- Ed.D in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, East Tennessee State University
- M.A. in Early Childhood Education, Appalachian State University
- B.S. in Home Economics: Secondary Education, Appalachian State University
- K-4-Graduate Teaching Certificate, Appalachian State University
- Teaching Certificate, Appalachian State University
My name is Carol Annette Ingram Wilson, Ed.D. I have been involved in several colleges as a professional development director for faculty, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs/SACS Self-Study Director, two (2) single Department Chair appointments and an 11-department Chair appointment. I have been a team member and grants planner, intricately involved at various levels in the planning, preparation, submission, budgeting, administering, evaluating and reporting of various grants ranging from Title III program development funds, Mellon, Lilly Foundation Grant Program, and a 2.+ million dollar grant funded through the National Science Foundation (NSF). I have a certification as a Master Presenter with Teaching and Leadership Excellence, The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Educational Administration College of Education’s National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development. I have taught at two (2) regional state HBCU’s and two (2) state PWI’s, four (4) private HBCU’s, and one (1) technical college across four (4) states. The varied career opportunities have given me the opportunity to obtain certification as an online teacher in Blackboard, Moodle, and Livetext. I have taught graduate level courses at Armstrong Atlantic State University, Norfolk State University, and at Hampton University. At Hampton University, I also worked with the Aerospace Science Center, “Classroom Communication with Adults” providing instructional professional development concepts of “Best Practice” in teaching adults.
Other professional projects include presentations designing and publishing a Pearson Custom Book; presenting and participating as a book reviewer for the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Conference; book reviewer for the Journal of Negro Education: and nominated to attend ACE/OWHE 58th National Forum. I am an alumni of Leadership Savannah, Savannah, Georgia; received training to assist students in how to become members of non-military personnel through the Naval Opportunity Awareness Workshop: HBCU/MI Program, ONR (South Carolina State University and Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University), and attended training representing the North Carolina Consortium of Independent Colleges, Teaching Interfaith Understanding Training Seminar (Chicago). Various other professional activities include conference presentations on faculty development, evaluation of classroom teaching, promotion and tenure evidence training for faculty, department chairs, and deans; and hold The Technical College System of Georgia-Customer Service Instructor Certificate. Currently I am on the Executive Board of the North Carolina Association for Colleges and Teacher Educator (NCACTE).
I am the Dean of Professional Studies which includes some of our largest programs Business and Entrepreneurship, Journalism and media Studies, Social Work, and Interim Chair of Curriculum & Instruction. I teach in the department of Elementary Education, liaison for the NCDPI/NCATE/CAEP Accreditation process, field placement coordinator, and licensure liaison for the North Carolina Department of Instruction.
My multiple positions at Bennett require skilled proficiencies and proficient attention to the varied goals and objectives. The position as Dean of Professional Studies is to support and carry out the mission and strategic plan of the college at the highest level conceivable with integrity, professionalism, and empathy to the needs of the students, faculty, staff, and community embracing Bennett College. As Interim Chair of Curriculum & Instruction, I plan to achieve excellence in administrative guidance to faculty, course delivery and workforce preparedness for my students, and civic responsibilities to the community through Bennett collaborations.
- Wilson, C. A. (July 2011). [Review of the book African American families, by A. J. Hattery & E. Smith.] Journal of Global Citizenship and Equity Education(JGCEE) http://www.centennialcollege.ca/citizenshipandequity/journal
- Wilson, C. A. (2009). Teaching First-Generation College Students. The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Community College Leadership Program Department of Educational Administration. Innovation Abstracts, 31(22).
- Wilson, C.A. (Ed.). (2008). Methods for Effective and Successful Teaching: Promoting K-12 Student Learning and Understanding in the Classroom Environment EDUC 3200/6200. New York: Pearson Custom Publishing.
- Wilson, C.A. (2008). (Reviewer of Published). Power Tools for Literacy and Learning. By Rozzelle, J. & Scearce, C. Bloomington: Solution-tree.
- Wilson, C. A. (2009). Book Proposal Reviewer. Middle Grades Teaching: Foundations, Curriculum and Instruction. Pearson, Allyn & Bacon.