Dr. Mary Millikin

Dr. Mary MillikinDr. Mary Millikin is the Assistant Vice President of Accountability and Academics at Rogers State University.

Education

Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology
The University of Tulsa, 1992
Dissertation: “An Exploration of Flawed First-line Supervision”

M.B.A. with emphasis in Management
The University of Tulsa, 1985

B.S. in Engineering Physics
Minor in Mathematics
Missouri State University, 1980

Professional Positions

Assistant Vice President for Accountability and Academics
Rogers State University (2011 – present)
Responsible for coordinating university-wide efforts towards institutional accountability and effectiveness and facilitating operations within the Office of Academic Affairs. Primary duties include: overseeing academic program review; serving as ex-officio member of the University Assessment Committee; developing and monitoring academic plans; assisting in the implementation and review of the university strategic planning process; directing the collection, analysis, and communication of University data; managing federal, state, and internal institutional reporting; supervising department staff; and coordinating university-wide Higher Learning Commission accreditation activities including serving as the Accreditation Liaison Officer (AOL). Accreditation activities include:

  • Preparation for development of Open Pathway Assurance Argument – 2015 through present
  • Ten-year PEAQ reaffirmation of accreditation – 2014-2015
  • Substantive change processes:
    • Campus relocation, RSU-Pryor – 2014
    • New program level, Master’s degree – 2013
    • Distance education, 100% delivery – 2012

Director of Planning and Institutional Research
Tulsa Community College (2006 – 2011)
Responsible for directing the management information program designed to provide data and analysis for college-wide decision-making, including the coordination of research activities relating to the study of the institution. Supervised staff to conduct and coordinate programs of research, conduct and coordinate surveys internally and externally, develop College reporting systems and dashboards, guide the college community in action research and institutional effectiveness, and collaborate with faculty in the assessment of student learning. Additional duties included Administrative Co-chair of the Achieving The Dream initiative from 2007-2011.

Director of Institutional Assessment and Research
Oklahoma State University – Institute of Technology (2001-2006)
Responsible for directing, planning, creating, managing, and maintaining institutional research designs, and collecting, statistically processing, analyzing and reporting institutional data. Provided leadership for administration, staff, faculty and students to plan, assess, and improve student academic achievement and institutional effectiveness. Supervised staff, and served on college committees for professional and institutional growth. Additional duties included Co-chair of the Assessment Committee, Chair of the Performance Appraisal Development Committees for faculty, staff, and administrators, and strategic planning process facilitator.

Director of Communications and Education
Family & Children’s Services, Inc. (2000 to 2001)

Responsible for coordinating publicity and marketing for non-profit agency, developing marketing resources, developing curriculum and managing education and training programs and staff, conducting assessment and program evaluations for agency programs and training, supervising Communications and Education staff, selecting and developing assessment inventories, making presentations and teaching courses on behalf of the agency.

Adjunct Instructor
Rogers State University, Tulsa Community College, Southern Nazarene University, University of Tulsa, Northeastern State University, and Langston University (1989 – present)
Instructor teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Courses taught include: Operations Management, Business Statistics, Research Methods, Quantitative Methods, Data Analysis, Organizational Behavior & Change; Stress & Well-being at Work; Assessment & Wellness in Aging, Job Analysis, Employee Selection, Cognitive Psychology, Personality Psychology, Measurement and Assessment, Introduction to Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Adult Development, and Human Relations.

Assistant College Division Chair
Tulsa Community College (1994-1996)
Science & Engineering Technology Division Assistant to Chair responsibilities included selection, hiring, and mentoring of adjunct faculty; management of full-time faculty needs; direction of office staff; project management development; and assistance with student needs.

Visiting Full-time Instructor
Tulsa Community College (1993-1994)
Full-time, visiting instructor of psychology responsible for teaching Introduction to Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and Introduction to Industrial & Organizational Psychology.

Research Consultant
Research co-consultant for City of Tulsa, Oklahoma data collection and analysis for community satisfaction and needs analysis (2017).

Co-facilitator of focus group data collection and analysis for evaluation of employee satisfaction at the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office (2015).

Higher Learning Commission Peer Corps Reviewer serving as team member for PEAQ and Pathways accreditation reviews (2014 – present).

Lead Program Evaluator for Community Outreach Research and Learning (CORAL) Center at University of West Florida (2009).

