Campbell graduated in 1991 from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Arts
in Communications, and earned her MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer)
in 2000. She currently serves as Title III Coordinator for MacArthur State
Technical College where she is responsible for daily management of the Title
III project. Some of her previous experience includes Tech Prep Specialist
for MSTC, Graphic Design Manager for The Dothan Progress, and Workplace Literacy
Instructor for Enterprise State Jr. College. Susan has conducted several internet
workshops on a local and statewide level, and utilizes internet resources
for instruction, research, and grant funding sources. She is the one to either
thank, or blame, for this web site!
Gilmore graduated from Troy State University in 1998 and joined the Title 3
Project in Fall 2000 as Activity I Director/Technology Specialist. Susan researches
and implements Distance Learning technologies, applicable to Years 3, 4, &
5 of the Title 3 Project.
Jones officially serves as the Title III Activity II Network Specialist.
She unofficially serves as the Title III Techno-Goddess, ever-ready with toolkit
in hand. Cynthia also has her Applied Associates in Technology in Computer Science
from MacArthur State. In addition, she holds an Associate of Arts from Lurleen
B. Wallace State Jr. College, and earned her MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems
Engineer) in Fall 2000. As Activity II Director, Cynthia supervises the maintenance
and upgrades of the MSTC campus network. Cynthia enjoys researching methods
to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the campus network. "It is my
intention to do all I can to help MSTC remain one of the best technical colleges
in the nation."
Roberts began her experience with MSTC when she enrolled in the Computer Science
program in September 1994. She completed the program in 1996, graduating Magna
Cum Laude with an Applied Associates in Technology Degree. Donna also worked
as the MSTC receptionist, then moved on to Self-Study Secretary, and now on
to Title III Project Secretary. As Project Secretary, Donna will work on collecting
baseline data, such as Computer Literacy Data, and she will work on such issues
as eliminating "paper trails" through the use of electronic data transfer. Donna
has also served as a night instructor for MSTC, and is currently working on
her MOUS (Microsoft Office User Specialist) Certification.