Matthew Holsapple
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Course

  • 48500 Data for Policy Analysis and Management

Job experience

  • Senior Research Analyst, Consortium on Chicago School Research

Fields of Special Interest

  • Undermatching in college access and choice

  • The relationship between student experiences and institutional practices and characteristics in predicting college success

  • College student learning and development

  • The use of mixed methods research in the study of college access, choice, and success 

Publications or presentations

  • Johnson, D.W., Moeller, E., & Holsapple, M.A. (2014). Research into Practice: Postsecondary Success in the Chicago Public Schools. New Directions for Youth Development, 140, (31-53).

  • Burt, B.A., Carpenter, D.D., Holsapple, M.A., Finelli, C.J., Bielby, R.M., Sutkus, J.A., & Harding, T.S. (2013). Out-of-classroom experiences: Bridging the disconnect between the classroom, the engineering workforce, and ethical development. International Journal of Engineering Education, 29(3), 714-725.

  • Holsapple, M.A. (2012). Service-learning to encourage openness to diversity: A meta-analysis of current support. Michigan Journal of Community and Service Learning, 18(2), 5-18.

  • Holsapple, M.A., Carpenter, D.D., Finelli, C.J., Harding, T.S., & Sutkus, J.A. (April 2012). Too much noise: Using a communication framework to understand discrepancies in engineering ethics education delivery. Journal of Engineering Education, 101(2), 169–186. 

  • Holsapple, M.A. (2012). What ethical role models? ASEE Prism, 21(7), 47.

  • Finelli, C.J., Holsapple, M.A., Ra, E., Burt, B.A., Bielby, R., Carpenter, D.D., Harding, T.S., & Sutkus, J.A. (2012). A nationwide holistic assessment of engineering students’ curricular and cocurricular experiences and their ethical development. Journal of Engineering Education, 101(3), 469-494.

  • Holsapple, M.A. & Roderick, M. (2014). Using research to craft differentiated strategies within a larger college-going culture. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Higher Education: Washington, D.C.

  • Roderick, M., Holsapple, M.A., Kelley-Kemple, T., Johnson, D. (2014). From high school to the future: Getting to college readiness and college graduation. Presented at the semi-annual meeting of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness: Washington, D.C.

  • Holsapple, M.A., Johnson, D., Roderick, M., & Kelley-Kemple (2014). The role of high school GPA and standardized test in assessing college readiness. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Research on Adolescents: Austin, TX. 

  • Holsapple, M.A., Kelley-Kemple, T., Roderick, M. & Johnson, D.W. (2013). For Access to Success: Simulating the Efficacy of Four Potential Foci for improving high school students’ probability of college graduation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education: St. Louis, MO.

  • Day, B.J., Holsapple, M.A. & Moeller, E. (2013). Organizing Principle on the Road to College: What is It and Where do I get it? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education: St. Louis, MO.

  • Kelley-Kemple, T., Holsapple, M.A., & Roderick, M. (2013). Creating College Readiness Indicators in Chicago. Paper presented at the semi-annual meeting of the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness: Washington, D.C.