Nicole Carter, Ph.D

Curriculum Vitae

 

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D. in Educational Studies, August 2015, Eastern Michigan University

M.A. in Women’s and Gender Studies, 2010, Eastern Michigan University

Graduate Certificate in African American Studies, 2010, Eastern Michigan University 

M.A. in English, 2007, Marygrove College

B.A. in Business Administration, 2005, Marygrove College

CERTIFICATIONS

Holistic Wellness Practitioner (Ongoing)

 

 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

 

Director, Women’s Center, Wright State University, 2015-Present

 

Adjunct Faculty, Student Affairs and Higher Education, Wright State University, 2018

•    Graduate Course: 

o    SAA 7630, “Diversity Issues in Higher Education”

Faculty, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, Wright State University, 2015-Present

•    Undergraduate Course:

o    WGS 2000, “Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies”

o    WGS 3700, “Research Methods in Liberal Arts (Hybrid)”

o    WGS 4500, “Black Feminisms” (Undergraduate and Graduate)

Adjunct Faculty, African and African American Studies, Wright State University

•    Undergraduate Course: 

o    AFS 2000, “Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies” (Lecture and Online)

Facilitator, University College, Wright State University, 2015-Present

•    Undergraduate Course:

o    UVC 1010, “Black Women in Leadership”

Lecturer, Department of Teacher Education, Eastern Michigan University, 2013-Present 

o    Undergraduate Course:

o    SOFD 328, “Diverse & Democratic Schools” Graduate Courses:

o    SOFD 580, “Sociology of Education”

o    SOFD 587, “Readings in Sociology of Education”

Lecturer, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, Eastern Michigan University, 2011-2014 

o    Undergraduate Course:

o    WGST 200, “Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies”

Instructional Internship, Department of Teacher Education, Eastern Michigan University, 2012 

o    Graduate Course:

o    SOFD 580, “Sociology of Education”

Teaching Assistantship, Department of Teacher Education, Eastern Michigan University, 2011 

o    Undergraduate Course:

o    SOFD 328, “Diverse & Democratic Schools”

Teaching Assistantship, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, Eastern Michigan University, 2010 

o    Undergraduate Course:

o    WGST 200, “Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies”

 

UNIVERSITY, COMMUNITY, AND NATIONAL SERVICE (Abbreviated List)

 

University Service

Chair, President’s HERS Summer Institutes Selection Committee, WSU, 2015-Present

Member, Race and Social Justice Advisory Committee, WSU, 2018

Member, University Diversity Advisory Committee, WSU, 2018

Member, Bias Incident Reporting Taskforce, WSU, 2018

Member, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program Advisory Council, WSU, 2015-Present

Member, African and African American Studies Program Advisory Council, WSU, 2015-Present

Member, Office of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer and Allies Advisory Council, WSU, 2015-Present

Member, Gender Based Violence and Harassment Implementation Committee, WSU, 2015-2017

Member, Wellness Committee through Counseling and Wellness, WSU, 2015-Present

Member, Disabilities and Sexualities Conference Planning Committee, WSU, 2015-Present

Member, Race, Class, Gender, and Sexualities Symposium Committee, WSU, 2015-2017

Member, Women’s History Month Scholar-In-Residence Selection Committee, WSU, 2015-2017

 

Community Service

Chair, SOCHE Wo/mxn Center Committee, 2017-Present

Vice Chair, SOCHE Wo/mxn Center Committee, 2016-Present

Member, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Dayton Alumnae Chapter, 2017-Present

Member, Women’s Leadership Collaborative of Greater Dayton, 2015-Present

Chair, Education Committee for the Women in Motion, Dayton Contemporary Dance Company Women’s Conference, 2015-2016

 

National Service

Chair, Feminism and Activism Interest Group of the National Women’s Studies Association, 2012-Present

Co-Chair, Women’s Centers Constituency Group, and the Women’s Centers Pre-Conference Planning Committee for the National Women’s Studies Association, 2015-2017

 

 

KEYNOTES, PAPER PRESENTATIONS, AND PUBLICATIONS

 

Keynotes & Presentations

 

Wellness as a Mechanism for Retaining Faculty of Color, Faculty Equity Fellows Presentation, Wright State University, June 2017

 

“Fiber Arts as Self-Care”, Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Annual Knitting Show, Wright State University, January 2017 

 

“Radical Acts: Self-Care at the Intersections”, School of Professional Psychology, Wright State University, December 2016 

 

