Professor Kimberly Greene began her career in electrical engineering and computer science. She earned a degree in electrical engineering from Northwestern University in 1988, then worked for 11 years in computer-related fields before returning to school to study art.
She earned a bachelor of fine arts from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2002, and a master of fine arts from Louisiana State University in 2005.
She was a ceramics instructor at Southeastern Louisiana University in 2005-06, and an art instructor at Baton Rouge Community College in the first part of 2006, teaching art appreciation courses. She was a visiting assistant professor of ceramics and foundations at Michigan State University for one year before coming to Carthage in 2007.
- M.F.A. — Fine Arts, Louisiana State University, 2005
- B.F.A. — Fine Arts, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, 2002
- B.S. — Electrical Engineering, Northwestern University, 1988
- ART 1071 Introduction to Three-Dimensional Design
- ART 2500 Ceramic Hand-Building
- ART 2510 Ceramic Wheel-Throwing
- ART 3500 Advanced Ceramics
- ART 4500 Independent Study in Studio Art