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Carol Ann Baily

Adjunct Professor of French and Educational Leadership

Middle Tennessee State University

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Middle Tennessee State University

1301 E Main St

Murfreesboro, Tennessee,37132

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1911 as one of three state normal schools for teacher training, Middle Tennessee State University is one of the oldest and largest undergraduate universities in the state of Tennessee. With a fall enrollment averaging more than 22,000 students for t...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Nashville Academy of Reflexology


Conversational French Classes for Adults

Aventures en France


Position In Veterans Memorial Project

WMOT


French Tutor

Alliance Française de Nashville


Affiliations

Tennessee Reflexology Association

Tennessee Reflexology Association School Member


People's Branch Theatre

Board Member


Association of Nontraditional Students

Charter Member


Education

Master's degree

French

Vanderbilt University


bachelor's

French and German

Florida Presbyterian College


doctorate

Higher Education Administration

Vanderbilt University


Web References(27 Total References)


The Record, February 23, 2004, V12.15

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Dr. Baily receives King-Hampton Award
Dr. Baily receives King-Hampton Award for improving status of women The Association of Faculty and Administrative Women and the June Anderson Women's Center (JAWC) have honored Dr. Carol Ann Baily with the King-Hampton Award. Baily has been the director of the Adult Services Center since its inception in June 1993, when she also began her service as faculty adviser of Older Wiser Learners and Pinnacle, the honor society for non-traditional students. From January to September 2003, Baily filled a vital role as interim director of the JAWC following the retirement of Dr. Candace Rosovsky. Baily helped organize the first Southern Girls Rock 'n' Roll Camp. An instructor of University 101 and elementary French courses at MTSU, Baily earned her bachelor's in French and German at Florida Presbyterian College, now Eckerd College, in St. Petersburg. She received both her master's degree in French and her doctorate in higher education administration from Vanderbilt University. At MTSU, Baily has served as chairwoman of the President's Commission on the Status of Women and a task force on intergenerational care. She chairs the Adult Learners' Commission of the National Academic Advancement Association and was a charter member of the Association of Nontraditional Students in Higher Education.


www.nashvilleparent.com

The very first step to take, says Carol Ann Baily, director of MTSU's Adult Services Center, is to "call the admissions office and ask them to mail you a catalog and schedule book.
Baily suggests that adults returning to college "really need to shop around" at area schools, "because programs at each school differ. You need to go through the application process to find out if they have the program that interests you and to figure out how it fits into your schedule." The main concern of most adults returning to school, says Baily, is that they won't fit in. "They think everybody on the campus is 18 years old, but they aren't," she says.


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Dr. Carol Ann Bailey


People's Branch Theatre | Staff & Board

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Dr. Carol Ann Baily
Dr. Carol Ann Baily serves as the Director of Off-Campus Student Services at MTSU and teaches conversational French to adults in evening classes. A Florida native, she holds both a Master's degree in French and a doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Vanderbilt University. She has been active in theatre since high school and directed two French plays at Vanderbilt while in graduate school. She has previously worked with Circle Theatre and Ensemble Theatre in Nashville before coming to PBT's Board.


www.knoxnews.com

Carol Ann Baily, director of the Office of Off-campus Student Services at Middle Tennessee State University, testified on Glen's behalf.
Baily rents a room to Glen to allow Glen to be closer to the UT Nashville campus. "I'm here because I think this case is an injustice," Baily said.


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