Office CV

Publications

2021

  1. Horst, S. J., Prendergast, C. O., Robinson, C., & Hawk, W. J. (2021, April). Ask eight key ethical questions: A strategy for incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion values into assessment planning. Emerging Dialogues in Assessment. https://aalhe.memberclicks.net/emerging-dialogues---ask-eight-key-ethical-questions
  2. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., & Bastone, B. (2021). Balancing the freedom to teach with the freedom to learn: The critical role for assessment and accreditation. In P. Blessinger and E. Sengupta (Eds.). Teaching and Learning Practices for Academic Freedom, Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning. 34, 39-51. Emerald Group Publishing ISSN: 2055-3641/doi:10.1108/S2055-364120200000034005
  3. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Bastone, L. (2021). Social sciences general education: Incorporating self-relevant academic writing using ePortfolios. In D. Kelly-Riley & E. Norbert (Eds.), Improving Outcomes: Disciplinary Writing, Local Assessment, and the Aim of Fairness. Modern Language Association: New York. https://www.mla.org/Publications/Bookstore/Nonseries/Improving-Outcomes-Disciplinary-Writing-Local-Assessment-and-the-Aim-of-Fairness
  4. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Bastone, L., & Montenegro, E. (forthcoming). Models and approaches to equity in assessment. To appear in NILOA and CAS (Eds.) Assessment as Essential for Equity in Learning: Designing for Transformation. Stylus Publishing

2020

  1. Demeter, E., Robinson, C., Cottenoir, M. L., Hobbs, H., Singer-Freeman, K. E., (2020). Silver Linings from a Challenging Situation, Intersection, Link
  2. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Robinson, C. (2020). Grand challenges in assessment: Collective issues in need of solutions. NILOA Occasional Paper 49. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois and Indiana University, National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment. link
  3. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Robinson, C. (2020). Grand challenges for assessment in higher education. Journal of Research and Practice in Assessment, 1-20 link
  4. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., Demeter, E., Cottenoir, M. L., & Hobbs, H. (2020). Doing our part: The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Office of Assessment and Accreditation supports faculty assessment efforts during COVID-19. Assessment Update link
  5. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Cottenoir, M. (2020). The value of your curriculum map to minimize harm from emergency remote instruction. Emerging Dialogues. Link

2019

  1. Demeter, E., Robinson, C., Frederick, J.G. (2019). Holistically assessing critical thinking and written communication learning outcomes with direct and indirect measures. Research Practices in Assessment, 14, 41-51. 
  2. Hart, L. C., & Robinson, C. (2019). "From the mouths of babes": Using a charrette model to assess student learning and engage external stakeholders. Research Practices in Assessment, 14, 18-29.
  3. Robinson, C., Sanders, C., Hobbs, H., Demeter, E., & Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2019). University of North Carolina at Charlotte – Using the EIA Application as a Catalyst for Intentional Improvement. Assessment Update31 (1), 1-16.
  4. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Bastone, L. (2019). Developmental science concepts guide effective support of underrepresented STEM students. Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education. doi: 10.1002/bmb.21292 link
  5. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Bastone, L. (2019). Supporting persistence and identity development during applied learning experiences. Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 8, 59-79
  6. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Bastone, L. (2019). Increasing equity in general education through the use of self-relevant writing and culturally relevant assessment. Intersection. 24-27 
  7. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Hobbs, H., & Robinson, C., (2019). Theoretical matrix of culturally relevant assessment. Assessment Update, 31(3), 1-16.  link

2018

  1. Dierker, L., Evia, J., Singer-Freeman, K., Woods, K., Zupkus, J., Arnholt, A., Moliski, E.G., Deckard, N. Gallagher, K., & Rose, J., (2018). Project-Based Learning in Introductory Statistics: Comparing Course Experiences and Predicting Positive Outcomes for Students from Diverse Educational Settings, International Journal of Educational Technology and Learning, 3(2), 52-64. Retrieved from: link 

  2. Dierker, L., Flaming, K., Cooper, J., Singer-Freeman, K., Germano, K., & Rose, J., (2018), Evaluating Impact: A Comparison of Learning Experiences and Outcomes of Students Completing a Traditional Versus Multidisciplinary, Project-Based Introductory Statistics Course. International Journal of Education, Training, and Learning, 2(1), 16-28. Retrieved from: link

  3. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Bastone, L. (2018). ePortfolio and Declarations of Academic Self: A Tale of Two Contexts. In B. Eynon and L. Gambino (Eds.) Catalyst in Action: Case Studies of High-Impact ePortfolio Practice. Virginia: Stylus Publishing.