“Black Women Knitting for Change: The Relationship between Knitting and Black Feminist Theory”, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Annual Knitting Show, Wright State University, January 2016, 

 

“My Feminism Will Be Intersectional or It Will Be Bull****”, Graduate Conference, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Eastern Michigan University, December 2015

 

“Reframing Failure”, Early College Graduation, Lansing Community College, September 2015

 

“Navigating Higher Education After “Failure””, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated Scholarship Ball, Eastern Michigan University, October, 2014

 

Paper Presentations

 

Radical Acts: Centering Self-Care and Self-Preservation in Women’s Center Work, National Women’s Studies Association, 2017

 

Will the Real Professor Please Stand Up: Black Women Educators in White Feminist and Black Patriarchal Academic Spaces, National Women’s Studies Association, 2017

 

 

“Ain't I A Woman: Black Women as Decolonial Subjects in Women's Centers”, Paper Presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Montreal, Quebec, 2016

 

“Black Women's Public Performance as Decolonial Remembering”, Paper Presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Montreal, Quebec, 2016

 

“Eradicating the Binary of Love and Anger”, Paper Presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2015

 

“What’s (Self) Love Got to Do with It?”, Paper Presented at the American Educational Studies Conference, San Antonio, Texas, 2015

 

"Seeking a Now That Can Breed Futures": Intergenerational Learning, Black Female Activism, and

Survival,” Paper presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2014

 

“Embodying Solidarity: Education as a Form of Intersectional Embodiment,” Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Conference, Toronto, Canada, 2014

 

“Revisiting the Grae’s: On Jean Grae, Female Performativity, and Hip Hop Culture,” Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Conference, Toronto, Canada, 2014

 

“I Know I’m Wrong and Right…I’m the Dark and Light”: Using Hip Hop to Explore the Contradictory Past, Present, and Future of Black Feminist Thought.” Paper presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2013

 

“Reimagining Utopia: Intersectionality, African American Youth Activism, and the Utopian

Impulse,” Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, San Francisco, California, 2013

 

“Healing Our Hidden Wounds: On Conversation, Memory, and Black Female Wisdom,” Paper presented at the American Educational Studies Association Conference, Seattle, Washington, November, 2012

 

“Examining Black Female Youth Activism through a Critical Race Feminist Lens,” Paper presented at the Critical Race Studies in Education Association Annual Conference, Harlem, New York, 2012

 

“Meaning Making, Knowledge Construction, and Reflection by Black Female Youth Activists,” Paper 

presented at the 8th Annual International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champagne, Illinois 2012

 

“From Public Pedagogies of Fear to a Pedagogy of Solidarities,” Paper co-presented at the American Educational Studies Association Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, November 2011

 

“‘To put your body where your poems are’: Performing Black Feminist Engaged Pedagogy,” Paper presented at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Denver, Colorado, 2010

 

Publications

Carter, N. A. Critical Race Feminism: An Educational Perspective. Powerplay: A Journal of Educational Justice, 4(1): 249-61, 2012.

 

Carter, N. A. Revolution, Art, and the Permanence of Activism: A Conversation with Suzanne Lacy. Powerplay: A Journal of Educational Justice: 304-14, 4(2), 2012.

 

 

ART EXIBITIONS

 

“Finding Our Mothers Gardens: An Artistic Narrative of Coming to Consciousness,” Eco-Justice and Education Conference-Exhibit, Ypsilanti, MI, 2015

“Say What!” Women Exhibit, Detroit Contemporary-Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit, Detroit, MI 

2014

“Class,” Women Exhibit, Detroit Contemporary-Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit, Detroit, MI, 2014 Multiple Works, Ongoing Exhibition, 5e Gallery, Detroit, MI, 2013-2014

Multiple Works, the Garden Party, Detroit Artist Market, Detroit, MI 2013 

 

AWARDS

Outstanding Collaboration in First Year Seminar, University College, Wright State University, 2017

John Lewis Award, NAACP, Wright State University, 2017

Outstanding Faculty Dedication to First Year Seminar, University College, Wright State University, 2016

Phenomenal Woman Award, Kappa Alpha Psi, Wright State University, 2016

Daytonian of the Week, Dayton Daily News, March 2016

University Fellow, Eastern Michigan University, 2014-Present

King Chavez Parks Future Faculty Fellow, Eastern Michigan University, 2011-Present 

Women of Excellence Award, Eastern Michigan University, 2011

Evans Strand Diversity Award, Eastern Michigan University, 2011

Distinguished Leader Scholarship, Eastern Michigan University, 2010 

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