Cara Rabe-Hemp is the Associate Dean in the College of Applied Sciences and Technology. She provides fiscal management for College and oversees facility renovations and enhancement, student enrollment, and faculty searches. Directs curriculum development and implementation and serves as liaison to the University Curriculum Committee, Council for Teacher Education, and Graduate Curriculum Committee. Facilitates external accreditations, program reviews, and international programs of study for College undergraduate and graduate majors. Provides research support for CAST faculty and students and assists in securing federal, state, local, and private grants. Oversees College Mentor Program and develops strategies to recruit and retain faculty. Coordinates graduate assistantship funds and serves as liaison with Research and Sponsored Programs and the Graduate School.
Prof Rabe-Hemp's teaching interests include: policing, gender, and autonomous learning and student engagement in the online classroom
Prof Rabe-Hemp's research interests include: gender and policing, small and rural policing, citizen perceptions of the police, police deviance.