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ITEEA’s Technology and Engineering Dedicated STEM Professional Development (PD) Webinar Series

May 9,2019 
4:00 pm EST 
ITEEA’s Technology and Engineering Dedicated STEM Professional Development (PD) Webinar Series 
Technology Education: Pertinent Academic Discipline to the 21st Century Learner

Presenter: Dr. Jessica Murphy

www.iteea.org/STEMCenter/EbD-PD/STEMWebinars.aspx

ITEEA's specially designed professional development webinar series focuses on Technology and Engineering Education best practices for leading Integrative STEM Education (I-STEM Education) in your school.

This webinar series is FREE to ITEEA members. The fee for nonmembers is $45. You must be logged in to see member pricing.

Technology degree programs provide opportunities to learn more about technological processes, and how to implement those processes into both the educational and workplace arenas. Students participating in such an academic discipline are prepared for a variety of technology-related occupations as they learn, after critical evaluation, how to properly apply innovative strategies to solve problems. As Emergency Management in a multidisciplinary area, its integration with technology education will further advance efforts in creating a sounder infrastructure of executing these functions for society well-being.

Dr. Jessica L. Murphy is a Professor of Technology and the Program Coordinator of the Technology Education Master’s Degree Program in the Department of Industrial Systems & Technology in the College of Science Engineering, and Technology at Jackson State University (JSU)—Jackson, MS. She joined the Department of Technology in August 2006 as an Assistant Professor and was promoted with tenure to Associate Professor in 2012. In 2008, Dr. Murphy assumed the role of the Technology Education Master’s Degree Program Coordinator where she assists the program to annually increase enrollment. Dr. Murphy serves as Co-Principal Investigator of four U. S. Department of Homeland Security grant awards and helps to initiate an Emergency Management Technology concentration. She has recruited students for this program from local and state representatives, community colleges, first responders, and military personnel. In 2017, she was promoted to Full Professor.