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Dr. Karen G. Carter, Assistant Professor, Information Systems

Email: karen.carter@LMUnet.edu
Phone: 423.869.6675
Office: 121 Business-Education Building

Education and Background

    Degrees:
    PhD, Occupational and Technical Studies and STEM studies, Old Dominion University, 2009

    MS, Management Information Systems, Bowie State University

    BS, Business Education, Radford University

    Relevant Experience:
    Regional Student Service Officer (RSSO) for Central Texas College in Yokosuka, Japan

    Coordinated the Program for Afloat Continuing Education (PACE)

    Coordinated ASVAB remediation for active duty service members attached to U.S. Naval Station Rota, Spain

    Worked for the state of West Virginia in workforce development and the economic survivor training for women and teens

    Served as a Southwest Virginia Dual Enrollment Coordinator and Virginia Governor’s School Director for thirteen rural, Appalachian high schools and one community college

Research and Teaching Areas

    Executive Leadership Concentration supporting collaboration within a cohort model, inquiry required of emerging 21st century leaders, and research centered upon organizational experiences and issues

Scholarly Highlights





    Carter, K. (2011). Occupations of the 21st Century (Chapter 2) of Technology and Engineering Education’ Contributions to Workforce Development. International Technology Education & Engineering Association. Reston, VA.