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FC: PORTFOLIO | Kim Grover-Haskin, Ph.D | Denton, TX | June 15, 2012

1: Table of Contents Education.......................................................................3 Professional Experience..........................................4 2000 to Present....................................................4 2010 to 2012.........................................................5 1997 to 2000.........................................................6 Administrative Experience....................................7 Budget Preparation Samples.........................7 Contract Negotiation.........................................8 Bid Review Highlights......................................8 Human Resources...............................................9 Teaching Experience...............................................10 Writing Experience..................................................11 Professional Development.....................................12 Committee Work..................................................13 Professional Organizations..............................14 Research Studies..................................................14

2: PERSONAL STATEMENT | I believe in the creative individual, an individual whose creativity is often untapped. My strength has always been to engage with others, encourage, coach and inspire. I believe that persistence is key and resilience is necessary. With such, I can learn and lead. I can welcome new views, seek challenging views, and initiate change. I also knowingly step into the unknown and learn. | I am a dynamic educator and leader, thoughtful, collaborative, and creative. I am seeking employment in an educational environment where learning is exciting, challenging, and accomplished. | PROFESSIONAL GOAL

3: EDUCATION Ph.D. in Dance and Related Arts, Department of Performing Arts, Programs in Dance, Texas Woman’s University, Denton, TX. Major Field, Dance and Related Arts. Dissertation: Put Your Mother on the Ceiling: Feminist Dance Making as a Worldmaking Process of Three Women Choreographers. Chair: Dr. Penelope Hanstein. May, 2001. Master of Science in the Department of Dance. Department of Dance, University of Oregon, Eugene, Or. Specialization: Modern Dance. Master’s Thesis: Frolic Folly: A Choreographic Thesis Investigating Specific Movement Qualities that Convey Humor in Modern Dance. Chair: Janet Descutner. June, 1986. B.A. in Dance/Psychology, State University College at Potsdam, New York, 1984. | Research Interests: Creative Process Learning Analytics Teaching and Learning with Technology Computational Thinking Open Courseware

4: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2000-present Director-Instructional Operations Instructional Support Services Texas Woman’s University. Provide instructional technology hardware and software solutions for classrooms on all campuses. Study and apply pedagogical strategies in active learning environments for classroom adoption. Design active learning spaces collaboratively with faculty, Facilities Management, AV Integrators, and Construction Contractors Manage project budget of classroom upgrades, encompassing capital expenses, and M&O expenses for classroom instructional technology maintenance, supplies, and support. Review and help construct RFQ for classroom projects.

5: Professional Experience Texas Woman's University 2010-2012 Direct Video Technologies and Videoconferencing services. Recently assessed new videoconferencing technologies for more flexible learning environments with both Quality of Service and Non-Quality of Service technologies. Video on Demand for Review of Videoconference recordings Videoconferencing for meetings, classrooms, and special events Pioneer TV for TWU events and features Support High Performance Computing for Bioinformatics program. HPC is a Linux system Rocks 5.4.2 build and Sun Grid Engine for scheduling of parallel processing jobs. Software includes: Bio Rolls, Gnuplot, Rasmol, Pymol for bioinformatics

6: 2000-2010 Manager/Director of Instructional Operations Supervised 12 full time employees and 4 student assistants Manage and develop Information Technology Help Desk operations Evaluate system software for Help Desk operations Provide console operator services for TWU campus. Systems Engineer providing technical support for the library and Help Desk. 1997-2000 Support Specialist I, Field Services, Information Technology, Provided desktop computer technical support for campus community Troubleshooting PC and Macintosh operating platforms, hardware, and software.

7: Administrative Experience Texas Woman's University | Budget Preparation Samples

8: Administrative Experience Texas Woman's University | Contract Negotiation | 2007 eInstruction-Classroom Response Systems 2007 Intelliresponse-KB Solution 2008 Logmein-Help Desk Remote Access Solution 2011 Tegrity-Lecture Capture 2011 X-ISS Contract for HPC | Bid Review Highlights | 2008 New Parkland Building-T.Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences dedicated February 2011 2009 New Science Building-Ann Stuart Science Complex dedicated April 1, 2011

9: Administrative Experience Texas Woman's University | Human Resources | Supervise full time and part time personnel. | 2000-2010 Supervised 12 full time staff and 4 student assistants covering I.T. Help Desk operations, Classroom Instructional Technology, Console Operations, General Use Labs and special student program for student technology training. Conducted professional development sessions for staff. Coordinated and budgeted for professional development and training opportunities for staff. | 2010-2012 Supervised 6 full time staff, 1 1/4 time staff, 1 student assistant covering High Performance Computing, Classroom Instructional Technology, Video Technologies, AV Project Management. Coordinated and budgeted for professional development and training opportunities for staff.

