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Dr. Perry Moler


Assistant Professor

Department of Engineering & Technology
Phone: 903-886-5361
Fax: 903-886-5960
Email: Perry.Moler@tamuc.edu


Indiana State Univeristy, Terre Haute, IN, 2013-2017
Ph.D. Technology Management specialization in Human Resource Development & Industrial Training

Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, TX, 2009-Aug 2010 
M.S. Technology Management

Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, TX, 2002-2005 
B.S. Technology Management

Hocking College, Nelsonville, OH 1999-2002     
A.T.S. Environmental Restoration

Work History (Academic)

Instructor (Full Time)
Texas A&M University – Commerce, Commerce, TX Aug 2011-Current            

Adjunct Faculty (Part Time)
Texas A&M University – Commerce, Commerce, TX Aug 2010-Aug 2011
IT 111 Computer Aided Design
IT 112 Product Design and Development
COS 111 Freshman Success Seminar 

Safety Officer (Full Time)
Texas A&M University – Commerce, Commerce, TX Aug 2010-Aug 2011
Developing Department Safety Plan
Teaching students Laboratory safety practices
Work with the Department of Risk Management

Graduate Assistant (Teaching)
Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, TX, 2009-Aug 2010
Instructed students on laboratory safety procedures
Developed MSDS and emergency action plans for our engineering laboratories to be followed by students and faculty

Service Activities

Texas A&M University – Commerce Facilities Advisory Committee
Texas A&M University – Commerce QEP Review Committee for Technology Management
BEST Robotics Volunteer for the Lion’s Pride Hub
Assistant chapter advisor Delta Tau Delta Fraternity Epsilon Eta Chapter 
Career and Technical Education Judge for Garland ISD


Texas A&M System: Spring 2011 Student Recognition Award for Teaching Excellence

Publications and Presentations

Accepted Presentation 2011 ATMAE Annual Conference: Developing an Effective Laboratory Safety Program for Academic Environments.
(November 2011)
Presentation 2010 Texas A&M University – Commerce Graduate Symposium: Course Redesign: Involving Project Based Learning