Lecturer in Family and Consumer Sciences
Apparel Design and Product Development Program Coordinator
Office: Mary Gibbs Jones 210
Mailing Address: One Bear Place #97346, Waco, TX 76798
- Ed.D. Baylor University
- M.S. Iowa State University
- B.S. Iowa State University
Areas of Teaching Interest:
Exploring the creative process that enables designers to find innovative solutions
- Phi Delta Kappa (PDK)
- International Textiles and Apparel Association (ITAA)
- American Association of Colleges or Teacher Education (AACTE)
- Texas Council on Family Relations
- Association of Teacher Educators (ATE)
- American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS)
- Apparel Aesthetics
- Fashion Illustration
- Apparel Quality Analysis
- Apparel Design I
- Contemporary and Couture Tailoring
- Senior Collection
- Team Learning
- Problem Solving
Background:Dr. Simpson has always enjoyed teaching and the challenges that it presents. Impacting student’s lives, their problem solving skills, and their ability to broaden and deepen the student’s current viewpoint are all areas that Dr. Simpson strives to achieve with every classroom experience. Becoming a member of Baylor University’s faculty in 2004 as a part time lecturer, Dr. Simpson became full-time after earning her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction in 2010.
What teaching at Baylor means to me.Teaching at Baylor University provides the opportunity to work closely with students, develop a one-on-on relationship, and to help them prepare and develop their professional skill sets, all within a Christian learning environment.
Simpson, M. (2010). The Importance of Creativity on Our Global Society and in Today’s Educational System. World Federation of Associations of Teacher Educators.
Simpson, M. (2010). The effect team learning has on the development of creativity in a college classroom: An integrated case study.