Chuck Dull


Dr. Charles Dull (Chuck) is currently the Associate Dean for the IT Center of Excellence at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio. As Associate Dean he is tasked with program planning and support for faculty and students in IT programs college wide. He earned his BSBA and MBA from Youngstown State University and PhD from Capella University. Dr. Dull has been an advocate for innovative concepts in higher education for many years. While at the former Myers University, Dull lead the team that designed the Portfolio Review Process for Adult Learners, a Corporate University program and the design of the first BS and MBA degrees for online delivery in Ohio. He went on to join the staff of The Higher Learning Commission as Operations Manager for the Academic Quality Improvement Project and Assistant Director for Information Systems. Along with AQIP operations, Dull also was an active speaker and innovator on issues ranging from implementing quality procedures to process measurement in higher education keynoting Student Track07 in Sante Fe, NM and as a speaker in Student Track08 in Puerto Rico. From online student to online educator, over the course of his career Dull has taught online for associate through PhD programs as well as in the classroom as well as designed course for online delivery. He has recently had contributions to The evoLLLution ( (August 22, 2013: Three Ways to Improve Online Courses for Adult Students. The EVOLLLUTION: ILLUMINATING THE LIFELONG LEARNING MOVEMENT, September 26, 2013: Three Technological Trends That Set the Tone for Higher Education’s future. The EVOLLLUTION: ILLUMINATING THE LIFELONG LEARNING MOVEMENT, November 21, 2013: Inspiring Institutional Culture Change with Completion. The EVOLLLUTION: ILLUMINATING THE LIFELONG LEARNING MOVEMENT). DULL WAS ALSO A Plenary Speaker at Educational Intelligence Conference 2013: Tools and Best Practices for Achieving Institutional Excellence and Student Success. TOPIC: Effective Use of Technology to achieve and maintain accreditation/ monitor all metrics based upon which accreditation is granted/ US based models: the AQIP model, NACADA.

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