  4. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Bastone, L. (2019). Supporting persistence and identity development during applied learning experiences. Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 8, 59-78 link

2017

  1. Amin, T., Byker, E., Otis, S., Robinson, C., & Sanchez, C.  (2017). Depth and Breadth in First Year Programs. Prospect for Success: A Campus Guide for Developing Success, Inquiry and Cultural Awareness in First-year Student.  Charlotte, NC: J. Murrey Atkins Library, University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 
  2. Robinson, C., & Qiang, M.  (2017).  Using the Topic Model for a 30 Second Elevator Speech about AALHE.  Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education (AAHLE) Intersection. Retrieved from http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.aalhe.org/resource/resmgr/docs/Int/AAHLE_Spring_2017_Intersecti.pdf.   
  3. Robinson, C., Frederick, J.G., Demeter, E., Pettazzoni, J., Jost, M., McNelis, E. & Soler, M. (2017). The University of North Carolina System’s adoption of the NILOA Transparency Framework. National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) Assessment in Practice.
  4. Robinson, C., Demeter, E., Frederick, J.G., & Sanders, C. (2017). When the Call Comes, Keep Calm and Assess On: Using the EIA Designation Rubric as a Self Study for Improvement. National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA) Assessment in Practice.
  5. Robinson, C., Frederick, J.G, & Demeter, E. (2017). Assessing the Assessor: A Response to Fulcher & Baskov’s ‘Do We Practice What We Preach? The Accountability of an Assessment Office. Assessment Update. 29(6), 3-14. https://doi.org/10.1002/au.30112
  6. Sanchez, C., Robinson, C., Otis, S., Byker, E., & Amin, T.  (2017). Challenges and Future Directions For Prospect. Prospect for Success: A Campus Guide for Developing Success, Inquiry and Cultural Awareness in First-year Student. Charlotte, NC: J. Murrey Atkins Library, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
  7. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Bastone, L. (2017). Changing their mindsets: ePortfolios encourage application of concepts to the self. International Journal of ePortfolio, 7(2), 151-160. link

