Dr. Elizabeth Diamond received her PhD in Career and Technical Education from Auburn University, where she also received her MS in Agronomy. She completed her BS in Agriculture from Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. Her research interests include issues related to all CTE Program Clusters, and specifically, technology use by students and educators, industry credentialing of students and educators, stress related issues of educators, and various other topics. Her experience ranges from the secondary classroom to college administration and she has taught mathematics, science, first-year experience, and CTE courses, including Business/Marketing, Computers, and Agriculture/Horticulture at various levels. Dr. Diamond has extensive experience presenting professional development programs to educators in a variety of areas, including topics such as technology use in the classroom by educators and students and student-centered learning.

Research Interests

  • Teacher Knowledge
  • Technology
  • Vocational Education

Courses Taught




BSED 3241

Methods of Teaching Microcomputer Applications


BSED 5513

Methods of Teaching BCIT


BSED 5514

Cur Dev & Trends in BCIT