Saint Louis University
Diana B. Carlin

Associate Vice President for Graduate Education


Member of the
SLU community
since 2011
Degree: Ph.D.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Degree: M.A.
University of Kansas
Degree: B.S. Ed.
University of Kansas
August 2007-October 2008. Dean-in-Residence & Director of International Outreach, Council of Graduate Schools, Washington, DC October 1991-September 2001. Co-owner and vice-president, Clark Publishing Co., Inc., Topeka, KS, a niche publisher of secondary textbooks in drama, journalism, communication, and debate. The company sold texts in all 50 states, Canada, and several foreign countries. It was sold to Perfection Learning Corporation, Des Moines, IA in 2001. January 1984-January 1987. Assistant to the Governor, State of Kansas. Duties included drafting speeches, assisting with press relations, and researching and writing on education issues, international trade, agricultural policy and state-federal issues.

Sheckels, T. F., Gutgold, N. D. & Carlin, D. B. (2012). Gender and the American presidency: Nine presidential women and the barriers they faced. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Carlin, D. B. (2010). Internationalizing the scholarly experience of faculty, in Johnstone, B., d'Ambrosio, M., Yakoboski, P., eds. Higher education in a global society. (Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar). 148-161.

Schnoebelen, J., Carlin, D.B., Warner, B.R. (2009). Hillary Clinton and the entrapment of the First Lady title. In Sheckels, T., ed. Cracked but not shattered: Hillary Rodham Clinton's unsuccessful campaign for the presidency. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

and Speaking 
October 9, 2008. U.S. Graduate Education: Multiple approaches and a changing landscape. International Dialogue on Education. Berlin, Germany. December 3, 2007. Organization of Graduate Schools in the U.S. Meeting of German rectors and the Institute of International Education, New York. April 24, 2007. Internationalization: It is no longer an option. Keynote address for the University of Michigan-Flint Summit on Campus Internationalization, Flint, MI.
Honors and 
Woman of Distinction Award, Emily Taylor Women’s Resource Center, University of Kansas, 2007-2008 Student Athlete Support Service Award, 2007 Kansas Speech Communication Association Hall of Fame Inaugural Class Inductee, 2006
Service: Colloquium Committee, SLU Communication Department, 2010-11 / Council of Graduate Schools: Board of Directors, 2005-2007 / Governmental Relations Advisory Committee, 2005-2007 Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools / Board of Directors, Member-at-large, 2005-2006; vice chair; 2006-07; chair-elect, 2007-08; chair, 2008-09; immediate past chair, 2009-10; outstanding thesis selection committee, 2011-present / NAFSA: Association of International Educators / Chair, Task Force on the Bologna Process and its impact on U.S. Higher Education, 2006-07
Host Family Program, Saint Louis University 2011 / SLU Freshman Book Discussion Group Leader, 2011 / Program Committee for SLU Women's Commission
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