Conference Workshops, Posters, and Presentations

2020

  1. Cottenoir, M. L., & Robinson, C. (2020). Seeking Improvement in General Education. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), Virtual Annual Meeting.
  2. Cottenoir, M. L., Robinson, K., & Demeter, E. (2020). Investigating Institutional Level Student Learning Outcomes. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), Virtual Annual Meeting.
  3. Cottenoir, M. L., & Robinson, C. (2020). Evidence of Learning Improvement in General EducationCurrent session at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Virtual Annual Meeting.
  4. Cottenoir, M. L., Robinson, C., & Demeter, E. (2020). Utilizing Triangulation Methodology to Analyze Institutional-Level Student Learning Outcome. Concurrent Session at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Virtual Annual Meeting.
  5. DeKorte, J., Hobbs, H. & Robinson, C. (2020). Jumpstarting General Education Program Review: A Systems Thinking Approach to the Self-Study.  Workshop at the IUPUI  Assessment Institute, Virtual Annual Meeting.
  6. Harver, A., Beete, D., Bowling, J., Bastian, H., & Singer-Freeman, K. E., (2020). If you build it they will come: Scaling an ePortfolio program tenfold. Paper presented at the AAC&U ePortfolio Forum, Washington, D.C.
  7. Harver, A., & Singer-Freeman, K. E., (2020). Beyond brick and mortar: Capstone ePortfolios connect curricular and co-curricular undergraduate public health learning experiences. Paper presented at the ASPPH Undergraduate Public Health and Global Health Education Summit, Arlington, VA.
  8. Hobbs, H. and Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2020). Examining Assignment Types to Unravel Barriers to Student Success. Concurrent Session at the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), Virtual Annual Meeting.
  9. Hundley, S., Banta, T., Thorington-Springer, J., Howse, M., Hutchings, P., Lexow, M., Orr, V., Robinson, C., & Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2020). Assessment Institute Welcome Session. Welcome Session at the IUPUI  Assessment Institute, Virtual Annual Meeting.
  10. Hundley, S., Hahn, T., Kahn, S., Keith, C., Busby, K., Fulcher, K., Leventhal, B.,  Kolb, M., Singer-Freeman, K., Robinson, C., Demeter, E., Cottenoir, M., Hobbs, H., & Jankowski, N. (2020). Adapting Assessment Approaches in the COVID-19 Era. Bonus Preview Session at the IUPUI  Assessment Institute, Virtual Annual Meeting.
  11. Playter, S., Hobbs, H., and Robinson, C. (2020). Are We Singing the Same Tune? Is This a Substantive Change? Concurrent Session at the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), Virtual Annual Meeting.
  12. Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2020) Self-Reflective Assessments and Rubrics for Online Learning. Webinar presented by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Center for Teaching and Learning.
  13. Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2020). Ways the Grand Challenges Project Can Support Tuning at Your Institution. Concurrent Session at the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), Virtual Annual Meeting.
  14. Singer-Freeman, K. E.., Hobbs, H., Robinson, C., Hoshaw, J. & Marin, A. (2020).  Equity in Assessment: Evidence for the Importance of Inclusive Content and Utility Value in Assignments and Assessments. Concurrent Session at the IUPUI  Assessment Institute, Virtual Annual Meeting.
  15. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Hobbs, H., & Robinson, C., (2020). Increasing Equity Using Evidence-Based AssessmentWorkshop presented at Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Conference, Remote
  16. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., (2020). Ways the grand challenges project can support tune-ing at your institution. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Nashville, TN.
  17. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Robinson, C. (2020). Leading Improvements in Higher Education Podcast: Grand Challenges in Higher Education Assessment. Watermark
  18. Singer-Freeman, K. E.., Hobbs, H., & Robinson, C. (2020).  Improving Assessments and Assignments to Increase Equity. Workshop presented at the IUPUI  Assessment Institute, Virtual Annual Meeting.
  19. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., Kelly-Riley, D, Milligan, S, Williams, M., & Hoshaw, J. (2020).  Grand Challenges Project: Emerging Plans for Action.  Concurrent Session at the IUPUI  Assessment Institute, Virtual Annual Meeting.
  20. Singer-Freeman, K. E.., Robinson, C.,  Slotnick, R.,  Platt-Dear, C. Schramm-Possinger, M., & Heiser, C. (2020). Grand Challenges Project: Emerging Plans for Action.  Concurrent Session at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Virtual Annual Meeting.
  21. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., & Smith, J. (2020). Why not ask the pig? Involving students in the assessment of their learning. Paper presented at the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Conference, Remote link

