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1 Dr. Jennifer C. Morrison 3434 New Hartford Road #4, Owensboro, KY EDUCATION The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL Doctor of Philosophy - Political Science, August 2012 Dissertation Defended, May 4, 2012 Public Administration, American Government, Criminal Justice Troy State University, Montgomery, Montgomery, AL Master of Arts - Public Administration, August 2004 George Mason University, Fairfax, VA Bachelor of Arts - Russian Area Studies, May 1990 DISSERTATION Topic: The Impact of Public Service Motivation on the Turnover Intention of Federal Employees. Chair: Dr. J. Norman Baldwin, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, The University of Alabama UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE Murray State University, Murray KY Visiting Assistant Professor Present Develop and conduct graduate/undergraduate classes in Public Administration: Foundations of Public Administration and Public Sector Human Resource Management Develop and conduct classes online and via ITV Research and obtain materials needed for class, including: text books, journal articles, web sites, films. Develop teaching materials such as syllabi, visual aids, answer keys, supplementary notes, and course information to post on Canvas. Respond to student concerns in a timely manner. Copy and distribute classroom materials. Post class materials on Blackboard. Evaluate and grade examinations, projects, assignments, papers and presentations, and record and post grades. Conduct research in public administration and public sector human resources Owensboro Community and Technical College, Kentucky Community and Technical College System, Owensboro KY Adjunct Professor January 2015 to May 2015 Develop and conduct on the ground American Government course.

2 Research and obtain materials needed for class, including: text books, journal articles, web sites, films. Develop teaching materials such as syllabi, visual aids, answer keys, supplementary notes, and course information to post on Blackboard. Respond to student concerns via e-learning or in a timely manner. Copy and distribute classroom materials. Post class materials on Blackboard. Evaluate and grade examinations, projects, assignments, papers and presentations, and record and post grades. Brescia University, Owensboro, KY Adjunct Professor/Online May 2013 to May 2015 Developed and conducted assigned undergraduate courses online for Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, and Spring 2015 (Introduction to American Government; Law and Social Issues) using Moodle by Learning House. Manage course though regular contact with students via message and ; post course information, including lectures, study guides, assignments, exams, and additional resources to class page; monitor discussion forums and weekly chat; grade assignments and discussions in a timely manner. Brescia University, Owensboro, KY Visiting Assistant Professor August 2012 to May 2013 Developed and conducted assigned undergraduate courses for Fall 2012 (Introduction to Political Science; Social Issues and Law; International Government; Comparative Government), as well as a Directed Study in Public Administration. Developed and conducting assigned undergraduate courses for Spring 2013 (American Government; Public Administration; State and Local Government; Political Science Senior Seminar). Supervised student Internship with Susan Tierney, Daviess County Circuit Court Clerk. Spring Served as academic advisor to Political Science Majors. Produced draft of Pre-Law syllabus and class for Fall 2013; presented draft to the Curriculum Committee; draft accepted by the Curriculum Committee. Fall Developed guidelines for Department of Political Science Internship Program. Spring Participated in various student and university activities. The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science January 2006 to May 2010 Researched and obtained materials needed for class, including: text books, journal articles, web sites, films. Developed teaching materials such as syllabi, visual aids, answer keys, supplementary notes, and course information to post on e-learning. Scheduled and maintained regular office hours to meet with students. Taught assigned undergraduate level courses. Responded to student concerns via e-learning or in a timely manner. Copied and distributed classroom materials.

3 Post class materials on e-learning. Evaluated and graded examinations, projects, assignments, papers and presentations, and record and post grades. Arranged with supervising professor to conduct teaching observations; meet with professor to received feedback about teaching performance. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Daviess County Public School System, Owensboro, KY Substitute Teacher August 2014 to Present Performed essential classroom duties in three different junior high and high schools in Daviess County often with little notice or guidance, while maintaining district educational and behavioral guidelines. Presented educational material employing diverse teaching strategies designed to effectively address each student s learning style and ability, including lecture, discussion, demonstration, cooperative learning, and individualized instruction. Provided educational continuity by implementing established lesson plans, while exercising professional judgment to introduce new material when appropriate or necessary. Developed and maintained positive interactions with students, faculty, and administrators, building a rapport and gaining respect and trust to ensure an environment conducive to learning. Responsible for all aspects of classroom and course in place of permanent teacher. Cengage Publishing, Boston, MA Freelance Writer April 2014 to June 2014 Develop content for Introduction to American Government digital product. Produced narrative textbook-style content Created study guides (timeline, vocabulary and summary) based on chapter content. Chapters included: o Civil Rights o Bureaucracy o Political Participation o Political Parties o Domestic Policy Educational Testing Service AP American Government Exam Reader June 2011 June 2012 June 2013 June 2014 June 2015 Received training in consistent application of the scoring standards, and use those standards to score student responses. Interacted with members of the AP Development Committee responsible for revising the AP Course description and developing the exam, giving and receiving information about the current state of teaching and learning in the discipline.

