Dr. Karlyn Barilovits, dean of the College of Management and Technology, will discuss Walden’s 50 years of experience in providing distance education to working professionals. She will also highlight the accomplishments of Walden’s exceptional faculty, who draw on real-world experience as well as their online teaching expertise. Dr. Josh Bass, doctoral success coach, will continue the conversation by talking about the doctoral student experience at Walden, including information on residency and an overview of the comprehensive student support services and resources Walden offers.
Dr. Karlyn Barilovits is dean of the College of Management and Technology. She has been with Walden since 2010 and has served as program director for the Doctor of Information Technology program and associate dean for the School of Information Systems and Technology. She holds a PhD in Computer Science from The University of Tennessee, an MS in Computer Science from Clemson University, and a BS in Computer Information Systems from the University of North Carolina Asheville. Dr. Barilovits has taught at campus-based universities for 16 years and has been in teaching and administration online for 15 years.
Dr. Josh Bass has worked at Walden University for nine years, serving as an enrollment advisor, student success coach, academic advisor, doctoral specialist, and contributing faculty member and qualitative methodologist for The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership and the College of Health Sciences. He earned his bachelor’s in history from Washington & Jefferson College, his MS in Higher Education from Walden University, and his Doctor of Education (EdD) from Northeastern University. Dr. Bass is also a reviewer for the Journal of Educational Research and Practice.