Staff Spotlight on Susie Hall

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Supporting Our Students

Ms. Hall supports all Bryan University students by managing the process and content of approved research methods. She works with faculty to ensure courses contain appropriate research methods, processes, and content that are available to all students. Susie is always available to students for assistance in approved research methods. She is also the Bryan University chapter sponsor for the National Technical Honor Society.

Education and Experience

Susie holds Master’s degree in Instructional Media Technology and has worked in education for more than thirty-two years, of which eighteen have been in library science. She holds two lifetime certifications in library science and state teaching certificates.

Professional Involvement

Susie is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and the Missouri Association of School Librarians.

Interesting Facts

Susie’s career was not always in education. She worked for the Secret Service, stationed in Chattanooga and Los Angeles, before working for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms in Kansas City.

Susie dressed for Constitution Day at Bryan University’s Springfield campus!

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