Dr. Carol Clyde

Dr. Clyde has a Bachelor of Science in Corporate and Professional Speech Communications from Radford University; a Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution from Southern Methodist University; a Master of Education in Educational Policy, Planning & Leadership from The College of William and Mary and a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Florida Atlantic University. She has taught at Southern Methodist University, Lynn University and Florida Atlantic University.

In addition to her passion for leadership studies and community engagement, Dr. Clyde is a competitive billiards player and is a lead facilitator for Kiwanis International’s Key Leader High School Leadership Weekend program. In addition to a love of travel, she is active with animal rescue groups and often has foster dogs to keep her own furry menagerie (2 dogs and a cat) in line.

Publications

  • Clyde, C. (2010). Developing Civic Leadership through the utilization of Experiential Learning and Holocaust Education. Prospects - UNESCO Quarterly Review of Comparative Education, 40(2), 289-306.
  • Clyde, C. (2009). Hope, Remembrance and understanding: Developing civic leaders through an experiential holocaust education program. Canadian Diversity, 7(2), 79-84.
  • Clyde, C., Floyd, D. L., & Walker, D. A. (2005). Influences of an Experiential Learning Program for Holocaust Education. NASPA Journal, 42 (3), 326-341.
  • Clyde, C., Floyd, D. L., & Walker, D. A. (2004). Experiential learning: Challenges, opportunities, and policy issues for student affairs leaders. NASAP Journal, 7 (1), 93-104.
  • Clyde, C. (2002). Influences of an Experiential Learning Program for Holocaust Education. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Clyde, C. (1998). The State of Service: Approaches to Service-Learning in American Higher Education. Unpublished master's thesis, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA.
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