Charles Carson, Ph.D.

Professional Title: Engineer

B.S. Engineering Sciences (with highest distinction), Purdue University, 1967
M.S. Engineering Sciences, Purdue University, 1968
M.A. Mathematics, University of New Mexico, 1972
Ph.D. Operations Research, Purdue University, 1975

Email:  Email Charles

Career Profile:  Visiting Professor of Industrial Engineering, Purdue University; Adjunct Professor, Mechanical Engineering, University of New Mexico; Deputy Director, International Security Programs Sandia National Laboratories, Nonproliferation Science Council, Department of Energy, Washington, D.C.

Volunteer/Community Service:  Volunteer Coordinator at Mesa Verde National Park; American Red Cross; Southwest Colorado Disaster Action Team Coordinator; disaster relief volunteer at New York City, October, 2001; researcher National Trust of Great Britain, 2000; youth soccer coach.

FLC Activities:  Host Family Program Steering Committee; Liaison to the Mathematics and Physics & Engineering Departments; Engineers Without Borders Advisory Panel; Professional Advisory Board for Engineering Physics Program; Orientation support; Athletic Booster Club.