Name: Carole Wylie Hancock
Title: Associate Professor
Education: Nineteenth Century women leaders, African American women teachers, reading education, integrated arts in education
Research Interests: Teacher leadership; educator burnout; undergraduate leadership education; the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards; nonprofit organizational capacity.
Recent Publications: “Eminently Qualified” in African American Women Educators, Ed. Karen Johnson and Abul Petri, 2014.
Courses (Fall 2014): Principles of Education (FYE), Foundations of Reading Instruction, Principles of Phonics Instruction, Instructional Strategies for Early Childhood Reading Across the Curriculum.
Courses (Spring 2015): Adolescent Literature, Integrated Arts, Foundations of Reading Instruction, Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Difficulties.
Phone: (740) 376-4797
What can a student expect when taking one of your classes?
To read, work hard and have fun.
What excites you about teaching at Marietta College?
The excitement and satisfaction of teaching and learning with such bright, enthusiastic students.
When you aren’t teaching, what other activities do you enjoy?
Attending MC athletic and music events, cross stitching, and working with my antique postcards/booth at The Antique Gallery.
Do you prefer flipping through the pages of a book or an e-book?
I love flipping the pages of a book, especially children’s literature, because the experience is richer.
What is your favorite location on campus and why?
The Anderson Hancock Planetarium because it is a source of wonder and inspiration, the Phi Beta Kappa clock because it is a great place to meet people, and the Dyson Baudo Recreation Center so that I can work on staying fit and healthy.
What is your favorite Marietta College event?
Graduation. It is both sad and happy. It allows us to reflect on the successes of our students while having to say good-bye.