Carmelita Lamb






Professional Preparation

North Dakota State University Institutional Analysis/Adult Occupational Education Ph.D 2009


University of Mary Associate Dean, Liffrig Family School of Education and Behavioral Sciences, 2016-present

University of Mary Department Chair Graduate and Distance Education, 2014-2016


Lamb, C. (2016). Struggle and Success: The state of teacher education at tribal colleges and universities. Tribal College Journal 27(3).

Lamb, C. (2017). Teacher Education at Tribal Colleges and Universities: A Talking Circle of department chairs and education warriors. In: E. Petchauer Editor, Teacher Education at Minority Serving Institutions: Programs, Policies, and Social Justice.  Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Lamb, C. (2015, May 2). Tribal college governance. [Review of the book Success Academy: How Native American students prepare for college (and how colleges can prepare for them), by M. Benton Lee]. Tribal College Journal 26(4).


Synergistic Activities

Member of Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED)

Under Sponsored Programs:

Professional Development for Advanced Education-U.S. Department of Indian Education (2016-2020)

Professional Development for Elementary Education-U.S. Office of Indian Education (2011-2014)