Matthew P. Phelps
- Ph.D. in cognitive psychology, The Pennsylvania State University
- B.S. in psychology (summa cum laude), Bowling Green State University
- Director of Institutional Research and Assessment, 2019-present
- Director of General Education, 2018-2020
- Faculty Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Capstone Seminar, 2015–2017
- Project leader, Quantitative Literacy Goals & Performance Task for Assessment, 2015-2017
- Director, Faculty Development, 2011-2015
- Coordinator, Summer Interdisciplinary Reading Group, 1999-2016
- Chair, Department of Psychology, 2003-2010
- Distinguished Faculty Award for Service, Malone University, 2018-2019
- Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching, Malone University, 2011-12
- Finalist, Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching, Malone University, 2005-06; 2007-08; 2010-11
- Finalist, Distinguished Faculty Award for Service, 2007-08, 2017-2018
- Introduction to Statistics
- Human Memory & Cognition
- Sophomore Seminar (academic and career advising for psychology majors)
- Senior Seminar in Psychology (topical capstone for psychology majors)
- Faith in the World Seminar (topical, interdisciplinary capstone in general education)
- Phelps, M. P., & Waalkes, S. (2012). Educating desire and imagination in a “Faith in the World” seminar. Journal of Education & Christian Belief, 16, 195-214.
- Phelps, M. P. & Waalkes, S. (2009). Christian friendship as faculty development: A narrative account. Journal of Education & Christian Belief, 13, 125-139.
- Phelps, M. P., & Waalkes, S. (2011, October). Educating desire and imagination in a “Faith in the World” seminar. Paper presented at Education as Formation: Christian Approaches, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI.
- Waalkes, S., & Phelps, M. P. (2007, October). Christian friendship as faculty development: A narrative analysis. Paper presented at the Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture, Friendship: Quests for Character, Community, and Truth, Baylor University, Waco, TX.