Dr. Julie A Chadd, Professor
Office: 4020 - Klehm Hall
Julie Chadd is a Professor in the Career and Technical Education program found in the Lumpkin College of Business & Applied Sciences' School of Technology.
Dr. Chadd taught high school keyboarding and computer applications courses in Macon, Georgia before moving to Southern Illinois and beginning her graduate studies. While in Carbondale, she worked as an administrative assistant while earning her Master's Degree. Upon completing her Master's Degree, she began advising and teaching at-risk freshmen college students. In working with these students, Dr. Chadd focused her attention on study skills, time management, and test taking strategies.
After completing her doctoral studies, Chadd received the Illinois Business Education Association's Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Research Award. She has also received the Outstanding New Teacher of the Year Award from the Illinois Business Education Association and the Illinois Association for Career and Technical Education.
Dr. Chadd is the advisor to Pi Omega Pi, the business education honor society. She also teaches courses in the Career and Technical Education and Master of Science in Technology programs. Her research interests include: teaching methods, active learning, service learning, and integrated learning.
Frequently Taught Courses
CTE 2000 - Inquiry Into Teaching Career and Technical Education
CTE 3400 - Methods of Teaching Career and Technical Education
CTE 4913 - Organization and Administration of Cooperative Occupational Education
CTE 4923 - Coordination Techniques for Cooperative Occupational Education
Ph.D. in Workforce Education and Development, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
M.S. in Workforce Education and Development, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
B.S. in Business Education, Southeast Missouri State University