Program Coordinator and Instructor, Indiana State University
Jen Hale currently serves as Program Coordinator of the Architectural Engineering Technology program and Instructor in the department of Built Environment in the College of Technology at Indiana State University. Additionally, Hale serves on Industrial Advisory Boards for Architectural Engineering Technology, Construction Management and Interior Architecture Design programs. Hale and her colleagues successfully completed an initial ABET-ETAC Self-Study and evaluation in 2019 for the Architectural Engineering Technology program. She is committed to student success through continuous improvement in program curriculum and instruction.
Prior to joining Indiana State, Hale served as Partner and Principal of J3 Concepts, a design and development consulting firm focused on community planning. Hale earned a Master of Urban Planning and Policy (MUPP) from the University of Illinois at Chicago where her research focused on the design and usability of public spaces. Hale earned a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Indiana State University where her interests in high-rise and urban development began. She is an honorary member of Sigma Lambda Chi.
Department-wide assessment of multiple programs with different accreditation requirements can be challenging and stimulating. Although many institutions organize departments/colleges with similar disciplines, it is unusual for the various levels of review (i.e., program, department, college, university and industry) to have the same output requirements. The instigation of this concordance stems from one department needing to […]