Carla White Ellis, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at Johnson & Wales University
Carla White Ellis, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at Johnson & Wales University. Dr. White Ellis has taught both state-side and abroad, at both the community college and university levels, and in both face-to-face and online classrooms. She has a B.A. in Humanities, M.A. in Adult Education, and Ph.D. in Adult and Postsecondary Education. She is also a Certified Faculty Developer (CFD). Her research focuses on transformational and self-directed learning, assessment and multicultural education. She has presented at regional and national conferences on these various interests. Dr. White Ellis is currently researching the teaching methodologies for understanding and teaching millennials within the college classroom.
Fine Lines Publishing – Special Editor, Present
Feeding the Needy – Johnson and Wales University, Providence, RI
RIRAL – Pawtucket, RI; Mentor, Present
Cross Cultural Solutions – Lima, Peru; Mother Teresa’s Home for the Dying and Destitute, July 2008
Crossroads, Providence, RI – Book Club Leader, September 2007-June 2008
- Ph.D., Post Secondary and Adult Education | Capella University
- M.A., Post Secondary and Adult Education | University of Rhode Island
- B.A., Humanities (Concentration: Literature; Focus: Elementary Education) | Wheelock College