DOTHAN - Dr. Carmen C. Lewis has been named Assistant Dean for Administration for Troy University's Sorrell College of Business on the Dothan Campus.
Dr. Lewis has been a member of the Troy University faculty since 2009. Prior to joining the TROY faculty, she served as a graduate student teacher at Florida State University from 2005 to 2009, and as a programmer/integration analyst with Southeast Alabama Medical Center from 2002 to 2005.
"Dr. Lewis is a resident of Dothan with true passion for this community," said Dr. Judson Edwards, Dean of the Sorrell College of Business. "As a faculty member, she excelled in advising, student support and external engagement with the business community. The combination of her local connections and professional skills creates the unique qualities needed to make a significant impact in her new leadership role. I have no doubt she will do a great job."
Dr. Lewis has many presentations and articles to her credit, including published works in such scholarly journals as "Computers in Human Behavior, Accounting and Finance Research," "International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics," the "Journal of Management Development," the "American Journal of Management" and the "International Journal of Human Resource Management." She received the Best Paper Award from the Association for Information Systems in June and received the Sorrell College of Business' Faculty Research Award in 2014.
"Although I have worked at Troy University's Phenix City campus for the past six years, Dothan has always been my place of residence," Dr. Lewis said. "Being a road warrior has always been tightly integrated with who I am, whether it was driving to Tallahassee while working on my Ph.D. or traveling to work at Troy University's Phenix City campus. So, it's thrilling to be back home in my lovely city of Dothan."
Dr. Lewis said she takes joy in helping students fulfill their goals.
"It's a pleasure to work at Troy University knowing that what I do helps to make a difference in the lives of the people in our community," she said. "Helping students succeed in reaching their goals of higher education and assisting with positioning them on a path of career advancement that might not have otherwise been possible brings me great joy. I look forward to serving our students at Dothan campus and speaking with local businesses to assess the needs of the community."
Dr. Lewis earned her bachelor's degree from Florida State University, a Master of Business Administration from TROY and her Ph.D. from Florida State.