Evaluator for three Data-driven Decision Making grants for Oklahoma City and Tulsa Public Schools, funded by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (2003 through 2005).

Evaluator for two Mathematics and Science Partnerships Program Title II, Part B grants, funded by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 for Oklahoma City and Tulsa Public Schools (2004 and 2005).

Co-evaluator and assessment consultant for two school-based partnership grants; intervention evaluations involving Broken Arrow Public Schools and Broken Arrow Police Department designed to decrease violent behavior in teens. Broken Arrow Public Schools (1998 through 2001).

Consulting statistical analyst for Hartmann Communications market research project. (1999).

Consulting statistical analyst for Dialysis Specialists of Tulsa research project. (1999 through 2000).

Consultant responsible for adult career counseling and resume development–pro bono for stay-at-home mothers returning to work. (1998 through 2011).

Consulting statistical analyst for doctoral student dissertations in social science, health science, education, and psychology-related fields. (1997 through present).

Consultant responsible for career education and career counseling for at-risk high school students; grades 9-12. Jenks Public Schools (1998).

Co-developer of assessment institute, designed to measure and develop innovative skills, such as resourceful team functioning, imaginative leadership, critical thinking, and organizational creativity. Right Brain, thInc.(1996 through 1998).

Co-evaluator for Project TELOS (Technology-enhanced Learning Opportunities in Science & Mathematics) designed to promote math and science for females and minorities; grant under the Dwight D. Eisenhower National Program for Mathematics & Science Education Tulsa Public Schools (1995 through 1997).

Consultant responsible for development, interpretation, and validation of individual and group assessments (e.g., DSM IV & normal personality) interviews; job analyses; and attitude surveys. Hogan Assessment Systems (1988 through 1989).

Assessment center analyst responsible for the evaluation of lower, middle, and upper school principal candidates, as well as superintendent interns. Analysis included evaluation of leaderless group discussions, applicant “in-basket” exercises, and structured interviews. University of Tulsa (1988 through 1992).

Consultant responsible for development, implementation, and interpretation of oil industry market analysis and compensation survey. Industrial Relations Association. (1988).

Senior Industrial Engineer
Rockwell International (1983 – 1987)

Group leader of work measurement group responsible for coordinating projects, reviewing and editing all job analyses and time standards data manuals, conducting performance rating training sessions, analyzing cost improvement submissions, and interfacing with U.S. Department of Defense.

Industrial Engineer
Hilti, Inc. & Braden Steel, Inc. (1980 – 1983)
Engineer responsible for developing and implementing methods and cost improvements, conducting engineering job analyses and work samplings, developing time standards, and designing office/plant layouts.

Administrative Appointments at Academic Institutions

  • Regional Accreditation Assurance Argument Co-chair, Rogers State University ( 2015-present)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning “EX Team” system conversion member, Rogers State University (2015 -2017)
  • Co-chair Data Standards Committee, Rogers State University (2015 – 2017)
  • Web Accessibility in Higher Education Committee member (2015 – 2017)
  • Northeast Workforce Development Board (NEWDB) member, Rogers State University (2015 – 2017)
  • University Council, Rogers State University (2015 – present)
  • Tri-Chair PEAQ Accreditation Process, Rogers State University (2013-2015)
  • Accreditation Liaison Officer, Rogers State University (2012 to present)
  • Ex-officio Member, University Assessment Committee, Rogers State University (2011 to present)
  • Academic Council member, Rogers State University (2011 – present)
  • University Strategic Planning Committee member, Rogers State University, (2011 to present)
  • Lead Team, College Strategic Planning Team, Tulsa Community College (2010 to 2011)
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Strategic Planning Team, Tulsa Community College (2010 to 2011)
  • Chair, Strategic Reporting Team, Tulsa Community College (2009 to 2011)
  • Member Student Advisement and First-time Freshman Orientation intervention teams (2009 to 2011)
  • College Compliance Council, Tulsa Community College (2008 to 2011)
  • Co-Chair, Data Standards Team, Tulsa Community College (2007 to 2011)
  • Co-Chair, Achieving the Dream Data Team, Tulsa Community College (2007 to 2011)
  • Co-Chair, Achieving the Dream Lead Team and Core Team, Tulsa Community College (2007 to 2011)
  • Learning Effectiveness Council – Lead Team, Tulsa Community College (2006 to 2011)
  • Academic Affairs Council, Tulsa Community College (2006 to 2011)
  • Enrollment Management Council, Tulsa Community College (2006 to 2011)
  • Accreditation Committee, Tulsa Community College (2006 to 2009)
  • Co-Chair, Strategic Planning Team, Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology (2003-2005)
  • Chair, Performance Appraisal System, Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology (2002-2003)
  • Enrollment Management Council, Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology (2002-2005)
  • Accreditation Lead Team, Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology (2002-2003)
  • Professional Development Committee, State University-Institute of Technology (2002-2006)
  • Scholarship Committee, Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology (2002-2003)
  • Co-Chair Assessment Committee, Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology (2001-2006)

