Michelle Bartlett is a faculty member at North Carolina State University and serves as the Raleigh Cohort lead for the EdD in Community College Leadership. Michelle has years of experience designing and facilitating training in areas of improvement in higher education, post-secondary education, business, and government programs. With extensive experience creating programs, Michelle has delivered career workshops which include Leadership, Change Management, Conflict Management, Communication Skills, Empowering Middle Management, and Improving Training Effectiveness.
Michelle received her Ph.D. at Clemson University in Higher Education Leadership with a cognate in statistics. Prior to her doctoral work, she received her Master's in Human Resource Development at the University of Louisville. Michelle works closely with ATD, facilitating monthly workshops for the local chapter eLearning SIG. She currently is serving as the Editor for the CTER Journal.
Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Educational Leadership, Cognate Statistics from Clemson University
Master of Science in Human Resource Education from University of Louisville
- Doctoral: Program Area of Study: Adult, Workforce, and Continuing Professional Education
- Master: Adult and Community College Education Program
- EAC 551 Research Methods
- EAC 556 Organization Change in HRD
- EAC 559 The Adult Learner
- EAC 580 Designing Instructional Systems in Training and Development
- EAC 581 Advanced Instructional Design in T&D
- EAC 582 Org. and Operation of T&D Programs
- EAC 583 Needs Assessment and Task Analysis in T & D
- EAC 584 Evaluating Training Transfer and Effectiveness
- EAC 586 Methods and Techniques of Training and Development
- EAC 704 Leadership In Higher and Community College Ed.
- EAC 712 The Change Process in Adult Education