2019

  1. Baham, T. N., Dechert, E., Pineda, K., Robinson, C., & Hobbs, H. (2019). Assessing Assessment: Using the EIA to Identify Best Practices. Paper presented at the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Conference. St. Paul, MN
  2. Demeter, E. & Hutson, B. (2019). Assessing critical thinking at the institutional level. Paper presented at the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Annual Meeting. Houston, TX.
  3. DeKorte, J., Robinson, C., & Hobbs, H.  (2019). Jumpstarting general education program review: A systems thinking approach to the self-study. Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis annual Assessment Institute. Indianapolis, IN.
  4. Demeter, E. (2019). Communicating for Success: Using Stop Out Data to Motivate Institutional Change. Paper presented at the Student Success Conference hosted by UNC System Office, Chapel Hill, NC. 
  5. Harver, A., & Singer-Freeman, K. E., (2020). Beyond Brick and Mortar: Capstone ePortfolios Connect Curricular and Co-curricular Undergraduate Public Health Learning Experiences. Paper submitted to be presented at the ASPPH Undergraduate Public Health and Global Health Education Summit, Arlington, VA.
  6. Harver, A., Beete, D., Bowling, J., Bastian, H., & Singer-Freeman, K. E., (2020). If you Build it they will Come: Scaling an ePortfolio Program Tenfold. Paper to be presented at the AAC&U ePortfolio Forum, Washington, D.C.
  7. Hobbs, H., Robinson, C., & Singer-Freeman, K. (2019). Using a Theoretical Matrix of Culturally Relevant Assessment to Promote Equity. Session presented at Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis annual Assessment Institute. Indianapolis, IN.
  8. Hobbs, H., Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Robinson, C. (2019). Using a Theoretical Matrix of Culturally Relevant Assessment to Promote Equity.  Paper presented at the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Annual Meeting. Houston, TX.
  9. Robinson, C., Hobbs, H., Fulcher, K., Turos, J., & Verzinski, B. (2019). Excellence in Assessment Designees Reflect on Growth. Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis annual Assessment Institute. Indianapolis, IN.
  10. Robinson, C., & Hobbs, H. (2019). Criteria for Good Evidence of Closing the Loop. Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis annual Assessment Institute. Indianapolis, IN.
  11. Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2019). Supporting Institutional Effectiveness by Maximizing Reporting Efforts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Houston, TX
  12. Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2019). Path to Publication in the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education. Match Panel presented at the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Conference, St. Paul, MN
  13. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Bastone, L. (2019). Increasing Equity through Self-Relevant ePortfolio Writing. Paper presented at the Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.
  14. Singer-Freeman K. E. & Bastone, L. (2019). Examining the Role of Assessments in Achievement Gaps. Paper presented at the SUNY Conference on Instruction and Technology, Purchase, NY
  15. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Harver, A. (2019). Using ePortfolios to Encourage Integration of Academic and Co-Curricular High Impact Practices. Paper presented at the North Carolina College Personnel Association Meeting, Charlotte, NC.
  16. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Robinson, C. (2019). Identifying the Grand Challenges Facing Assessment in Higher Education. Paper presented at the University of North Carolina Assessment Council, Raleigh, NC
  17. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Robinson, C. (2019). Identifying the Grand Challenges Facing Assessment in Higher Education. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Conference. St. Paul, MN.
  18. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Robinson, C. (2019). Identifying the Grand Challenges Facing Assessment in Higher Education. Paper presented at the Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.
  19. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., & Hobbs, H., (2019). Mining Institutional Data to Answer Assessment Questions and Increase Grading Equity. Workshop presented at the Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Conference, St. Paul, MN.
  20. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., & Hobbs, H., (2019). Increasing Equity Using Evidence-Based Assessment. Workshop presented at the Drexel Assessment Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  21. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., & Hobbs, H., (2019). Increasing Equity Using Culturally Relevant Assessment. Workshop presented at the Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.

2018

  1. Amsel, E., Singer-Freeman, K. E., Walton, M. D., & Budwig, N. A., (2018). Developmental Science and Student Success: Scaffolding Students’ Transformative Experiences in Higher Education. Paper presented at the AAC&U Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
  2. Demeter, E., Qiang, M., & Robinson, C. (2018). Using the Topic Modeling Method to Assess the Substance of Student Learning Outcome Improvement Plans. Presented at the Association of the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT.
  3. Frederick, J.G., Robinson, C., Hobbs, H.Dekorte, J.  (2018). Jumpstarting General Education Program Review: A Systems Thinking Approach to the Self-Study. Presented at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.
  4. Hart, L., & Robinson, C. (2018).  From the Mouths of Babes: Using Student Stories for Authentic Assessment of Learning. Presented at the meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), New Orleans, LA.
  5. Hobbs, H. & McNelis, E. (2018). Learning Improvement Assessment Activity. Presented at the UNC System Annual Assessment Meeting, Chapel Hill, NC
  6. Matthews, M., & Demeter, E. (2018). Examining the Efficacy of Add-On Licensure Coursework in Academically or Intellectually Gifted (AIG). Presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY.
  7. Robinson, C. & Hobbs, H.  (2018). Criteria for Good Evidence of Closing the Loop. Presented at the meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), New Orleans, LA.
  8. Robinson, C., Hobbs, H. & Singer-Freeman, K. (2018). Are Certain Types of Assessment Privileged? ​Presented at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.
  9. Skrivanek, J., Bastone, L. & Singer-Freeman, K.E. (2018). The use of ePortfolios in a summer research program. Presented at the Applied Learning Conference, Tarrytown, NY.
  10. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Bastone, L. (2018). Increasing Equity in General Education Through the use of Self-Relevant ePortfolio Writing. Presented at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.

