College of Management and Technology
School of Management
Dr Carol Wells is an active dedicated faculty member. She is dedicated to student research and facilitation of processes in the study of business, management, education, methodology processes and business process psychology. Her specialist work has been notable in the development of Program Management, professional success skills for women, and in international management/administration. Accomplishments include international: Poland, Europe, Asia - Thailand and Vietnam and over a quarter of a century of work as a doctoral chair in process management resulting in accomplished doctoral credential bearing managers and leaders working world wide. In Walden, Dr Wells has been a lead in the area of advanced qualitative and quantitative methodology for a period of 5 years, a URR, a teacher of methodology in the areas of qualitative and quantitative methodologies, a Chair of dissertations , and a second committee member.
MGNT 9000 - Doctoral Dissertation
RSCH 8450 - Advanced Mixed Methods Reasoning & Analysis
PhD, University of Connecticut
DpED, University of Connecticut
MA, Rutgers University
BS, University of Bridgeport
International Museums, Guest Speaker - International
Environmental Protection, Researcher - California
Environmental Protection, Volunteer - California
Awards / Honors
Albert Nelson Award for Professional Accomplishment, 2018
Dana Scholar 4th Award, 1963
Dana Scholar 3rd Award, 1962
Dana Scholar 2nd Award, 1961
Dana Scholar, 1960
Wells, C. M. (2018). Virtual Leadership in Complex Multiorganizational Research-and-Development Program.
Wells, C. (2017). Corporate papers, training manuals and publications – company private government compliance.
Wells, C. M. (2017). LYNA Response to the Mitigated Negative Declaration .
Wells, C. M. (2015). Synaesthetics and Synaesthesia. Poland, Government System .
Wells, C. M. (2014). Synaesthesia, Synaesthetics . SLOMA.
Wells, C. M. (2005). International Studies and Preparation for World Trade. Universities/Government Vietnam .
Wells, C. M. (2001). Principles of Learning. State Dept under Federal Grant.
Wells, C. M. (1987). Business and Commerce. 1942.