Dr. Robert R. Kelley
Dr. Kelley is an assistant professor of Computer Science. He joined Bellarmine University's Computer Science Department in Fall 2018. He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering and Computer Science from the
Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville in 2010. For his dissertation research, he developed a new frequency-hopping scheme for wireless sensor networks. After receiving his Ph.D., Dr. Kelley moved to the University of Louisville
School of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases (ID), where he was responsible for managing the clinical data sets for several clinical trials relating to respiratory diseases, HIV and refugee health as well as conducting research in data visualization
and machine learning for clinical data sets. Immediately prior to coming to Bellarmine, Dr. Kelley was an assistant professor of Computer Science at St. Mary's College of Maryland. Dr. Kelley's current research interests include static and interactive
data visualization, machine learning and interaction design.
Dr. Patricia Carver
Dr. Carver is an Instructor of Business Administration in the Rubel School of Business. She is a graduate of the University of Louisville where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Commerce Degree with a major
in Accounting and of Bellarmine University where she received an MBA and her Doctorate in Leadership in Higher Education. Dr. Carver is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), currently licensed to practice public accounting in the state of Kentucky.
She is experienced in the area of accounting, finance, management, strategic planning, and consulting. She has over 25 years of professional experience in the private sector including positions as chief internal auditor, revenue manager, and financial
analyst at the Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District and senior field auditor with the Kentucky Revenue Cabinet.
Dr. Anne Raymond
Dr. Raymond is a professor of Mathematics and chair of the Mathematics Department. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Bellarmine University, a master’s from the University of North Carolina and a Ph.D.
from Indiana University. She has been a member of the Mathematics Department at Bellarmine since 2003. Dr. Raymond enjoys teaching a variety of courses for majors including Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Numbers and Proof, Calculus 3 and the capstone
course, Readings in Mathematics. Dr. Raymond has graduate degrees in both mathematics and mathematics education. Her early research, most notably appearing in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, focused on beliefs about mathematics
and the impact of teachers’ beliefs on their teaching practice. Most of her ongoing research addresses mathematics pedagogy from a variety of perspectives including technology in the mathematics classroom and how Theory of Multiple Intelligences
informs mathematics pedagogy.
All faculty: Michael C. Ackerman, Ph.D.; Muzaffar Ali, Ph.D.; Pat Carver, Ph.D.; William E. Fenton, Ph.D.; Gregory A. Kelsey, Ph.D.; Michael D. Mattei, Ph.D ; Jennifer M. Miller, Ph.D.; Ron Newton, MA; Anne Raymond, Ph.D.; Frank Raymond,
Ph.D.; Susan C. White, Ph.D.; Daylene Zielinski, Ph.D.