Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
Gladys Arome, Ph.D., MPH.
-Public Health Analyst at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
-Contributing Faculty Member and Senior Colleague in the Ph.D. Educational Technology program for the College of Education at Walden University.
Ph.D. Educational Technology
MPH Public Health
M.S. Educational Media Technology
B. A. Drama
Dr. Arome is currently a Public Health Analyst at the Center for Global Health; Emergency Response and Recovery Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). With a background in Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response, she also worked at the State government sector for a few years as a Strategic National Stockpile Program Coordinator.
Dr. Arome began her career in TV media and moved to library media- then to higher institutions of learning of which she has had the privilege in designing instruction, teaching both face to face and online (Educational Technology Programs), and mentoring graduate students for over 20 years. As an adjunct faculty, she currently teaches classes, Chair PhD and EdD Educational Technology dissertations as well as serve on committees as a qualitative research methodologist.
She enjoys spending time with family and traveling.
EDPD 8093 - Leading Change
EDPD 8097 - Designing Instruction eLearning
RSCH 7310 - Qualitative Reasoning and Analysis
EDDD 8990 - Completing the Doctoral Capstone
EDUC 9001-9002 - Research Forum
PhD, Barry University
MPH, Barry University
Lai, F., Hofmeister, D., Arome, G. A., Chang, C. (2008). Fundamental computer skills: Integrating technology into teaching and learning.
Anyanwu, L. O., Arome, G. A., Keengwe, J. (2009). Metadata Paradigm for Global Information Technology Databases. Journal of Information Technology Management.
Lai, F., Liu, L., Kiger, S., Thacker, D., Arome, G. A. (2012). Online Peer Collaboration.
Lai, F., Huang, x, s., Arome, G. A. (2012). Designing High-Structure High-Dialogue Online Courses for Students.
Levine, J., Arome, G. A. (2011). Using Action Research for Verification That Technology Impacts Student Achievement.