Kim E. Carr

Kim E. Carr

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Kim E. Carr
Associate Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Communication & Sport Studies
Office: M227
(716) 880-2333

About Kim E. Carr

Kim Carr joined the Medaille College faculty in 1992. Prior to that, she earned a B.A. in history from the State University College at Buffalo and immediately thereafter earned her J.D. from the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School.

After working for the law firm of John Papsidiero, she turned her attention toward the criminal justice system and teaching. As a faculty member at Medaille, she spearheaded the development of the criminal justice degree program and teaches primarily criminal law and criminal procedure law.

In addition to her teaching duties, her current endeavors include further curriculum development in the criminal justice degree program. Additionally, she has expanded her attention to include teaching in the inter-disciplinary studies department, learning assessment within that program and participating in a new mentoring program for incoming freshmen.

Kim has served on numerous committees for the College including the Promotion and Tenure Committee and the Grievance Committee. Her favorite honor is having been invited on several occasions by student honorees to attend with them and their families the TRIO Honors Convocation.


B.A., State University of New York College at Buffalo
J.D., University at Buffalo, The State University of New York