Dr. Shaun Scott
Hi, I'm Shaun.
I am happy to be teaching Computer Science at Carroll College.
I worked in IT for 11 years as a network manager and systems analyst before I started teaching Computer Science classes at the undergrad level (MIS, Systems Analysis, Databases. etc.). I finished my BS in Business prior to my IT work. After I started teaching I continued my education with a masters then a doctoral degree in education where my focus was Instructional Technology. In addition to Computer Science, over the years I have taught undergraduate Economics onsite and graduate level Learning Design and Instructional Technology courses online for a variety of educational institutions.
I enjoy running, hiking, snow shoeing, snow boarding, mostly I just really enjoy winter outdoor activities. I have 4 children, two girls, 26 (LPN & Veteran) and 24 (working on Masters in DC), and two boys, 15, and 14 (both are in Cross Country and Band/Music). We also have a few acres with chickens, ducks, dogs, garden, orchard, and I let a friend's horses graze the pasture.
I am on our local school board serving with two years as Chair (we have about 650 K-12 students). I'm glad I have an opportunity to contribute to my boys' education.
I think most rewarding is simply helping students become successful!
Dr. Grant Hokit
Associate Professor of Biology
Ph.D. Oregon State University,
B.S. Colorado State University
Areas of Interest: Ecology, Herpetology
Courses Taught: Biological Principles, Ecology, Comparative Anatomy
"Beyond academics, the students at Carroll are top quality people… better than any other place I’ve taught before.
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Assistant Professor, earned is MS in Computer Science at Montana State University and is Cisco Instructor certified. His academic interests are in computer networks and security. He also enjoys the outdoors, skiing, hiking, music and good food.
Courses Taught: Business Applications, Computer Networking I and II, Computer and Network Security, Software Engineering, and Operating Systems
Dr. Jamie Dolan
Assistant Professor of Sociology
PhD in Sociology 2009 University of Arizona
MA in Sociology 2004 University of Arizona
BA 2002 in Sociology and French Carroll College
"Carroll is a very special place where students really have unforgettable learning, spiritual and social experiences. I am an alumnus, and I returned to Carroll in part because I wanted to help create and support those amazing experiences I had for current students."