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Dan Campbell

Daniel Campbell, M.A.


Office: Education 313
Phone: 208-885-5014
Email: dcampbell@uidaho.edu
Mailing Address: College of Education
P.O. Box 301
Moscow, ID 83844-4021

College of Education
Education
Lecturer & Director of Assessment & Accreditation

Campus Locations: Moscow
With UI Since 2009


  • Research/Focus Areas
    • Assessment in Higher Education
    • Research Administration and Development
    • Higher Education Operations
  • Biography
    Daniel Campbell, M.A. is a Lecturer of Education and Director of Assessment and Accreditation for the College of Education at the University of Idaho.  He is also the Administrative Coordinator for the Idaho- Host Pathogen Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE).  In these roles, Mr. Campbell is responsible for the oversight and administration of the Office of Assessment and Accreditation and for the operations of the COBRE administrative core. Having been an active program and research administrator for ten years, Mr. Campbell’s background includes work in; departmental administration research development, pre-award processing, post-award management, research assurances and compliance and technology transfer.  Prior to his appointments with the University of Idaho, Daniel served as the Assistant and Acting Director for the Washington State University Cancer Prevention & Research Center where he was instrumental in developing the programs administrative core, research development services and educational outreach programs.  His research interests include the profession of research administration, the impact of program evaluation on educational operations, organizational culture, and curriculum issues in post-secondary education.Daniel 
  • Selected Publications

    • Campbell, D.R. (2010).  The Role and Development of the Research Administration Profession in Higher Education (Master’s Thesis).  Washington State University, Pullman, WA.  Availableat WSU Libraries – Call Number WSU E3 2010 C36. 

  • Research Projects

    Current Funding:

    • NIH / National Center for Research Resources Grant Number - 5P20RR015587
      Molecular& Cellular Basis for Host Pathogen Interactions/COBRE Program
      Role:  Program Administrative Coordinator (allowed as direct cost)

    Completed Funding:

    • NIH / National Center for Research Resources  - 5P20RR01558710S1
      COBRE ARRA Supplement – Summer Undergraduate Research Experience
      Role:  Program Coordinator 

  • Outreach Projects

    Selected Recent Outreach:

    • Invited Speaker, Society of Research Administrators, 2011 International Meeting, “Departmental Administration for Large Scale Programmatic Grants: From Development to Conclusion” Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 2011

    • Workshop Presenter, Society of Research Administrators, 2011 International Meeting “Of Course We Have A Succession Plan, Don’t We?” Montreal, Quebec,Canada, October 2011

    • Workshop Lecturer, Society of Research Administrators 2010 International Meeting, “Mentoring, and Succession Planning,” Chicago, IL.  October 2010

    • Session Presenter, Society of Research Administrators 2010 International Meeting, “An Administrators Guide to the PI Transition Process” Chicago, IL.  October 2010

    • Poster Presenter, EnhancingCommunication in Cross-Disciplinary Research Conference, “Use of Technology in Bridging the Communication Divide” Coeur d’ Alene ID.  September 2010