Assistant Professor, Education
- Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University
- M.A., DePaul University
- B.S., Elmhurst College
- The First Year College Experience: Identity, Leadership & Culture, Kendall Hunt, 2018 (in progress)
- Broken Promises, “Disciplining the Colonized: What’s the Matter with Black Lives?” Rowman and Littlefield, 2017 (forthcoming).
- The Assault on Communities of Color, “New Freedom School Movement,” Rowman and Littlefield, 2015.
- Women Moving Forward Volume Two: An Intersectional Lens for a Tapestry of Diverse Voices, “The Constraints of Men Adopting a Feminist Paradigm,” Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.
The intersections of knowledge production, intersectional identity constructs, social consciousness and community action are key areas of interest for Dr. Carter. His work explores a wide range of theory and methods from a variety of fields of inquiry and forms of political action.
- Higher Education and Social Change
- Black Students at Hispanic Serving Institutions
- Leadership and Culture
- Feminism and Men of Color
- Student Success; Access, Matriculation, and Graduation
- Cultural Competencies and Professional Practices
- Student Activism and the College Campus
- Indigenous Forms of Leadership and Knowledge Production
Classes Taught at La Verne
- Leadership Across Culture, Building Bridges (Undergraduate)
- The Black Experience in America (Undergraduate)
- The Art of Leadership and Social Change (Graduate)
- The Student Characteristics, Learning and Culture (Graduate)
- Assessment, Evaluation, Research & Grants (Graduate)
- Law, Policy, Safety and Restorative Justice (Graduate)