COLLEGE OF SCIENCE,
ENGINEERING AND
TECHNOLOGY
Visiting Instructor
TECH 303 | (713) 313.1811
halltd@tsu.edu
Curriculum Vitae

Education and Training

  • M.S., Transportation Planning and Management, Texas Southern University, Houston, TX- 1999
  • B.S., Aviation Science Management, Texas Southern University, Houston, TX -1995
  • United States Marine Educator Workshop – Quantico, VA

Highlighted Achievements

Contributed to a significant increase in student performances on standardized testing.

Provide instructional and administration leadership for the program, during one semester the program enrollment increased 50%. The overarching goal of the program is to assist all students using college students as mentors and resources for problem solving, critical thinking and research.

Assisted with developing and assisting students with internships; instrumental in placing students in paid internships with the Houston Airport System.

Increased student involvement by coordinating aviation conferences and field trips.

Coordinated independent research in the areas of flight science, engineering, and technology.

Implemented the Air Operations Area (AOA) Driver Training component to the airport management curriculum.

Mentored and coached students to help boost their confidence and competencies, as evidence by scores, completion of work, and obtaining paid internships.

Provided students with feedback targeting areas of improvement and align their strengths with course objectives and intended outcomes

ASSOCIATIONS & CERTIFICATIONS

Private Investigator, State of Texas 2012 National Incident Management System (NIMS) training/certification (4 levels) 2009
Proposal Writer, Office ofthe Governor, Austin, Texas 2007
Proposal Writer, Office of the Governor, Austin, Texas 2005
Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Mike Moroney Aeronautical Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Cargo Security Training 2003
Special Agent, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Mike Moroney Aeronautical Center Oklahoma City, Oklahoma- Screening Technology, Basic Airport/ Air Carrier Security 2002
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Houston Airport System, Houston,
Texas Airport Safety Operations School 1999
Situational Self Leadership, Houston Airport System, Houston, Texas 1999
Member, Women in Aviation, International (WAI)- Since 2005
Board member of WAI Space City Chapter (2005 – 2008), Newly Appointed Board member 2011
Member, American Association of Airport Executives
Member and Advisor, Alpha Eta Rho Aviation Fraternity, (2004- present)

Biography

An experienced educator dedicated to guiding students to succeed while inspiring an insatiable passion for Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) careers specializing in aviation/aerospace. A Visionary Leader, Bridge Builder and Coordinator with a Master’s Degree coupled with 16+ years’ Airport and Aviation operations experience as well as instructing higher education students, engaging in research, and implementing effective programs. Background includes eight years of college education, and eight years of aviation management experience.

Dr. Hall is an enthusiastic, creative, and passionate educator, mentor and advisor who believes that all students can learn and thrive in a learning environment that is stimulating, comforting and appropriate to their unique talents and abilities. His Specializations include: Program Coordination, Student Advisement, and Mentorship. He advocates for Instructional Leadership; using a balanced blend of motivational and targeted instruction methodologies to enhance curricula, focusing on the three ‘R’s – Rigor, Relevancy and Relationships. He believes in engaging parents; working closely with parents throughout career, repeated successes securing a high level of parental involvement.

He believes in Leveraging Resources and making Strategic Collaborations; working closely with district leaders and community partners to encourage strong community aviation/aerospace alliances; Utilizing a visionary approach with consistency to help students past the threshold of not-knowing to knowing and develop to their fullest extent.

Research Interests