10: TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2000-present Assisting faculty with classroom instructional technology tools. Presenting on Classroom Capture, Mobile Videoconferencing, Tablets in the Classroom, Clickers, Interactive Whiteboards, Interactive Projectors, and Video Technologies, 2009-2011 Dissertation Committee of Valerie Alpert. Dance Technologies and Dance: Developing Connections Between Artistic Practice, Pedagogy, and Future Higher Education Curricular Practice 2003 - present Instructor, Ballet. Teaching Advanced non-syllabus Ballet Classes to 14-18yr olds. Substitute teach Modern Dance to all ages. Choreograph for recitals and dance performances. A Time to Dance Studio. Corinth, TX. 2001-2002 Instructor, Ballet. Teaching beginning Ballet to young ages. Denton Civic Ballet. 1994-1996 Guest lecturer for Women’s Studies course,

11: WRITING EXPERIENCE Videoconference Roadmap, May 2012 Classroom Open Lab Mobile Devices Classroom Open Lab Active Learning Spaces iPad and Mobile Device Instructional Practice at a Glance, November 2011 User's Guide for HPC, January 2012 Grover-Haskin, K. (2001) Put Your Mother on the Ceiling: Feminist Dance Making as a Worldmaking Process of Three Women Choreographers Grover-Haskin, K. (Ed.). (1999). Dance and Gender. Choreography and Dance, 5(1). Grover-Haskin, K. (1996). Autrey Nell Wiley: A Guide to the Collection. Denton, TX: Texas Woman’s University Library Woman’s Collection. Grover-Haskin, K. (1989). Humor: A Choreographic Challenge. Progress and Possibilities: Congress on Research in Dance 20th Anniversary Conference Proceedings and Selected Papers. New York: Congress on Research and Dance.

12: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT | 2012, July NCSI Workshop Introduction to Parallel Programming and Cluster Computing 2012, May, Open Access Workshop, UNT 2012, April, Tegrity User's Conference Selected Presentation: Choreographing Space and Place 2011 October, UTA Engaging Students, Therese Huston 2011, October, Region XI Distance Learning Conference 2010, May, ITIL v3 Foundations Certified 2010, July, Campus Technology Conference, Advancing Higher Education Through Technology 2010, November Cengage TEAMUP 2010, October iPad in Education, TCEA 2010, October UTA Engaging Students, Team Based Learning 2009, February Educause Southwest Regional Conference 2007, Summer Institute at Wallenburg Hall, Designing Learning Spaces, Stanford University

13: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE WORK | 2003-2012 Institutional Review Board 2012 Academic Cross-Cutting Committee 2011-2012 IT Committee 2010-2012 SACS Leadership Committee 2009-2011 Dissertation Committee of Valerie Alpert. Dance Technologies and Dance: Developing Connections between Artistic Practice, Pedagogy, and Future Higher Education Curricular Practice 2009-2010 Institutional Effectiveness Assessment Advisory Committee 2008-2009 Emerging Technology Learning Community with Dr. Brian Beck 2007-2009 TWU Science Building Steering Committee 2002-2003 EduTex 2002-2003 Program Committee. Educause Regional Conference 2000-2004 Staff Council

14: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIONS | Phi Kappa Phi 2010-present TCEA 2010-2012 American Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance 1986-1996 Congress on Research and Dance 1986-2005 Cecchetti Council of America 1989-1996, 2010 to present | PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH STUDIES | 2012 Videoconference Roadmap: Moving to H.264 2011 Personal Capture Contributions to Class Lecture: Building Bridges, Bridging Worlds 2008 Making a Difference in the Clasroom: Classroom Response Systems

15: CONTACT INFORMATION Kim Grover-Haskin Denton, TX 940-566-2650 kgroverhaskin@gmail.com

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