Faculty Work Is Part of the Job

The Center for Educational Technologies maintains a symbiotic relationship with Wheeling Jesuit University, which we call home. Not only do we welcome students to spend their work study hours helping out on some of our projects, many of our staff members double up and teach courses for the university. For instance, associate director Dr. Laurie Ruberg teaches an online education course each semester. Video manager Don Watson is a key player in the university's multimedia offerings. He not only teaches a number of classes in the Communications Department, he guides students in the use of the center's video production facilities. Hope Coffield, project manager, and Janis Worklan, editor, are overseeing a senior research project for one of the university's communications majors. Dr. Debbie Denise Reese, senior educational researcher, taught an educational research course as well.

Our people do good work. Just ask the Education Department. Jane Neuenschwander, the longtime coordinator of the NASA Educator Resource Center housed in the Center for Educational Technologies and also a curriculum writer, joined the university as a full-time faculty member with the 2009-2010 school year after teaching part-time the last few years. Advancement like that speaks to the kind of expertise we have on staff.
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