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Daniel Campbell, Ph.D.

Daniel Campbell, Ph.D.

Instructor & Director of Assessment & Accreditation

Office

ED 506

Phone

208-885-5014

Mailing Address

College of Education
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3080
Moscow, ID 83844-3080

  • Ph.D., Education, University of Idaho, 2014
  • M.A., Education (Higher Education Administration), Washington State University, 2010
  • B.A.B., Finance and Economics, Eastern Washington University, 2000
  • B.A., Economics, Eastern Washington University, 2000

Daniel Campbell, Ph.D. is an Instructor of Education, Associate Faculty in Athletic Training and the current Director of Assessment & Accreditation for the University of Idaho’s College of Education, Health and Human Sciences. Prior to joining the faculty at Idaho, Dr. Campbell served as the assistant and acting director of the Cancer Prevention & Research Center at Washington State University. The primary focus of his research is in three overlapping domains; (1) administrative leadership and governance, (2) research administration, and (3) assessment and evaluation, with an emphasis in institutional research and data-driven decision making. His teaching areas include proposal development, survey design and research, and both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies. Professionally, Dr. Campbell serves on the Boards of Directors for; the American Association of University Administrators and for the Center on Transnational Crime and Political Conflict. He has been an invited speaker to national and international conferences on issues related to program development and management, mentoring, and general issues related to higher education administration.

  • Governance structures, operations and higher education leadership

  • Data-driven decision making

  • Assessment, evaluation, and accreditation

  • Research development and administration

  • Higher Education’s impact on society (focus on the accountability movement and economic impact and development)

  • Higher Education assessment and evaluation

SELECTED OUTREACH

  • Campbell, D.R. (2011, October).  Departmental Administration for Large Scale Programmatic Grants: From Development to Conclusion.  Invited symposium and webinar presenter at the Society of Research Administrators International Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

  •  Campbell, D.R. & Shrope, N. (2011, October).  Of Course We Have A Succession Plan, Don’t We?  Invited workshop presenter at the Society of Research Administrators International Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

  •  Campbell, D.R. & Shrope, N. (2010, October).  Mentoring and Succession Planning.   Invited workshop presenter at the Society of Research Administrators International Meeting, Chicago, IL. 

  •  Campbell, D.R. (2010, October).  An Administrators Guide to the PI Transition Process.  Invited symposium presenter at the Society of Research Administrators International Meeting. Chicago, IL. 

  •  Campbell, D.R. (2010, September).  Use of Technology in Bridging the Communication Divide.  Peer-reviewed poster given at the Enhancing Communication in Cross-Disciplinary Research Conference, Coeur D’Alene ID.

SELECT SPONSORED RESEARCH AND ACTIVITIES

Sponsor: NIH/National Center for Research Resources Grant Number - 5P20RR015587-10S1 
Title: Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) ARRA Supplement 
Summer Undergraduate Research Experience
Role:   Program Coordinator 
Dates: 7/1/2010 – 5/31/2011 
Total Costs: No Cost Extension Year

Sponsor: NIH/National Center for Research Resources Grant Number - 5P20RR015587
Title: Molecular & Cellular Basis for Host Pathogen Interactions
Role:   Program Coordinator (allowed as direct cost)
Dates: 6/1/2009 – 5/31/2010 
Total Costs: $1,927,921

Sponsor: NIH/National Center for Research Resources Grant Number - 5P20RR015587-10S1 
Title: Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) ARRA Supplement 
Summer Undergraduate Research Experience
Role:   Program Coordinator 
Dates: 7/13/2009 – 6/30/2010 
Total Costs: 89,367

Sponsor: Washington State Department of Health, Contract N16736  
Title: DOH-Washington Comprehensive Cancer Control Partnership Skin Cancer Program 
Role:   Co-Program Manager
Dates: 1/7/08-6/30/08 
Total Cost: $40,000 

Sponsor: Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Eastern Washington Affiliate 
Title: Washington State Breast and Cervical Providers Partnership Training Institute
Role:   Co-Project Director 
Dates: 6/7/07-12/1/07
Total Cost: $5,000

SELECT PUBLICATIONS, MANUSCRIPTS, AND REPORTS

  • Staben, C., Mantle-Bromley, C., Canfield-Davis, K., Austin, B., Campbell, D.R. (2015) University of Idaho, College of Education, Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services Self-Study: For the Council on Rehabilitation Education. Schaumburg, IL.
  • Staben, C., Mantle-Bromley, C., Campbell, D.R., Scruggs, P., and Son, J. (2015) University of Idaho, College of Education, Accreditation Self-Study Report: Recreation Program Accreditation Self-Study. For the Council on Accreditation of Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Related Professions. National Recreation and Parks Association, Ashburn, VA.
  • Campbell, D.R. (2014) Chief Academic Officers’ Perceptions of Assessment Data in Operational Decision Making:  Where Assessment and Data Based Decision Making Collide.  University of Idaho, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing Assignment Number 3621938.  University of Idaho Call Number LB2341.C15 2014
  • Mantle-Bromley, C. and Campbell, D.R. (2012). University of Idaho, College of Education Institutional Report: Continuous Improvement Option. Accreditation report on the Teacher Education Program at the University of Idaho.  National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, Washington D.C.
  • Campbell, D.R. (2010). The Role and Development of the Research Administration Profession in Higher Education (Master’s Thesis).  Washington State University, Pullman, WA. Available at WSU Libraries – Call Number WSU E3 2010 C36.

UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS

  • Campbell, D.R. Qualtrics Quick Start Guide: A resource for faculty and graduate students. (2013) College of Education, Office of Assessment and Accreditation, Moscow, ID.

  • Campbell, D.R. and Baillargeon, J., University of Idaho Assessment System: User Guide for Faculty and Program Coordinators. (2013) Offices of Assessment and Accreditation and Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation, Moscow, ID.

Contact

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Mailing Address:
College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3082

Phone: 208-885-6587

Fax: 208-885-1071

Email: teached@uidaho.edu

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