Professional Memberships, Honors and Affiliations

  • Board member for Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association—RMERA (2009 – present)
  • Member of International Society of Business Education – ISBE (2015 – present)
  • Member of National Business Education Association – NBEA (2015 – present)
  • Member of Association of Institutional Research (2006 – present)
  • Treasurer and Board member of Oklahoma Association for Institutional Research (2003-2007; Member 2001 – present)
  • Society of Women Engineers (2010 – present)
  • Member of American Psychological Association (APA) and Society of Industrial & Organizational Psychologists (SIOP — APA Division 14) (1992 – 1997, 2001-2005)
  • Excellence in Teaching award at Southern Nazarene University – Tulsa Center (1997)
  • Parliamentarian for Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges (1996)
  • University of Tulsa dissertation research grant (1991)
  • Rockwell International Tulsa Division Engineer-of-the-year nominee (1986)
  • Member Epsilon Pi Tau honorary fraternity for Education in Technology (Inducted 1980)

Certifications and Training

  • Higher Learning Commission Peer Review Corp training (2014 – 2017)
  • Higher Learning Commission Accreditation Liaison Officer training (2014 – 2017)
  • Quality Matters Applying the Quality Matters Rubric certification (2016)
  • Jenzabar Learning Management System – Level I training (2016)
  • Quality Matters Improving Your Online Course training (2015)
  • Quality Matters Coordinator training (2015)
  • Blackboard Learning Management System – Level I training (2011)
  • Achieving the Dream (ATD) – Lumina Foundation focus group facilitation and analysis training (2008-2010)

Service, Research, Publications, Presentations and Workshops

Service:

Reviewer for International Journal for Business Education (2015 – present).

Northeast Oklahoma Workforce Development Board member (2015 – 2017).

Hosted 47th Annual Rocky Mountain Research Association Conference “Commitment to Excellence: Contributions from Educational Research” at Rogers State University (October 22-23, 2015).

Call-for-papers Committee for Annual Rocky Mountain Research Association Conference (2015 through present).

Higher Learning Commission Peer Review Corp member (2014 – present).

Tulsa Chamber of Commerce “One Voice” community education representative (2013 to present).

Manuscript reviewer for macrosociology textbook (2012).

Convocation Planning and Professional Development Team, Rogers State University (2012 – present).

Institutional Review Board member, Rogers State University (2011 – 2015).

Associate Editor: Innovation and Empowerment (2009 – 2013).

Session chair for Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association – RMERA annual conferences (2009 – present).

Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education (OSRHE) Financial Aid Database State Advisory Committee (2009 to 2012).

Oklahoma State Regents of Higher Education (OSRHE) Institutional Research State Advisory Committee (2008 to 2011).

Textbook reviewer for data analysis textbook (2008).

Successful application for the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) “Assessment Academy” for Tulsa Community College and Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology (2007 and 2005).

Institutional Review Board member, Tulsa Community College (2006 to 2011).

Session chair for Oklahoma Association for Institutional Research – OKAIR annual conferences (2003 – 2014) .

Margaret Hudson Program time management skills student mentor (2001).

Dissertation committee member – Ph.D. program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. University of Tulsa (1998 – 2001).

Call-for-papers chair for 8th Annual Computer Integrated Manufacturing in Higher Education conference (1996).

Call-for-papers committee member for Oklahoma Horticulture Industry Society (HIS) conference (1996).

Paper submissions review panel member for regional, division, and national conferences (e.g., AIR, RMERA, OKAIR, APA, CIM/HE, APA-Division 14 SIOP, SWPA, and HIS) (1996 to present) https://www.airweb.org/eAIR/thankyou/Pages/default.aspx.

Session chair for the 103rd Annual American Psychological Association – APA Convention (1996).

Textbook reviewer for introduction to psychology textbook (1996).

