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Master of Arts in Wellness Management & Gerontology, Ball State University

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, Albion College

Caroline Carter

Behavioral Scientist

Why I Choose to Work at Academic Innovation

I was drawn to Academic Innovation because of the multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach to the work. I believe that when you have a team of people who approach problems from different perspectives, you can come up with better and more impactful solutions. It’s exciting to be part of a team that’s shaping the future of personalized education.

Current Roles/Previous Experience

Caroline incorporates behavior change concepts into projects at Academic Innovation. She applies theory, research, communication techniques, and technology to improve the habits of students who use the digital tools and platforms developed within Academic Innovation.

Before joining Academic Innovation, Caroline worked at the U-M Center for Health Communications Research, Department of Psychiatry, and MHealthy.

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  • Motivational Interviewing
  • tailoring
  • plain language
  • tobacco cessation counseling
  • jewelry-making