Thursday, November 12, 2015 - 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Room: Molly Brown
Kimberly Moore, is the director for Workforce, Professional, and Community Education (WPCE) at Wichita State University (WSU). She has more than 27 years’ of experience in developing and coordinating workforce and professional development programming. From July 1996 to October 2014, she served as the associate director of the WSU Division of Continuing Education. In October 2014, she was appointed interim director. She served in that capacity until March, 2015 when she was appointed director of the WPCE. Moore also oversees the WSU Conference and Commencement Offices, Community Education programming, and the WSU Metropolitan Complex. She received her bachelor’s and Juris Doctor degrees from Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas.
Victoria Mosack is the chair and associate professor in the School of Nursing at Wichita State University. In addition to her credentials in nursing, Mosack earned a doctoral degree in Psychology. She is also an active university educator and scholar whose research interests involve evidence-based practice and interprofessional education through a psychiatric lens. In addition to teaching in a traditional classroom setting,she teaches in hybrid and fully online courses, where she actively embraces the learner-centered approach to teaching.
Mark Porcaro is the executive director for online learning for Wichita State University. Porcaro has been working in online learning since 2000, having assisted various academic departments and libraries at Brigham Young University (UT), the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Muskegon Community College (MI), and most recently, the University of Dayton (OH). He also oversees the operations of WSU's OneStop for student services. He received a B.Mus from Brigham Young University (1997), a M.A (2003) and Ph.D. in Musicology (2006) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a certified Quality Matters Peer Reviewer, has an Online Teaching Certification from the Educational Teleconsortium of Michigan, and has had additional training in instructional design from Florida State College Jacksonville.
Andy Black is the executive director of educational technologies and assistant professor at the University of Utah College of Nursing. Black has worked in higher education as faculty and administrator for 11 years, and in IT operations management for 22 years. Black received his Ph.D. in education, focusing on higher education through distance technologies, from Capella University in 2010.