Carrie Shaver directs and coordinates regional healthcare education navigation strategies aligning current education and employment opportunities with the healthcare sector, establishing long-term and employment in Southeast Indiana.Professor Shaver also directs the Community Health Advocacy Bachelors of Science degree.
Doctor of Health Administration, Central Michigan University, expected graduation of May 2021
Master of Nursing- 'Healthcare Leadership with a Focus in Education'
Bachelor of Arts in Communication, with Honors, University of Michigan
- Certification in developmental disabilities nursing
- Vice-President of the Indiana Development Disabilities Nursing Association
- Chair of the Regional Medical Institutional Review Board
- Member of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society, American Nurses Association, Indiana State Nurses Association, Southeast Indiana Organization of Nurse Executives, the National League of Nursing, and the National Developmental Disability Nurses Association
Awards & Activities
- Employee of the Month, May, IUPUC, 2015.
- Employee of the Month, January, IUPUC, 2014.
- Nominee. Student Coordinator of the Year, South Central Regional Office of the Twenty-first Century Scholars, Indiana University, 2010.
- Recipient. All University Graduate Teaching Effectiveness Award, Western Michigan University, 2008.
- Recipient. School of Communication Graduate Teaching Effectiveness Award, Western Michigan University, 2008.
- Nominee. School of Communication Graduate Student Research and Creative Activities Award, Western Michigan University, 2008.
- Recipient. Top Four Paper, Communication Education division of CSCA, 2008.
- Designee. Teaching Associate Mentor, Western Michigan University, 2007.
- Recipient. FairWinder Pin, Girl Scouts Fair Winds Council, 2004.