2017 

  1. Demeter, E. (2017). Preventing Stop-Out at UNC Charlotte. Presented at the Adult Learner Convening hosted by UNC System General Administration, Winston-Salem, NC.
  2. Demeter, E. (2017). Integrating Multiple Measures to Assess Students’ Critical Thinking & Written Communication Abilities. Presented at the Association of the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Annual Meeting. Louisville, KY.
  3. Demeter, E. (2017). Preventing Stop-Out at UNC Charlotte: Results and Next Steps. Webinar hosted by UNC System General Administration.
  4. Frederick, J.G., Mullin, J., & Robinson, C. (2017). Designed to Assess: Measuring the Transfer of First-Year Writing Student Learning Outcomes. Presented at the Association of American Colleges and Universities: General Education and Assessment Meeting, Phoenix, AZ. 
  5. Frederick, J.G., Robinson, C., Hobbs, H., & DeKorte, J. (2017). Jumpstarting General Education Program Review: A Systems Thinking Approach to the Self-Study. Presented at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.
  6. Hobbs, H., Knight. F., Miklaucic, S., & Moore, A. (2017). Overcoming Challenges in the Assessing of General Education: A Tale of Four Institutions. Presented at the Association of General and Liberal Studies. Memphis, TN.
  7. Hobbs, H., & Robinson, C. (2017). Using the Excellence in Assessment Designation to Advance Campus Assessment. Presented at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.
  8. Jost, M., Robinson, C., & Frederick, J.G. (2017). Responding To The Call For Greater Transparency and Accountability: How Did The University of North Carolina System Do It? Presented at the Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. 
  9. Robinson, C.  (2017). Where the Paper Trail Ends - Implementing a New Online Assessment System. Presented at the meeting of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), Dallas, TX. 
  10. Robinson, C. (2017). Engaging Stakeholders and Building Consensus for Publishing the Components of the NILOA Transparency Framework. Presented at the IUPUI Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, IN.
  11. Robinson, C., & Yount, L. (2017). Assessment and Accountability at HBCUs and MSIs: Assets, Opportunities, and Lessons Learned. Presented at the Association of American Colleges and Universities: General Education and Assessment Meeting, Phoenix, AZ
  12. Singer-Freeman, K. E., & Bastone, L. (2017). The use of Program Seminars to Support Academic, Economic, and Social Capital in MARC U*STAR scholars. Poster presented at the TWD Program Directors’ Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
  13. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Bastone, L., & Skrivanek, J. (2017). The use of ePortfolios to Support and Document Academic Self-Efficacy and Goals in Bridges to the Baccalaureate Students. Poster presented at the TWD Program Directors’ Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
  14. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Bastone, L. (2017). Parsing the Unique Contributions of ePortfolio Assignments. Paper presented at the New York Regional ePortfolio Conference, New York, NY.
  15. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Bastone, L. (2017). ePortfolios Create Better Students: Similar Students Write and Reflect More in ePortfolios. Paper presented at the AAC&U ePortfolio Forum, San Francisco, CA.

