Dr. Michael Fried’s work at the Center focuses on the documentation and assessment of student learning at the institutional level. In addition to assisting colleges and academic units with programmatic assessment, Dr. Fried serves as an investigator or evaluator on several grant-funded research projects at the University. He also regularly consults with individual instructors about classroom assessment practices, from developing effective student learning outcomes to devising customized rubrics to evaluate student work.
Dr. Fried earned his Ph.D. from New York University in Higher and Post-Secondary Education. His research focused on the relationship of job socialization, commitment, and attrition. Prior to and during his doctoral work, Dr. Fried held a variety of professional positions in higher education, including institutional assessment. He has been a regular presenter at national and regional conferences of the American College Personnel Association and NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. He has presented his research on the commodification of identity at the Association for the Study of Higher Education.
You can reach Dr. Fried at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 617.373.7778.