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Carrol Warren

Teaching Assistant Professor

Coordinator, Ed.D. Programs and Faculty Scholar

Poe Hall 310M


Carrol Warren, Ed.D., serves graduate students in the Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development Department where she teaches in the Community College Leadership program. In addition to her teaching role, she provides coordination for the Doctor of Education degree distance programs including the Executive Mentorship component of the program. She earned her Bachelor's degree in psychology from Meredith College, her Master's degree in education from the University of Texas at Austin, and her Doctor of Education degree in Adult and Community College Education from North Carolina State University. Prior to her role at North Carolina State University, Carrol's background includes serving in various administrative roles in two of North Carolina's community colleges, advocating for individuals with disabilities, and providing counseling in human services agencies across rural North Carolina. Her areas of research interest include student success in executive education, distance learning administration, and evaluation.


Doctor Education in Adult and Community College Education from NC State University
Master of Education in Special Education, Rehabilitation Counseling from University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Meredith College
Certified Counselor in Rehabilitation from the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification

Curriculum Vitae


Courses Taught

  • EAC 555 Ethics in the Workplace and Education
  • EAC 556 Organization Change in HRD: Theory and Practice
  • EAC 584 Evaluating Training Transfer and Effectiveness
  • EAC 700 The Community College
  • EAC 703 Program Planning and Evaluation
  • EAC 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research

Research Areas