Carole Redden

Adjunct Faculty

Biography

I began my college career at Mesa Community College and completed an AA before going to ASU. Go Devils! After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication, I began my career exploration process by asking myself what I was most passionate about. Having spent a great deal of time volunteering to help the homeless, veterans, abused and neglected children, and other groups in need, I realized that helping others, thinking critically, and talking to others about communication were all activities that added value to my life. Shortly thereafter, I decided to pursue a Master of Arts degree so that I could teach Communication classes at the college level, and help others reach their personal and professional goals.


I have worked in higher education for more 19 years as an Adjunct Faculty Member, Academic Advisor, Communicator Tutor, Department Chair, Assistant Dean, Dean, and Director of Career Services. Each of these roles has helped me learn how to support students in a in a variety of ways. My teaching experience includes many different communication classes, as well as classes in Student Success, Career & Professional Development Basic English, and Basic Computer Application at the 100, 200, 300 and 400 levels. I have taught many online, hybrid, and in-person classes.

I am honored to say that I have been teaching Communication courses for six years and serving as an Academic & Career Advisor at SCC for two years. Whether I am teaching or advising, my goal is to help students successfully reach their academic and career goals. 

Courses

Course # Class Section Semester Course Title Course Syllabus
COM100 17693 Fall 2020 Intro to Human Communication
COM100 17852 Fall 2020 Intro to Human Communication
COM100 27123 Spring 2021 Intro to Human Communication
COM100 28182 Spring 2021 Intro to Human Communication