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


Career ProfileVisiting 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.