Dr. Randall Carman

Adjunct Professor of Leadership

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260.409.7427
Office:Off Campus
carmanr@piedmontu.edu

 


Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN. Dissertation topic: Diversity in Educational Leadership
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN.
Master of Arts in Counseling, Maryland University, Scranton, PA
Bachelor of Science in History, Bible and Secondary Education, Baptist Bible College, Clarks Summit, PA


Academic Experience
Superintendent: Lakewood Park Schools, Auburn, IN
Vice President/Faculty Member: Davis College, Binghamton, NY
Adjunct Faculty Member: Indiana Wesleyan University - Masters in Leadership Program
Adjunct Faculty Member: Tennessee Temple University - Masters and Doctoral programs in Leadership 

Teaching Specializations
Psychology
Counseling
Leadership
Non-profit operations and finance

Ministry & Professional Experience
Leader of Investing Due diligence for Ambassador Enterprises, Fort Wayne, IN (current)
Co-Leader of Technology, Human Resources, and Finance for Ambassador Enterprises, Fort Wayne, IN (current)
Leader of Strategic Training for Ambassador Enterprises, Fort Wayne, IN
Leader of The Summit Educational Collaboration, Fort Wayne, IN
Leader of Domestic Non-Profit Investments, Ambassador Enterprises, Fort Wayne, IN
Director of Athletics, Davis College, Binghamton, NY
Director of Financial Aid, Davis College, Binghamton, NY
Vice-President of Production and Finance (Manufacturers of trading cards and memorabilia): Collector's Club, Inc., Scranton, PA

Publications & Presentations
“Problem Solving for Christian Higher Education Executive Teams and Boards,” April 2, 2013: Delivered to higher education leaders and board members, Clearwater, FL. 
“Method for Achieving Progress,” November 28-29, 2012: Seminar for business leadership teams. Nashville, TN. 
“Strategic Planning,” November 28-29, 2012: Seminar for business leadership teams. Nashville, TN. 
“Z Process Problem Solving,” November 28-29, 2012: Seminar for business leadership teams. Nashville, TN. 
“Formulating a Business Plan,” January 4-9, 2010: Five day seminar delivered to high school students in conjunction with local business leaders. Auburn, IN. 
“What Men Should Be,” January 7-8,2008: Seminar delivered to separate groups of young men and young ladies at Lakewood Park Schools, Auburn, IN.
“Introduction to Psychological Treatment,” January 31, 2007. Delivered to psychology students at Lakewood Park Schools, Auburn, IN. 
“A Philosophy of Rules,” August 17, 2003: Delivered to the teachers and parents at Lakewood Park Schools, Auburn, IN. 
Carman, R. (2001). Surviving and thriving in crisis” Touchstone,15, 10-11. 
“Crisis Counseling,” October 6, 2001: Seminar delivered at Davis College Annual Alumni Conference, Binghamton, NY 
“Education and the Christian Family,” Fall, 2001: Delivered to students at Davis College, Binghamton, NY 
“Working Families: A Biblical and Relevant Approach,” Fall, 2001: In conjunction with Rebecca Carman. Delivered to students at Davis College, Binghamton, NY 
“Equipping Staff to Guide Students through Crisis,” January 15, 2002: Delivered to the steering committee of the 2000 Cohort of the 21st Century Learning Centers at the Board of Cooperative Education, Johnson City, NY 
“Impromptu Speaking,” Spring, 2002, Winter, 2003: Delivered to public speaking students at the Vestal Central High School, Vestal, NY

Recognition
Inducted in to the Chi Sigma Iota Professional Honor Society for academic and professional excellence in counseling
Alpha Epsilon Lambda, an honor society for scholarship, character and leadership
Awarded the Haggerty Medal for excellence in counselor education, Marywood University, the highest academic award for a graduate of the counseling department
Graduated at the top of the class for doctoral studies program and chosen to speak to graduates at the graduation ceremonies

Membership in Academic Organizations
Chi Sigma Iotal Professional Honor Society for academic and professional excellence in counseling
Alpha Epsilon Lambda, an honor society for scholarship, character and leadership