4 Discussed achievement, assessment and teaching strategies with college faculty and AP teachers. Tuscaloosa County School System, Tuscaloosa, AL Substitute Teacher August 2010 to May 2012 Performed essential classroom duties in three different junior high and high schools in Tuscaloosa County, often with little notice or guidance, while maintaining district educational and behavioral guidelines. Presented educational material employing diverse teaching strategies designed to effectively address each student s learning style and ability, including lecture, discussion, demonstration, cooperative learning, and individualized instruction. Provided educational continuity by implementing established lesson plans, while exercising professional judgment to introduce new material when appropriate or necessary. Developed and maintained positive interactions with students, faculty, and administrators, building a rapport and gaining respect and trust to ensure an environment conducive to learning. Taught long-term (August 2011 to December 2011) Physical Science class. Responsible for all aspects of classroom and course in place of permanent teacher. COURSES TAUGHT Introduction to American Government: Survey of the principles, political institutions, and practices of American national, state, and local politics. Taught Spring 2008, Spring 2013, Spring Taught online Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring Introduction to Public Administration: Study of the administrative principles and practices in the areas of organization, personnel management, budgeting, government regulation, and democratic controls. Taught Fall 2006, Spring 2007, Spring 2008, Summer 2008, Fall 2008, Spring 2009, Fall 2012 (directed study), Spring State and Local Government: Study of the institutions and functions of American state and local governments and their relationship to the political process. Taught Spring 2006, Fall 2007, Summer 2009, Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Spring Introduction to Political Science: A study of political science as a field of learning: the theories and functions of government; the principles of democratic government, especially the American experience; ideas of authoritarianism and totalitarianism; current governmental systems and problems. Taught Fall Introduction to International Relations: Having its focus on the international system and various actors (especially nation-states and international governmental and non-governmental organizations) operating in it, this course familiarizes students with the central concepts, themes, and theories of International Relations (IR). IR theories are derived from historical and current international events but also help explain them. Taught Fall The Law and Social Issues: The role of the legal system in dealing with many of the problems of contemporary society through the study of relevant court cases and selected readings. Taught Fall Scheduled to teach online Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring Comparative Government: An introduction to governmental systems of major industrialized nations such as Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and Japan, together with selected countries of topical interest as to their history, political institutions and culture, policies, administration, and philosophy. Taught Fall Political Science Seminar: A capstone course that ties together the structure and activities of the political science major, requesting student to complete a major research project.

5 RESEARCH In progress: Lack of Civic Knowledge in Kentucky High Schools. In progress: Chances of being selected for interview with federal government. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Political Science Association American Society of Public Administrators Southern Criminal Justice Association American Association of University Women PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Member of Gamma Omicron Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, The National Political Science Honor Society. Various Courses on Coursera.org including: o Terrorism and CounterTerrorism: Comparing Theory and Practice, with Dr. Edwin Bakker, Leiden University. o Introduction to Key Constitutional Concepts and Supreme Court Cases, with Dr. Kermit Roosevelt, III, University of Pennsylvania o o PRESENTATIONS Constitutional Law, with Dr. Akhil Amar, Yale University Women and the Civil Rights Movement, Dr. Elsa Barkley Brown, University of Maryland, College Park Southern Criminal Justice Association Conference, September 2009; "The Advantages of Condoms in Correctional Institutions" VOLUNTEER The Daviess County Democratic Party, Campaign for Kim Humphrey, Fall The Daviess County Democratic Party, Campaign for Alison Lundegren Grimes, Fall The Owensboro Science and History Museum, Owensboro, KY, Christmas Daviess County High School Band of Pride, Owensboro, KY, Fall 2013, Winter 2013, and Fall 2014.

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