Kari E. Boyce, PhD, RDMS, RDCS

Kari Boyce

Program Director, Sonography

Associate Professor 

Associate Dean, College of Allied Health 

E-mail: Kari Boyce 

(405) 271-8001 Ext. 43402

Member, Alpha Eta Honor Society

Ph.D., Adult and Higher Education, University of Oklahoma, College of Education, Norman, Oklahoma, 1999

M.Ed., Adult and Higher Education, University of Oklahoma, College of Education, Norman, Oklahoma, 1989

B.S.R.T., Ultrasound/Diagnostic Medical Sonography, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, College of Allied Health, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1984

B.S., Zoology, North Dakota State University, College of Science and Mathematics, Fargo, North Dakota, 1982

Professional Programs:
AHS 4990 Library Skills
MIRS 3803 Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation I
MIRS 3860 Introduction to Clinical Sonography
MIRS 3873 Abdominal Sonography
MIRS 4803 Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation II
MIRS 4832 Advanced Sonography
MIRS 4963 Capstone Seminar

Kawamura, DM, Boyce, KE, Shung, KK, Calton, SS (Jan-Feb 2000). Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation in Clinical Practice and Application: An ARDMS Task Analysis. Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. 16(1):1-13.

Boyce, KE (1999). Delivering Continuing Professional Education at a Distance: The Correlation of Field Dependence/Independence and Learning Using the World Wide Web, Dissertation, University of Oklahoma, 1999. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI (# 9933053).

Boyce, KE, Winn, JM, Anderson, SL, & Bryant BG (Summer 1999). Allied Health Applications of a Computerized Clinical Log Database System. Journal of Allied Health 28(2):97-103.

Boyce, KE (May-June 1998). Learning to Successfully Search The Internet. Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography 14:128-133.

Consensus Conference and Plan for Development of Breast Sonographer Education, Training, and Credentialing, (conference document 2002, final report 2003). D Murphy (Ed.). Rockville, MD: The Breast Ultrasound Foundation, pp 1-24. Contributing author. (Monograph)


U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Bureau of Health Professions, Division of Nursing. American Indian Community Partnership: Family Nurse Practitioner Program Expansion, Booton-Hiser, DA, Principal Investigator; and Boyce, KE, Internal Consultant. July 1999-June 2002, $806,466.

U. S. Department of Health & Human Services, Maternal & Child Health Bureau, Health Resources & Services Administration. The Oklahoma/Maternal and Child Health Center for Leadership in Pediatric Physical Therapy Education, McEwen, IR, Prinicipal Investigator; and Boyce, KE, Internal Web Site Advisor. July 1997-July 2002, $629,025.

Online learning

Planning and implementing academic technology solutions

Field Dependence/Independence 


Abdominal Sonography