Clovia Hamilton teaches courses including law and ethics, AI ethics, smart cities (i.e. technology in the city including the impact of artificial intelligence on society), and industrial engineering operations management.
Clovia Hamilton began to teach college students in 2003 as an Assistant Professor at East Carolina University. After a decade of consulting, Clovia went to the University of TN to earn her PhD.
From January 2018 to January 2020, Dr. Clovia Hamilton served as a tenure track Assistant Professor of Management at Winthrop University. From February 2020 to June 2022, Dr. Hamilton served as a tenure track Assistant Professor in the Technology and Society Department of SUNY Korea located in Songdo Incheon South Korea near the Incheon Airport (a one hour drive from Seoul).
Dr. Hamilton currently teaches ethics in diversity organizations at the prestigious Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
Clovia Hamilton teaches courses that emphasize active learning with class exercises, real world experiential team projects, evidence based writing and debates with discussions including required cited research. She has also taught law and ethics using the socratic process. Undergraduate research topics align with Dr. Hamilton’s research.
Dr. Hamilton has 13 years of experience teaching college students using brick and mortar, online (using eCollege and Blackboard), and hybrid formats .. and hits the ground running!!
- Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Faculty, 2022-
- SUNY Korea, Assistant Professor, tenure track, 2020-2022
- Winthrop University, Assistant Professor, tenure track, 2018-2019
- University of TN Knoxville, Teaching Assistant, Intro to Engineering Statistics, 2016
- Business Law, Engineering Law and Ethics professor for 10 years!
- SUNY Korea
- Winthrop University
- University of TN Space Institute
- Park University MBA Program
- Atlanta Metropolitan State College
- Strayer University
- Mercer University
- Clark Atlanta University
- Government Contracting and Small Business Development Instructor & Business Counselor
- Georgia Tech
- Zoning and Land Use Law, Assistant Professor, tenure track, 2003-2004
- East Carolina University
Dr. Hamilton treats college students like adults and motivates them to take becoming career professionals seriously. She emphasizes the importance of ethics, soft skills and sound quantitative skills. Students have commented that they enjoy class discussions and opportunities to take the lead on crafting arguments and speaking their minds!
Clovia’s CV, teaching evaluations and teaching statement are available upon request!!