Kerry Charron

kerry charron

Dr. Charron's curriculum vitae [PDF]

Bio

Kerry Charron is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Cadre and Faculty Development Course; she teaches Organization and Administration in Higher Education and College Teaching and Learning. She holds a doctorate in Higher and Postsecondary Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, a Master of Professional Studies in Human Relations from New York Institute of Technology, a Masters of Arts in English from Western Connecticut State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in English from State University of New York at Albany. Dr. Charron began her higher education career as an undergraduate composition and literature instructor, and since then she has held administrative, research, and faculty positions at a wide range of public and private higher education institutions mainly teaching and working with nontraditional student populations. These institutions included a historically black college, a Hispanic-serving institution, two community colleges, an online institution serving military students, and an Ivy League university. Her research interests include diversity in higher education, teaching and learning in military contexts, and curriculum design. Dr. Charron serves as a book reviewer for the Journal of African American History.

Educational Background

  • Doctor of Education in Higher and Postsecondary Education, October 2009
    Teachers College, Columbia University-New York, NY.
  • Master of Professional Studies in Human Relations, May 1999
    New York Institute of Technology-Central Islip, NY.
  • Master of Arts in English, May 1995
    Western Connecticut State University-Danbury, CT.
  • Bachelor of Arts in English, May 1990
    State University of New York at Albany

Professional Memberships & Activities

  • Association of Florida Colleges, Florida Keys Community College Chapter President
  • College Board Advanced Placement English Literature Exam Reader
  • Book Reviewer for The Journal of African American History
  • Scorer for the Graduate Record Exam (essay component)
  • American Educational Research Association

Professional Awards

  • 2006 Anna Neumann Student Research Award, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • 2012 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar Program
  • 2015 Unsung Hero Award, Association of Florida Colleges

Publications

  • Book Review of Brown’s Battleground: Students, Segregationists, and the Struggle for Justice in Prince Edward County,Virginia, by Jill Ogline Titus. The Journal of African American History. 98.2 (2013): 341-344. Print.
  • Bridging Literature and Composition: An Anthology. Edited by Kerry Charron, Nancy Long, and Jontoinette White, Eds. Mason, Ohio: Cengage Learning, 2008.
  • "'Lights Just Click on Everyday’: Academic Preparedness and Remediation" in Defending the Community College Equity Agenda. Co-authored with Dr. Dolores Perin. Edited by Thomas Bailey & Vanessa Smith Morest. Johns Hopkins University Press: 2006.