Invited Talks and Presentations

2020

  1. Hobbs, H., Singer-Freeman, K.E., & Robinson, C. (2020). Examining Assignment Types to Support Equity in Student LearningWebinar presented to the John N. Gardner Institute.
  2. Demeter, E., Sevier, J. & Boyette, J. (2020). How do you measure success? Appalachian State Support Course Summit.
  3. Demeter, E. (2020). Life of a doctor - but not that kind! Panelist, University of Michigan STAR Scholars Program virutal webinar.
  4. Demeter, E. (2020). Math Pathways: Black Male Initiative. UNC System Virtual Meeting.
  5. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., & Hobbs, H. (2020). Designing Assessments of Student Learning to Support Equity. Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Professional Development Series Webinar.
  6. Demeter, E. (2020). STEM Communication Series, Fundamentals: The Overview. UNC Charlotte Center for Graduate Life webinar.
  7. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Bastone, L. (2020). Use Self-Reflective Writing to Increase Equity in Online Assessment of Student Learning. Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education Professional Development Series Webinar.
  8. Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2020). Increasing Equity through Self-Reflective Writing. On Demand Webinar for the Lindenwood University Certificate in Culturally Responsive Assessment.
  9. Singer-Freeman, K. E., Robinson, C., & Hobbs, H. (2020). Improving Assessments and Assignments to Increase Equity. On Demand Webinar for the Lindenwood University Certificate in Culturally Responsive Assessment.
  10. Robinson, C., Hobbs, H., & Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2020). Heirs to the Silence of Privilege in Student Learning: Having Uncomfortable Conversations. Webinar presented to IUPUI Program Review and Assessment Committee.
  11. Robinson, C., Hobbs, H., & Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2020). Increasing Equity Using Evidence-Based Assessment. Webinar presented to UNC System Joint Tricouncil.
  12. Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2020). Designing Classroom Assessments to Reduce Inequities. Workshop presented at Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO
  13. Singer-Freeman, K. E. & Robinson, C., (2020). Grand Challenges and General Education. Lunchtime Chat Webinar presented to the Association for General and Liberal Studies.  

2019

  1. Demeter, E. (2019). Preventing Stop-Out at UNC Charlotte. Office of Retention, March 2019, UNC Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
  2. Singer-Freeman, K.E., Skrivanek, J., & Bastone, L. (2019). Increasing Student Success through Curricular Innovation. Webinar presented to the Applied Learning Advisory Council, State University of New York

2018

  1. Demeter, E. (2018). Highlights from the Preventing Stop-Out at UNC Charlotte Study. Student Success Working Group Meeting, Jan 2018, UNC Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
  2. Demeter, E. (2018). Highlights from the Preventing Stop-Out at UNC Charlotte Study. Student Affairs Directors Meeting, Feb 2018, UNC Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
  3. Demeter, E. (2018). Preventing Stop-Out at UNC Charlotte. Student Assistance and Support Services, Aug 2018, UNC Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
  4. Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2018). Writing a Compelling Abstract: Specific Tips for Biomedical Sciences, Social/Behavioral Sciences, and Public Health. Webinar hosted by the Annual Biomedical Conference for Minority Students. link  
  5. Singer-Freeman, K. E. (2018). Increasing the Success of Science Students through Curricular Innovation, Adele Wolfson Retirement Symposium, Boston, MA.

2017

  1. Demeter, E. (2017). Using Cluster Analyses to Characterize At-Risk Students: Findings from MiniEASE Survey. Student Success Working Group Meeting, Dec 2017, UNC Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

Grants Awarded

2020

  1. NSF Ethical and Responsible Reserach (ER2) Grant (Investigators: L. Rasmussen, G. Banks, K. Hall-Hertel, T. Reynolds, E. Demeter), Project title: "Fostering a Culture of Openness and Transparency with Institutional Authorship Policies University of North Carolina at Charlotte." NSF institutional transformation funding, 2020-2025, $581,653.

2019

  1. Student Success Innovation Lab Grant (Investigators: J. Smail, E. Demeter, C. Marcoux, A. Rorrer, L. Walker), Project title: “Funds to Finish Index and Intervention: Identifying Students with Financial and Academic Planning Risk and Intervening to Promote Timely Graduation.” UNC System Office funding to UNC Charlotte, 2019-2021, $215,000.

2016

  1. Preventing Stop-Out at UNC Grant (Investigators: T. McEntire, E. Demeter, K. Ramstack, S. Rice, C. Robinson), Project title: “Developing a research model on answering the question – Who are our at-risk students and what factors contribute to a student’s delay in and/or never completing registration?” UNC System Office funding to UNC Charlotte, 2016-2017, $32,381