Christy D. McGee, Ed.D. (email) is a Professor of Education. She taught at both the elementary and high school level before beginning her career in higher education. Before coming to Bellarmine in 2005, Dr. McGee was an associate professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Arkansas. She was also a visiting assistant professor at University of Indiana and she directed student teaching at the University of Louisville. She has published over 20 articles in her career exploring children at risk for failure, teacher education reform, student empowerment, and gifted students. She is a national consultant in the process of differentiated instruction. As an active member of the National Association for Gifted Children, she served as chair of the Division of Curriculum and Instruction, chair of the Parent and Community network, a Parent Advisory Committee member, and one of the developers of the highly popular “Mile Marker” CD. She also wrote a column for the journal Parenting for High Potential from 2011-2013.
Dr. McGee is very involved in service to the university. She has served on Faculty Council for extended terms at the University of Arkansas where she served in a variety of positions including secretary, president-elect, and president. She was also a university senator and received the College of Education and Health Sciences award for service. At Bellarmine, she has continued in that tradition by serving on a variety of committees including Rank and Tenure, Handbook Committee, President-Elect of Faculty and Faculty President.
Dr. McGee received her bachelor’s degree from Murray State University in theatre arts and communication with a minor in secondary education, her master’s degree from the University of Louisville in science education, and her doctoral degree from University of Louisville with concentrations in urban studies and science education.