Dr. Diana I. Kline has more than 25 years of experience in higher education, specializing in computer science, information systems management, mathematics, English, and educational research and assessment. Recent credits include serving in 2012 as a Lecturer in the College of Education at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, and from 2003 to 2009 as a CIS Instructor and Coordinator for the College of Business CIS 100 program, which oversaw 1,100 students, annually.
Other post-secondary institution credits for Dr. Kline as a teacher and advisor include The Ohio State University and ITT Technical Institute. She has written and presented nationally in her fields of expertise; notably, her first publication as an undergraduate, “A Study of the Various Interpretations of ‘Young Goodman Brown,’” was used in several editions of a college English textbook. She currently runs a computer consulting business where she focuses on training and assisting computer users with software and hardware issues.
Prior to her recent appointment as a full-time Professor of Arts and Sciences for the Mason, OH Campus, Dr. Kline worked as an Academic Advisor for Strayer University’s Louisville Campus in Kentucky.
She holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Policy and Leadership and a Bachelor of Science in English Education from The Ohio State University, and a Master of Science in Student Personnel Administration from Indiana University.
Dr. Kline is an avid tennis participant and has played on both regular and senior USTA league teams.