Research, Curriculum Development and Technical Reports:

Clettenberg, S. & Millikin-Davies, M., (2001, 2000, 1999). COPS School-based Partnership Grant: Evaluation Report. Broken Arrow Police Department: Broken Arrow, OK.

Clettenberg, S., Millikin-Davies, M., & Thompson, C. (1997). Technology-enhanced Learning Opportunities in Science and Mathematics (TELOS) Grant: Evaluation report. Tulsa Public Schools: Tulsa, OK.

Davies, J., Walsh, J., Millikin, M., & Jackson, J.B. (2017). Evaluating tourniquet efficacy comparing contrasting exsanguination techniques for the upper extremity. Medical University of South Carolina: Columbia, SC.

Gray, D., & Millikin, M. (2017). Online self-paced course development and success patterns. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Gray, D., & Millikin, M. (2016, 2015). Traditional age learners with adult responsibilities needs analysis. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Hogan, R., Howell, W., Arneson, S., Millikin-Davies, M., & Gregory, S. (1989). Holland Hall School 1988 Survey (technical report). Hogan Assessment Systems, Inc.: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2016). Executive summary of Spring 2016 strategic planning focus groups. Retrieved from http://www.rsu.edu/about/strategic-planning/2016-2021-strategic-plan/ Accountability and Academics. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2016, 2013). Evaluation of student course outcomes by delivery modality. Accountability and Academics. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2014). Executive Summary of Spring 2014 Focus Groups. Accountability and Academics. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2013). Student Success Report 2013. Accountability and Academics. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2013). Concurrent high school student enrollment report by high school. Accountability and Academics. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2011-2017). RSU general education: Measuring student proficiency. Accountability and Academics. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2011 – 2016). Rogers State University Annual Student Assessment Report. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2011 – 2016). RSU Campus Compact Report of Service Learning and Civic Engagement. Accountability and Academics. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2011). Development of optimum Nursing program level cut scores. Planning and Institutional Research: Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK. .

Millikin, M. (2010). Course fillage rate analysis by program of study. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK. .

Millikin, M. (2010 – 2011). Evaluation of African American male student success team mentoring intervention. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2009-2010). Evaluation of Reading I and Reading II student success intervention. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2008-2010). Tulsa Achieves student cohort evaluation. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2008-2010). Evaluation of student success as a result of Strategies for Academic Success course for first-time freshmen. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa, OK: Tulsa Community College.

Millikin, M. (2008-2009). Tulsa Community College Annual Student Assessment Report of Activity. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2008). Evaluation of culinary and hospitality industry and student needs analysis. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2008). Development of Nursing program entrance assessment battery. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2008 – 2011). Evaluation of student goal completion by program of study: graduation and transfer. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2007-2010). Evaluation of a faculty-led student Critical Thinking Initiative (CTI): a cross-discipline approach. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK. .

Millikin, M. (2006-2007). Faculty rank and promotion inter-rater reliability study using Fleiss’ Kappa. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2006). Development of a predictive model of enrollment as a function of tuition. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2006). Correlates of student success in technical fields. Institutional Assessment and Research. Okmulgee, OK: Oklahoma State University—Institute of Technology.

Millikin, M. (2006). Final Evaluation Report for the 2005 No Child Left Behind Act Project: “Data Driven Decision-Making for Oklahoma Urban Preservice and In-service Educators. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2005). Final Evaluation Report for the 2004 No Child Left Behind Act Project: “Data Driven Decision-Making for Oklahoma Urban Preservice and In-service Educators. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2005). Evaluation of a needs analysis for Muscogee (Creek) Nation Tribal College. Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Okmulgee, Oklahoma.

Millikin, M. (2004-2006). Monograph: Regional Feasibility Study for Bachelor of Technology Degrees. Okmulgee, OK: Oklahoma State University – Institute of Technology.

Millikin, M. (2001 – 2006). Oklahoma State University-Institute of Technology Annual Student Assessment Report. Okmulgee, OK: Oklahoma State University – Institute of Technology.

Millikin, M. (2009). Correlates of community college students’ propensity to default on student loans. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. and Canan, M. (2012). Concurrent high school student enrollment program analysis. Accountability and Academics. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M, & Canan, M. (2012). Executive Summary of Spring 2014 Focus Groups For Communications Program Development. Accountability and Academics. Claremore, OK: Rogers State University.

