Dr. Melinda PhillipsAssistant Professor
Academic & Human Development
133 South Hall
Mansfield University Campus
Doctor of Education Degree - Special Education - Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA
Master of Education Degree - Curriculum and Instruction - Applied Behavioral Analysis Studies - Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Bachelor of Arts Degree - Elementary Education, Certification K-8 - Prescott College, Prescott AZ
University Services and Activities
Academic Affairs Committee
CATL - Center for Advancement of Teaching and Learning
Creative, Community, Professional and Scholarly Activities
Dissertation - Transition Experiences of College Students with Disabilities between High School Graduation and Enrollment in Postsecondary Education and its Correlation with Student Self-Determination, College Readiness, and Registration for Disability Services During the Freshman Year of Colleges.
Phillips, M. K. (2015). Who’s responsible: Inclusiveness in higher education. Research and Teaching in
Developmental Education, 31(2). http://www.jstor.org/stable/45373112
Phillips, M. K. (2015). The ethical implications for indirectly assessing your students. Research and Teaching in
Developmental Education, 32(1). http://www.jstor.org/stable/44290290
Phillips, M. K. (2016). Non-discriminatory compensation and the enhanced educational opportunities for those with
disabilities over the last seventy-eight years. Journal of Research and Teaching in Developmental Education, 32(2). http://www.jstor.org/stable/44290302
Phillips, M. K. (2016). Service and emotional support animals on campus: the relevance and controversy. Journal of
Research and Teaching in Developmental Education, 33(1). http://www.jstor.org/stable/44290251
Presentation of dissertation research and proposal as it relates to student sought assistive or accommodative services and learning assistance at the CRLA (College Reading and Learning Association) conference in Louisiana October – November 2019. Topic: Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities and the Correlation to Student Self-Determination in Seeking Learning Assistance.
9 am to 4 pm by appointment only.