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BRIAN M. MORGAN, BS, MS
Assistant Professor, Integrated Science and Technology
Marshall University


Brian Morgan is a native of Chesapeake, Ohio and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Marshall University and a Master of Science Degree in Technology Management from the Marshall University Graduate College. He has served as an assistant professor in the Integrated Science and Technology Program at Marshall University since the Fall 2000 semester. His current interests are e-commerce applications and the development of interactive computer-based learning simulations for K-12 students.

He has taught several different courses in computer and information technology, including e-commerce, database systems, C++ programming, Java programming, operating systems, multimedia systems and programming, and data structures with C++. He has also worked over the past four years to help reshape the curriculum of the Integrated Science and Technology’s computer and information technology major to better fit the needs of area employers.

Prior to beginning his teaching career, Brian served as Marshall University’s Director of the Center for Instructional Technology from 1997 to 2000. He was responsible for the everyday duties of the Center, as well as managing Instructional Technology and World Wide Web Development on both the Huntington and South Charleston campuses of Marshall University, and coordinating faculty and staff IT development training programs.

His career using technology at the professional level began in 1996 when he was hired as the first Instructional Technologist at Marshall University. In this role, he was responsible for working with Information Technology staff and faculty from a variety of disciplines on the selection and production of CD-ROM-based and WWW-based multimedia instructional materials, assisting faculty and staff through training and consulting in integrating computing and information resources into the curriculum, tracking current and emerging Internet and development technologies, and aiding in the progression and completion of technology grants.

Brian currently resides in Proctorville, Ohio with his wife of + years, Melissa and their three children, Michael, , Katherine, , and Alex .
 



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