Carrie Baldwin

 Carrie Baldwin

Carrie M. Baldwin

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Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Mathematics

Professor of Economics at New Mexico State University at Alamogordo
Higher Education
Colorado Springs, Colorado Area
Detail oriented individual, who enjoys engaging and educating undergraduate students in economics, mathematics, finance and statistics. A highly qualified, and dedicated online instructor with more than 13 years of online teaching experience across multiple learning management systems.

Certified Quality Matters Master Reviewer who has developed 10 different online courses in economics & mathematics disciplines, and had 5 different online courses go through the external Quality Matters Review process and meet the rigorous standards set by Quality Matters.


  • University of Phoenix

    Online Adjunct Instructor

    Taught courses in Economics, Mathematics, Management, & College Success.

    Courses taught:

    MAT/115: Basic Mathematics
    MAT/116: Algebra 1A
    MAT/117: Algebra 1B
    MAT/205: Finite Math
    ECO/301: Economic Theory
    INB/300: International Business
    CRT/201: Critical Thinking
    HUM/111:Critical and Creative Thinking
    US/101: Introduction to University Studies

  • New Mexico State University

    Professor of Economics

    Teach courses in Economics, Mathematics, Management, College Success & Statistics.

    Developed and taught the courses for on-line instruction via WebCT, Blackboard & Canvas.

    Researched, developed, and taught courses on College Success.

    Courses taught and/or currently teaching:
    BUSA 111: Introduction to Business (on-line)
    COLL 101: College & Life Success (on-site)
    CCDM 103: Pre-Algebra (on-site)
    CCDM 112: Developmental Algebra I (on-site)
    CCDM 113: Developmental Algebra II (on-site)
    CCDM 114: Algebra (on-site, on-line, and hybrid)
    ECON 201: Introduction to Economics (on-site, on-line, and hybrid)
    ECON 251: Principles of Macroeconomics (on-site, on-line, and hybrid)
    ECON 252: Principles of Microeconomics (on-site, on-line, and hybrid)
    FIN 206: Introduction to Finance
    MATH 120: Intermediate Algebra (on-site, on-line, and hybrid)
    MATH 121: College Algebra (on-site & hybrid)
    MGMT 201: Introduction to Management (on-line)
    OEBU 112: Principles of Banking (on-line)
    OEBU 216: Business Mathematics (on-site)
    STAT 251: Statistics for Business and Behavioral Sciences (on-site, on-line

    Courses designed and met Quality Matters review standards:
    CCDM 114, ECON 201, ECON 251, ECON 252, MATH 120

  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

    Online Adjunct Instructor

    Teach courses in Economics, Mathematics, & Statistics.

    Courses taught and/or teaching:
    ECON 210: Microeconomics
    ECON 211: Macroeconomics
    ECON 225: Engineering Economics
    ECON 315: Managerial Economics
    GNED 103: Basic Mathematics
    MATH 106: Basic Algebra and Trigonometry
    MATH 111: College Mathematics for Aviation I
    MATH 112: College Mathematics for Aviation II
    MATH 211: Statistics with Aviation Applications
    MATH 222: Business Statistics

  • United States Army Reserve

    Unit Supply Specialist (92Y) and Civil Affairs Specialist (38A)

    Received, inspected, inventoried, loaded, unloaded, segregated, stored, issued, delivered and turned-in organization and installation supplies and equipment.

    Prepared all unit/organizational supply documents.

    Maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment.

    Issued and received small arms. Secured and controlled weapons and ammunition in security areas.

    Scheduled and performed preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.

    Reviewed and annotated changes to unit material condition status report.

    Posted transactions to organizational and installation property books and supporting transaction files.

    Trained and maintained proficiency in all major duties.

    Coordinated civil affairs related products and actions supporting functional specialty missions.

    Helped plan U.S. government interagency procedures for national or regional emergencies.

    Assisted with civil-military planning and support.

    Coordinated military resources to support reconstitution and reconstruction activities.

    Supported national disaster, defense or emergency assistance and response activities.

    Established mechanisms for emergency coordination and administration where political-economic structures have been incapacitated.

  • Syracuse University - Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

    Research Associate for the Tax Study Commission, New York State Assembly

    Worked with Dr. Douglas Holtz-Eakin

    Understood and maintained all New York State and Federal income tax forms for use in study.

    Used SAS to create statistical programs that calculate State and Federal Tax data for New York State for 1997 data. Updated these programs for use with 2000 data, and the new tax forms.

    Calculated tax incidence statistics for use in a publication about New York State’s Tax Program.

    Wrote and presented publication on New York State’s Tax Program.


  • Wells College

    Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

    Economics, Management and Mathematics
    Graduated with Distinction in Economics

  • Syracuse University - Maxwell School

    Master of Arts (M.A.)

    Awarded Graduate Assistantship and Tuition Scholarship, 2000 - 2002 Concentration in Econometrics (statistics based economics)





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