los Estados Unidos? Educación a Debate. Retrieved from http://educacionadebate.org/2011/09/27/ %C2%BFla-libertad-academica-en-jaque-%C2%BFy-en-los-estados-unidos/
Lipka, S. (2010, November 18). Researchers criticize reliability of National Survey of Student Engagement. Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved from http://chronicle.com/article/Researchers-Criticize/125438/
Press covering Campbell, C.M. & Mislevy, J. (in press). Student perceptions matter: Early signs of undergraduate student retention/attrition. Journal of College Student Retention.
Steinberg, J. (2010, June 4). Do you like it here? New York Times Education Blog. Retrieved from http://thechoice.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/06/04/do-you-like-it-here/
Glenn, D. (2010, June 2). In student retention, attitude seems to matter most. Chronicle of Higher
Education. Retrieved from http://chronicle.com/article/In-Student-Retention-Attitude/65756/
Press covering O’Meara, KA & Campbell, C.M. (2011). Faculty sense of agency in decisions about work and family. Review of Higher Education, 34, 447-476.
Williams, A. (2010, February 14). Family-friendly policies fall short when professors worry about backlash. Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved from http://chronicle.com/article/Family-Friendly-Policies-Fall/64134/
Press covering Demb, A. & Campbell, C.M. (2009). A new lens for identifying potential adult persistent problem drinkers during college. Journal of College Student Development, 50(1), 1-30.
Caldwell, E. (2009, March 24). Study helps identify college drinkers who might continue excessive drinking as adults. Allied Press.
Students Who Drink To Cope Drink As Adults. (2009, May). Wall Street Journal Online. Retrievedfrom http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/students-drink-cope-drink-adults/story.aspx?guid=%7BCFC4F65E-B0AF-4134-AE61-F511A868981D%7D
ORLH 4010: Purposes and policies of higher education
An introduction to the U.S. system of higher education through an overview of the system and its history, a survey of the missions and purposes served by U.S. colleges and universities, and an investigation of some of the pressing policy questions now confronting those institutions.
ORLH 4020: College and university organization and administration
Basic aspects of college and university organization and administration with consideration given to the roles of various groups in governance and management as well as organizational processes such as leadership, decision making, and conflict resolution. External and internal constraints examined from conceptual, practical, and policy perspectives.
ORLH 6511: Coordinating seminar in higher education
Permission required. Course restricted to Ed.D. and Ed.M. students in the Higher Education program. An overview and discussion of the most topical literature in American higher education, this course is designed to explore a wide variety of educational roles in the context of the goals and aspirations of new doctoral students.