Adjunct Professor
TECH 110 | (713) 313.8545
janne.hall@tsu.edu
Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

PhD, Electrical Engineering, Jackson State University, 2021 Master of Science, Computer Science, Texas Southern University 2014 Bachelor of Science, Electronic Engineering Technology, Texas Southern University, 2000

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

09/08/2020-05/31/2021 Jackson State University, Jackson, MS JSU ERDC Critical Infrastructure Cyber Protection Program-Graduate Research AssistantConducting research in cyber protection for critical infrastructures. Researched Industrial Control Systems (ICSs) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems for critical infrastructures. Research focused on creating and testing frameworks using hardware PLCs and Software Python in efforts to prevent cyber-attacks. Part-time

08/01/2020-05/31/2021 Texas Southern University, Houston, TX Engineering Department- Adjunct Professor for 111 Circuit Analysis I Laboratory, 211 Circuit Analysis II Laboratory and 215 Digital Systems Laboratory courses -Prepared experimental procedures, setup experiments using circuit simulation software (PSpice, Analog Discovery and Multisim) and videos, monitored students conducting experiments, ensured students. understood/completed lab experiments and understood equipment (DMM, Function Generators, Power Supplies, Logic Analyzers, Network Analyzers, and Oscilloscopes) – Created/Graded assignments, quizzes, test, midterms, finals -Posted grades and assignments using Blackboard and TSU portal. Part-time

07/15/2019-04/20/2020 Jackson State University, Jackson, MS Faculty Development for Student Success at the Center for University Scholars- Graduate Research Assistant -Researched concepts to facilitate the successfulness of new faculty members and designed the web site to reflect this information. Part-time

01/22/2018-01/01/2019 Jackson State University, Jackson, MSElectrical and Computer Engineering Department- Graduate Teaching Assistant for 330 Electronics I (Lecture and Laboratory) and 331 Electronics II (Lecture and Laboratory) courses Assisted students with understanding/completing lab experiments and equipment -Graded lab reports, assignments, quizzes, tests, midterms, and final exams. Part-time

12/01/2014-01/01/2018 Texas Southern University, Houston, TX Engineering Department- Adjunct Professor for 131 Direct Current Circuits, 111 Direct Current Circuits Laboratory, 133 Alternating Current Circuits & 113 Alternating Current Circuits Laboratory courses -Prepared and presented lectures -Prepared experimental procedures, setup experiment equipment, monitored students conducting experiments, ensured students understood/completed lab experiments and understood equipment (DMM, Function Generators, Power Supplies and Oscilloscopes) – Created/Graded assignments, quizzes, test, midterms, finals -Posted grades and assignments using Blackboard and TSU portal. Part-time

AWARDS/HONORS

• Sprint/Nextel-RF Engineer of multiple quarters and years

• Texas Southern University, Department of Engineering Distinguished Alumni Recipient 2017

• Alpha Epsilon Lambda – Jackson State University Mu Chapter-Honors

• Golden Key International Honor Society

• National Society of Leadership and Success Sigma Alpha Pi-Honors

PRESENTATIONS

Oral Defense-Development of an Online Model for Electrical and Computer Engineering Programs with Virtual Labs 03/04/2021