S Marshall Angle Jr, Ph.D.

Education

  • B.A., English and History, Mercer University
  • M.Ed., Secondary Education, Social Studies, University of West Georgia
  • Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Foundations and Research (Research Track), University of South Carolina

Research Interest

My research focuses on program evaluation for the continuous quality improvement of medical education programming. I am particularly interested in the internal validity of research methods, reliability and validity of test data, and implementation fidelity of curricular innovations.

Publications

  • Hedrick JS, Cottrell S, Stark D, Brownfield E, Stoddard HA, Angle Jr SM, Buckley LA, Clinch CR, Esposito K, Krane NK, Park V, Teal CR, and Ferrari III ND. A Review of Continuous Quality Improvement Processes at Ten Medical Schools. Medical Science Educator 2019; 29 (1): 285-290.
  • Angle Jr SM and Klatt EC. Modified Angoff Standard Setting for Locally Developed MCQ Exams: Controlling for False Negatives. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Orlando, Florida. 2019.
  • Devereaux RS, Angle Jr SM, Smith BE, and Dent M. Team-based Learning Approach for Teaching Medical Decision Making Statistics to First Year Medical Students. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Jackson, Mississippi. 2018.
  • Stoddard H, Angle Jr, SM, Brownfield E, Byerley J, Churchward G, Cottrell S, Halbert CH, Park V, Thomas A, and Wallach P. A Crosswalk of Methods for Continuous Quality Improvement in Medical Education. Oral Session presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Charlottesville, Virginia. 2017.
  • Angle Jr SM, Cline SD, Propst K, Smith MU, Williams RS, Long BC, Sigman EJ, Stroud WR, and Lopez B. The Medical Practice Reasoning Assessment: A new assessment protocol for a new curriculum—in progress. Oral Session presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Austin, Texas. 2016.
  • Angle Jr SM, Prakash ES, Murray SD, Garner RE, and Malan TP. A data-driven model for predicting unimpeded progress: practical application of statistical analyses for medical school admissions. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Austin, Texas. 2016.
  • Schulz CB, Angle Jr SM, Veasey P, Evans K, and Lee A. Aligning public history resources with South Carolina educational standards: Geography, social identity, and teacher professional development. Oral Session presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Public History, Houston, Texas. 2003.

Grants

  • Research FIRST: Undergraduate Research for First Generation Students. The Council of Independent Colleges/Walmart College Success Awards. Principle Investigator. 2010-2012, $100,000. Research FIRST expanded undergraduate research opportunities for first generation college students. This project supported academic advising for first generation freshmen, faculty mentorship of undergraduate research, and funds for student-initiated research projects, e.g., lab supplies, travel, stipends.
  • Wachovia Research Scholars. Wachovia Foundation, Western North Carolina. Principle Investigator. 2008-2010, $10,000. Wachovia Research Scholars expanded undergraduate research opportunities for undergraduate students. This project supported faculty mentorship of undergraduate research and funds for student-initiated research projects, e.g., lab supplies, travel, stipends.
  • Teaching American history in South Carolina: A statewide approach to teacher professional development, phase two. United States Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement, Award #U215X040339. Co-Investigator. 2004-2008, $999,558.48. Teaching American History in South Carolina was a statewide professional development project for South Carolina social studies teachers. Having successfully directed TAHSC, I wrote an award-winning continuation proposal to fund the next cycle of funding.
  • Macon County Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Mars Hill, NC: Mars Hill College, Center for Assessment and Research Alliances. Co-Investigator, Statistical Analyses, 2010, 2012, and 2014.
  • Durham County Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Mars Hill, NC: Mars Hill College, Center for Assessment and Research Alliances. Co-Investigator, Statistical Analyses, 2010 and 2012.

Professional Involvement

  • AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs
  • AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Continuous Quality Improvement SIG

 

Contact Dr. Marshall Angle


angle_sm@mercer.edu