Millikin, M. and Canan, M. (2012). Student Focus Groups for Program Review in Communications. Accountability and Academics. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. & Johnson, P. (2007-2008). Making voices heard for Oklahoma’s school age children and youth: needs analysis. Oklahoma Afterschool Network. Oklahoma City, OK.

Millikin, M., & Johnson, P. (2007). Achieving the Dream student success data summit. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. and Miller, C. (2006). 2006 Web-based Factbook for Oklahoma State University – Institute of Technology. Okmulgee, OK : Oklahoma State University – Institute of Technology.

Millikin, M., Simmons, P., Knight, L., and Ripp, S. (2011). Program evaluation for English as a Second Language (ESL) Intensive English Program (IEP). Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK. .

Millikin, M. & Wright, S. (2007 – 2008). College leadership aspirations as a function of personality. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M., (2005). Final Evaluation Report for the 2004 Math and Science Partnership Project Grant for Tulsa Public and Oklahoma City Public Schools. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M., (2004). Final Evaluation Report for the 2003 No Child Left Behind Act Project: “Data Driven Decision-Making for Oklahoma Urban Preservice and Inservice Educators. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M., (2004). Final Evaluation Report for the 2003 Math and Science Partnership Project for Tulsa Public and Oklahoma City Public Schools. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2004 – 2001). Oklahoma State University-Okmulgee Annual Student Assessment Report of 2003-2004 Activity. Oklahoma State University – Institute of Technology : Okmulgee,OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2001). Development and testing of curriculum and materials for Tulsa-area early childhood parenting seminars. Tulsa, OK: Family& Children’s Services. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2000). Monograph: 2000 training and inservice evaluation. Family & Children’s Services: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2000). Families Interacting in New Directions (FIND) evaluation manuscript. Family & Children’s Services: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2000). Dialysis project evaluation report. Dialysis Specialists of Tulsa. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (1988). Test plan and validation strategy for the selection of Tulsa entry-level firefighters (technical report). University of Tulsa: Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M., & Darr, S. (1988). 1988 Tulsa Industrial Relations Association Salary Survey (technical report). Industrial Relations Association: Tulsa, OK.

Woodruff, J. & Millikin, M. (2010). Exploration of college-wide organization and role clarity through focus groups and survey analysis. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK. .

Woodruff, J. & Millikin, M. (2010). Post-accreditation organizational role clarity study. Planning and Institutional Research. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK. .

Woodruff, J. & Millikin, M. (2007-2010). Identification of barriers to student success in developmental course work and gateway course work through focus groups. College Data Team. Tulsa Community College: Tulsa, OK.

Publications:

Arneson, S., Millikin-Davies, M., & Hogan, J. (1993). Validation of personality and cognitive measures for insurance claims examiners. Journal of Business and Psychology, 7(4), 4-473-495.

Colglazier, P. & Millikin, M. (2010). Increasing success through strategies, development, and gateway courses. Celebrate Learning! 1(2) p. 4.

Hogan, J., Millikin-Davies, M., & Harris, G. (1993). The view from below. Observations & Predictions, 3(1), p. 3-4.

Millikin, M. (2012). Promoting student success: Evaluation of a freshman orientation course. Innovation and Empowerment. Vol. 3 (2), pp. 1-13. http://home.snu.edu/dept/tulsa/snuie/Millikin.pdf

Millikin-Davies, M. & Kahre, J. (1995). Marketing CIM/HE: A case study. In M. Millikin-Davies & H. Kraebber (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th annual CIM/HE conference (pp. 74-95). Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. A. (1993). An exploration of flawed supervision. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Tulsa, 1992). Dissertation Abstracts International, 6599B.

Wright, S. & Millikin, M. (2008). Designing a dynamic leadership development program. Instructional Leadership Abstracts, 6(1).

Presentations (Refereed):

Arneson, S., Millikin-Davies, M., & Francis, J. (1989). Do high and low performers provide different job analysis ratings? Paper presented at the 35th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention. Houston, TX.

Benton, T., Almquist, C., Dulin, W., & Millikin, M. (2011). The role of Institutional Research in equitable access and success: data, power, and privilege. Presented at the Achieving the Dream Strategies Institute. Indianapolis, IN.

Billen, I., Millikin, M., & Morgen-Dees, J. (2008). State Panel Update on Achieving the Dream. Presented at Oklahoma Association of Institutional Research & Planning (OKAIRP) Conference, Rose State College, Oklahoma City, OK.

