Director of Evaluation
Carrie has over ten years of experience in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and evaluation. Before joining the school of medicine, she served as a curriculum developer and program director for a nonprofit organization. In this capacity, she supervised the development and implementation of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education programs for K-12 students, teachers, and administrators. In addition, she presented at numerous conferences, designed and delivered professional development programs for educators, and managed grant funds for education initiatives in West Virginia and Pennsylvania public schools. Carrie holds a B.S. in Biology, a M.A. in Science Education, and is currently working on her Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on curriculum evaluation and education research and assessment. As Director of Evaluation for the West Virginia University School of Medicine, Carrie’s responsibilities include managing the ongoing evaluation initiatives that ensure achievement of the educational goals and objectives of the Department of Medical Education. She also serves on several committees, including the Curriculum Committee and Assessment Subcommittee. Her research interests include the use of technology to enhance the evaluation of teaching and learning in medical education, with a current focus on the use of digital portfolios as competency-based assessment tools.