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Paul Carr, B.A., M.A., Ed.D.
Professor

Dr. Paul Carr joined Regent University as an assistant professor of higher education administration in the School of Education in July 2000.

He comes to us from The George Washington University where he was director of the Higher Education Administration Master's and Education Specialist programs. Dr. Carr held several positions with The George Washington University including: director of special projects, director of off-campus technology, and research assistant for Dr. Gary Confessore and Dr. Reynolds Ferrante.

Additionally, he taught master's and doctoral level courses in the Educational Technology Leadership Program, Educational Leadership Program, Human Resource Development Program and Engineering Management Program. Dr. Carr is a member of Sigma Tau Delta and a founding fellow of Beta Phi (GWU Chapter).

Dr. Carr was born in Norfolk, Va., where he attended Virginia Wesleyan College and earned a B.A. in English with minors in art and religious studies. He then earned an M.A. in Education and Human Development with a concentration in Human Resource Development and a Doctor of Education degree in Higher Education Administration at The George Washington University.

His research interests include autonomous learning, human resource development, and organizational leadership. View Dr. Carr's vita>>

AWARDS


  • Recipient of The Gary J. Confessore Award for Significant Contributions to the Advancement of Learner Autonomy; Presented at Exeter College of Oxford University. March 10th, 2010.
  • Recipient of The Union Nacional de Juristas Jose Marti Award presented by Dr. Delio Carreras Cuevas; Historiador Oficial de la Universidad de la Habana, Cuba. Presented 24 November, 2009 at University of Havana.
  • Outstanding Facilitator of Learning Award presented at Oxford University, March 2008
  • SCHEV Rising Star Award for Regent University, 2005
  • Beta Phi Scholar of The Year, 2003
  • Regent University School of Education Professor of the Year, 2002

PANELIST


  • Beliefs about adults as learners: Discussion panelist at The 17th International Self-directed Learning Symposium, Cocoa Beach, Fla., February, 2003.


COMMITTEES


  • Dissertation committee member for three dissertations at The George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development, 2003.
  • Director of Membership, Beta Phi.

HONORS & APPOINTMENTS


  • Recipient of The Gary J. Confessore Award for Significant Contributions to the Advancement of Learner Autonomy; Presented at Exeter College of Oxford University. March 10th, 2010.
  • Recipient of The Union Nacional de Juristas Jose Marti Award presented by Dr. Delio Carreras Cuevas; Historiador Oficial de la Universidad de la Habana, Cuba. Presented 24 November, 2009 at University of Havana.
  • Outstanding Facilitator of Learning Award presented at Oxford University, March 2008.
  • SCHEV Rising Star Award for Regent University - 2005
  • Beta Phi Scholar of the Year - 2003
  • Regent University School of Education; Professor of the Year - 2002.

EDUCATION


  • Ed.D. The George Washington University in Higher Education Administration
  • M.A. The George Washington University in Education and Human Development (HRD)
  • B.A. Virginia Wesleyan College in English and Religious Studies

Contact Information

Regent University School of Education
1000 Regent University Drive, ADM 214
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
757.352.4768, FAX 757.352.4318
paulca2@regent.edu

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