Charlson, D., Colglazier, P., McKeon, T., Millikin. M., & Wright, S. (2010). Increasing student success for at-risk college students. Presented at 2nd Annual Oklahoma University Community Engagement Center (OUCEC) Conference 2010. Tulsa, OK.

Giese, M., Millikin, M. & Hendrix, F. (2010). Accreditation: Panel discussion. Presented at 2010 Oklahoma Association of Institutional Assessment & Planning (OKAIRP) Conference. Cameron University. Lawton, OK.

Gonzalez, K., & Millikin, M. (2009). Research to practice: Bringing the ivory tower to ground. Presented at the 2009 American Association of Community Colleges Convention. Phoenix, AZ.

Gonzalez, K., & Millikin, M. (2009). The Changing Role of Institutional Research at Today’s Community Colleges. Presented at the 2009 Achieving the Dream Strategies Institute. San Francisco, CA.

Gonzalez, K., Woodruff, J. & Millikin, M. (2009). Focus Groups: A Powerful Tool to Increase Student Success. Presented at the Achieving the Dream Strategies Institute. San Francisco, CA.

Gray, D. & Millikin, M. (2017). The pace of learning online: Instructional course design for diverse learners, time zones, and schedules. Paper presented at the International Society of Business Education conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Gray, D. & Millikin, M. (2016). Perceptions and preferences of traditional-age adult learners regarding solutions to reduce barriers to success in a traditional public university in the U. S. Paper presented at the International Society of Business Education conference, Graz, Austria.

Gray, D. & Millikin, M. (2015). Factors affecting academic performance and higher education choices of students at a regional university in Oklahoma: A profile of traditional-age adult learners and their unique educational needs. Paper presented at the International Society of Business Education conference, Krakow, Poland.

Hogan, J. and Millikin-Davies, M. (1990). Job performance as a function of personality strengths and weaknesses. Paper presented at the 36th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, Dallas. TX.

Manning, T., Alexander, L., & Millikin, M. (2012). Increasing Faculty and Staff Support for Student Success by Conducting a Data Summit. Presented at Annual Conference of the Association of Institutional Research (AIR). New Orleans, LA.

Manning, T., Alexander, L., Gonzalez, K., & Millikin, M. (2011). How to plan and conduct a data summit to obtain broad engagement of faculty and staff. 2011 Achieving the Dream Strategies Institute. Indianapolis, IN.

Millikin, M. (2017). Sustainable environments: Balancing IR in financial challenging climates. Round table presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Institutional Research (AIR). Washington D.C.

Millikin, M. (2014). Renewable energy: Motivating IR personnel in difficult financial times. Round table presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Institutional Research (AIR). Orlando, FL.

Millikin, M. (2014). Evaluating Course Efficacy by Modality of Delivery. Paper presentation at the 46nd Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association. Pensacola, FL.

Millikin, M. (2011). Bridging the College Readiness Gap: Effectiveness of an Entering Student Success Course. Paper presented at the 43nd Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (RMERA). Granbury, TX.

Millikin, M. (2011). An Update of the Higher Learning Commission’s Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Versions of Criteria for Accreditation. Poster presentation at the 43rd Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (RMERA). Granbury, TX.

Millikin, M. (2010). Relevance of prerequisites in Elementary Statistics. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (RMERA). Northeastern Oklahoma State University. Broken Arrow, OK.

Millikin, M. (2009). Using focus groups to plan for organizational and student success. Presented at 40th Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (RMERA). West Florida State University. Pensacola, FL

Millikin, M. (2005). Facilitating Data-driven Decision Making with SPSS. Pre-conference workshop at the Fall 2005 Oklahoma Association of Institutional Research & Planning (OKAIRP) Conference, Northeastern State University – Broken Arrow Campus, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Millikin, M. & Canan, M. (2012). Questioning the question: Working with departments for data-informed decision making. Presented at the Fall 2012 Oklahoma Association of Institutional Research (OKAIR) conference. Mid-America Christian University. Oklahoma City, OK.

Millikin, M., David, K., & Bruce, J. (2013). Wisdom in Process: Refining Requests for IR Time and Talent. Round table presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Institutional Research (AIR). Long Beach, CA.

Millikin, M. & Gray, D. (2016). An Investigation of Specific Barriers and Preferences for Traditional-age Students with Adult Responsibilities. Paper presentation at the 48nd Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association. Broken Arrow, OK.

