Marc Lo, Ph.D.

Assistant Director for Assessment and Evaluation

Phone: (401)863-5956

Marc A. Lo is the Assistant Director for Assessment and Evaluation at the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning. His scholarship focuses on the connections between student identity, learning, and psychosocial development in college. Marc’s work has appeared in the Journal of Higher Education, Research in Higher Education, the Journal of College Student Learning and Development, and the Journal of Homosexuality. He has presented, lectured, and taught on a number of topics related to research design, student development, campus climate, and professional development in higher education. Marc holds a B.A. in Organizational Communication and Rhetoric from Northeastern University as well as an M.A. in Higher Education Administration and Ph.D. in Higher and Postsecondary Education, both from New York University. He has previously held roles in campus life and academic affairs at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Brown, and NYU.

Recent articles:

Mayhew, M. J., Hoggan, C., Rockenbach, A. N., & Lo, M. A. (2016). Worldview diversity and transformational learning: How interfaith engagement relates to college students’ perceptions of transformational learning. Journal of Higher Education, 87(5), 674-700.

Rockenbach, A. N., Riggers-Piehl, T. A., Garvey, J.C., Lo, M. A., & Mayhew, M. J. (2016). The influence of campus climate and interfaith engagement on self-authored worldview commitment and pluralism orientation among LGBT, heterosexual, and cisgender students. Research in Higher Education, 57(4), 497-517.

Mayhew, M. J., Selznick, B. S., Lo, M. A., & Vassallo, S. (2016). Take it personally: Incorporating personality traits as input covariates into college impact research. Journal of College Student Development 57(7), 880-885.

Rockenbach, A. N., Lo, M. A., & Mayhew, M. J. (2016). How LGBT college students perceive the campus religious and spiritual climate. Journal of Homosexuality. doi: 10.1080/00918369.2016.1191239