Matt Kubacki, Ed. D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Ed.D., Higher Education Administration, Northeastern University, 2017
M.A., English Language and Literature, Marquette University, 2005
B.A., English and Secondary Education, Boston College, 2001
Scholarly & Professional Interests
New York City literature, facades and reality, truth and lying, and the ways all of these combine. Transfer students, retention, persistence, transition, support programs.
Kubacki, M. (2017). Transfer Seminar: A case study of transfer students’ experiences at a private, four-year college in Brooklyn, New York, using Tinto’s Model of Persistence (doctoral dissertation). ProQuest.
Kubacki, M. (2016). All Day. [Review of the book All day: A year of love and survival teaching incarcerated kids at Riker’s Island by L. J. Peterson]. NACADA Journal: Global Community for Academic Advising, https://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Resources/Book-Reviews
Kubacki, M. (2016). Losing my cool. [Review of the book Losing my cool: Love, literature, and a Black man’s escape from the crowd by T. C. Williams]. NACADA Journal: Global Community for Academic Advising, 36(2).
Co-wrote and -produced the short film "The Pilgrim & the Private Eye" (Border Clan Pictures, 2012).