Millikin, M. & Gray, D. (2015). Who are Adult Learners? Mining Quantitative and Qualitative Data to Identify Traditional-Age Adult Learners. Paper presentation at the 47nd Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association. Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. & Housel, S. (2013). Students Who Don’t Count: Non-traditional, Part-time, Associate Degree in Education Graduates. Paper presentation at the 45nd Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association. Edmond, OK.

Millikin, M. & Miller, C. (2006). Assessment Week: Taking a week to build lasting change. Presented at the 2006 Oklahoma Association of Institutional Assessment & Planning Conference (OKAIRP). Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.

Millikin, M. & Woodruff, J. (2010). Focus on diagnosis: Persistence at Tulsa Community College. Presented at Achieving the Dream Strategies Institute. Charlotte, NC.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2004). What Faculty Can Teach Administrators About Performance Evaluation. Paper presented at the 2004 National Institute for Staff & Organizational Development (NISOD) Conference, Austin, Texas.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2004). Developing a Predictive Model of IT Student Success. Paper presented at the Oklahoma Association of Institutional Research & Planning (OKAIRP) Conference, University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma. Chickasha, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (1996). Excuse me: What is the role of courtesy in leader success? Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention. Houston, TX.

Millikin-Davies, M. (1996). The human touch in technology. In J.Kahre (Chair), Olympic solutions for business. Symposium conducted at the Tulsa Community College Computer Integrated Manufacturing Signature Event, Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (1994). Character in leadership revisited. Paper presented at the 40th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (1992). Working adults seeking off-site education: An investigation of stress and stress-related characteristics. Paper presented at the 38th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention. Austin, TX.

Millikin-Davies, M. (1991). Development of a Taxonomy of Flawed Supervision. Paper presented at the 37th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention. New Orleans, LA.

Millikin-Davies, M. (1990). Development of an Honesty Measure. Paper presented at the 36th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention. Dallas, TX.

Millikin-Davies, M. & Kahre, J. (1995). Marketing in CIM/HE: A case study. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Computer Integrated Manufacturing in Higher Education Conference, Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. & Hogan, J. (1993). Behavioral dimensions of flawed supervision. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists. San Francisco, CA.

Millikin-Davies, M., Yeatts, A., Gregory, S., & Guertin, C. (1989). Gender: A confounding factor of creativity? Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M., Yeatts, A., Gregory, S., Guertin, C., & Schindler, G. (1989). Personality and Creativity. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, Houston. TX.

Quigley, A., Millikin-Davies, M., & Francis, J. (1989). Personality correlates of ascendancy in a metropolitan police department. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention. Houston, TX.

Thompson, C., Millikin, M., Johnson, D., Podemski, R., & Brown, H.Q. (2009). Responsible conduct of research: Panel discussion. Presented at 40th Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (RMERA). West Florida State University. Pensacola, FL.

Thompson, C., Sarani, S., Millikin-Davies, M. (2004,). No Child Left Behind: Data-driven Decision Making Professional Development for Urban Preservice and Inservice Educators Project 2003-2005. Paper presented at the Oklahoma Council Teachers of Mathematics (OCTM) Conference, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Varner, M., Housel, S., & Millikin, M. (2014). A Narrative and Practice That Made a Difference: Redirecting and Renewing the Role of General Education through a Campus-Wide Forum. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Higher Learning Commission. Chicago, IL.

Wright, S. & Millikin, M. (2007). Beyond Lockstep and Lockjaw: Designing a Dynamic Internal Program for Leadership Development. Paper presented at the Learning College Summit: League for Innovation. Dallas, TX.

Yeatts, A., Millikin-Davies, M., & Gregory, S. (1989). A comparison of athlete and nonathlete profiles on the Inventory of Personal Motives. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association. Tulsa, OK.

Yeatts, A., Millikin-Davies, M., Gregory, S., & Hogan, J. (1989). The influence of career interest differentiation on academic success. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Convention. Houston, TX.

Presentations (Non-refereed) and Workshops:

Arthrell, C., Lempicki, T., & Millikin-Davies, M. (2000). Meeting Special Client Therapeutic Needs. Presented at Family & Children’s Services Professional Development Seminar, Tulsa, OK.

Claborn, D., Dickson, M., and Millikin, M. (2005). Current Issues in Assessment of Student Learning. Seminar in the 2005-06 New Faculty Development Series, Oklahoma State University— Institute of Technology.

