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Biology educator

Charlotte Carter, American biology educator. Named Computer-Aided Software Engineering Professor of the State of Alabama, Council for Advancement and Support of Education, Washington, 1990.


Carter, Charlotte was born on April 7, 1943 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States. Daughter of James Lee and Erma Dorothy (Hall) Carter.


Bachelor, Miles College, 1969. Master of Science, University Tennessee, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, Purdue University, 1983.


Instructor of biology Miles College, Birmingham, 1970-1980, dean of academy affairs, 1986-1988. Research assistant Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 1980-1983. Assistant professor biology Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1983-1986, professor biology, since 1988.

Director MSIP, United States Department Education, Tuscaloosa, 1989-1991. Proposal evaluator, National Science Foundation, Washington, 1986, 87, 88, member Alabama Alliance for Minority Participation, 1991-1996.


  • Other Work

    • Editor: (monograph) Double Dilemma, 1982.


Baptism, an act of full immersion following Christ’s example, is undertaken by those spiritually mature enough to understand its profound, symbolic significance: resurrection to new life in Christ.


Manifestations religious freedom include supporting separation of church and state, advocating for people everywhere to be guaranteed the right to worship free from discrimination, and lifting up respectful dialog as a healthy means to understanding.


The strongest feature of Baptism is that ordinary people play a major role in the running of the Church.


Secretary Southeastern Issues Forum Committee, Tuscaloosa, 1990. Member American Association of University Women (women's issues chairman), National Association Biology Teachers, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, National Minority Health Affairs Association, Alpha Kappa Mu, Phi Delta Kappa.


  • Other Interests

    Walking, cooking exotic meals.


James Lee Carter

Erma Dorothy (Hall) Carter