Ryan Cameron

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
B.S. Information Technology (BSIT)

Professor Ryan M. Cameron joined Walden University as a contributing faculty member in 2012. Professor Cameron or "Dr. C" as he prefers to be called, holds a master’s degree in computer information systems and a doctorate in education. His research area of interest is centered on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in higher education.

Dr. C began his career as an emerging technology lobbyist and advocate for making wireless spectrum commercially available to support innovation in global information systems (GIS). Dr. C has also worked for Fox and CBS television as a line producer, at technology start-ups, and in not-for-profit organizations before dedicating his career to information technology (IT) and education. As an IT manager, Dr. C has over 20 years of experience with IT project management, software development, quality assurance, IT service and support, client-based and enterprise-level software and hardware management. As an educator, Dr. C has been teaching information technology, management, and other courses on-ground and online for over 15 years.

Dr. C believes that anyone can reach his or her goals if they truly believe that they can. As a big proponent of having a positive attitude in all things, Dr. C feels that all challenges can be overcome and that challenges are an essential element to personal and professional success.


BA, Southern Illinois University

MS, University of Phoenix

EdD, American College of Education

Public Service

Todd Benson Scholarship for Leadership in Business and Management, Judge - Minneapolis

American Heart Association, Volunteer - Omaha

Philippine Jesuit Foundation , Volunteer -

Toys for Tots, Volunteer - Omaha


Cameron, R. M. (2019). A.I. - 101: A Primer on Using Artificial Intelligence in Education.

Cameron, R. M. (2019). Onward, Upward. Sometimes Sideways.: Empathy-Driven School Leadership in the 4th Industrial Revolution..


Cameron, R. M. (2018). Beyond The Hype Cycle. EFM Events

Cameron, R. M. (2020). Meet Gen-Z The Worlds First AI Natives. Higher Ed Social