Graves, M. & Millikin, M. (2006). Please Understand Me. Workshop in occupational personality. Oklahoma State University—Institute of Technology, Okmulgee, OK.

Limas, M. & Millikin, M. (2009). An introduction to data analysis using SPSS. Presented at Tulsa Community College 2009 Convocation. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin., M. (2013). Engineers as leaders. 2013 Tulsa Engineering Summit. University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2013 – 2017). Degrees Matter: Higher Education in Northeast Oklahoma. Leadership Owasso Training Program.

Millikin, M. (2013). RSU General Education: Measuring student proficiency. Spring 2013 General Education Faculty Forum.

Millikin, M. (2013). Navigating through the ZipSurvey Portal. 2013 Rogers State University Convocation Professional Development Series. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2012). RSU General Education: Measuring Student Proficiency. Presented at the Rogers State University 2012 Convocation. Rogers State University.

Millikin, M. (2012). Just the facts: A review of salient statistics in business today. Tulsa Engineering Summit. University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2012). General education: how RSU compares to other universities. Convocation Professional Development Series. Rogers State University: Claremore, OK.

Millikin, M. (2011). Leadership skills: How to move into middle management and into executive management. 2011 Tulsa Engineering Summit. University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2010). On becoming leaders: a how-to and how-so for women. Society of Women Engineers-Tulsa Chapter October 2010 meeting. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2010). Data access for teaching and learning. Presented at the 2010 Academy for Teaching Excellence (ATE) new faculty series. Tulsa Community College.

Millikin, M. (2010). Bristow Community Education Needs Survey 2010. Bristow Chamber of Commerce October 2010 meeting, Bristow, OK.

Millikin, M. (2010). Research in action: Survey development. Seminar for Tulsa Community College faculty/staff Data Team. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2010). Personal Assessment of College Environment (PACE) 2010 TCC Results. Tulsa Community College – All campuses. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2010). Key indicators of performance for strategic planning. Tulsa Community College Strategic Planning Committee. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2008-2010). Data-informed decision making. Tulsa Community College Supervisory Management Series. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2008). Research in action: Survey development. Workshop for Tulsa Community College Learning Resource Center staff. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin, M. (2006). Program and Classroom Assessment Techniques. Seminar in the 2005-06 New Faculty Development Series, Oklahoma State University—Institute of Technology.

Millikin, M. & Johnson, P. (2007). How are we doing? Presentation of College report card at college-wide professional development seminar. Tulsa Convention Center. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2004). Please Understand Me. Workshop in occupational personality and team work. Magic Empire Council of Girl Scouts council staff. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2003). Classroom Assessment Techniques. Presented at the 2003 New Faculty Development Seminar, Oklahoma State University— Institute of Technology.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2003). Assessment of Student Learning: Data Collection and Reporting. Presented at the 2003 Professional Development Days, Oklahoma State University–Institute of Technology.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2002, 2001). Dealing With Difficult Employees. Presented at the 2002 and 2001 Oklahoma State University—Institute of Technology Professional Development Days, Okmulgee, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2002). Understanding Student Academic Achievement. Presented at the 2002 New Faculty Development Seminar, Oklahoma State University— Institute of Technology.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2002). Implementation of a New Performance Appraisal System. Presented at the 2002 Oklahoma State University—Institute of Technology Professional Development Days, Okmulgee, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2002) Workplace Harassment. Professional development workshop. Magic Empire Council of Girl Scouts staff. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2001). Institutional Effectiveness and Student Academic Achievement. Presented at the 2001 Professional Development Days. Oklahoma State University–Institute of Technology.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2001). Clinical Team Building Retreat. Workshop for therapists at Family & Children’s Services. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (2000). Building Teamwork Skills. Workshop for agency clerical staff at Family & Children’s Service. Tulsa, OK.

Millikin-Davies, M. (1995). User friendly research for nursing professionals. Paper presented at the meeting of the Tulsa Industrial Nurses Association, Tulsa, OK.

Wood, D. & Millikin, M. (2010). No-nonsense, no-frills assessment. Eastern Oklahoma State College 2010 Convocation. Wilburton, OK.

Wood, D., Cantrell, M., Reese, S., & Millikin, M. (2010). Assessing for Student Success. Presented at the Tulsa Community College 2010 Convocation. Tulsa Community College – Southeast Campus.