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Joy Morgan

Assistant Professor

Faculty

Ricks Hall 210

919.515.6077

Area(s) of Expertise

  • Diverse Learners in Agricultural Education
  • Assessments in Agricultural Education
  • International Agriculture
  • Instructional Strategies and Methodology

Dr. Morgan grew up on a small beef cattle and tobacco farm in Oxford, North Carolina. Growing up she was an active 4-H member, and FFA member in high school. One summer in high school, she attended a Phi Delta Kappa future teacher camp held at Indiana University and North Carolina’s Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders camp held at North Carolina State University. It was at these two camps, she officially decided that she wanted to become an agricultural educator. Upon graduation from high school, she attended North Carolina State University where she received her degree in Agricultural Education with a concentration and minor in Animal Science. Directly after undergrad, Joy stayed at North Carolina State University and obtained a Masters degree in Agricultural Education. She returned to her home county and taught both middle and high school agricultural education before returning to pursue her doctorate degree.

In her free time, Dr. Morgan enjoys traveling, gardening, playing sports, and spending time on the family farm.

Professional Honors/Offices/Recognitions

  • AAAE Distinguished Poster Presentation, “Are North Carolina State University Agricultural Education Gradates Making the Grade? Principals Perspectives Regarding Beginning Agriculture Teachers”-2014
  • NCSU Agronomy Club Outstanding Alumni-2014
  • NACTA Poster Presentation Award, “Diversifying Student Enrollment in Colleges of Agriculture through the Recruitment of Latino Students”-2013
  • NACTA Graduate Teaching Award- 2013
  • AAAE Distinguished Poster Presentation, “The Status of State Curriculum Standards and Curriculum Decision Making” -2012
  • Granville County A+ Teaching Award- 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

  • AEE 103 – Fundamentals of Agricultural and Extension Education
  • ED 312 – Classroom Assessment Principles and Practices of Professional Learning
  • AEE 326 – Teaching Diverse Learners in Agricultural Education
  • AEE 327 – Conducting Summer Programs in Agricultural Education
  • AEE 427 – Supervision of Student Teachers
  • AEE 500 – Agricultural Education, Schools, and Society

Recent Publications/Presentations

  • Marshall, J.M. & Flowers, J.L. (2014). Are North Carolina State University Agricultural Education Graduates Making the Grade? Principals Perceptives Regarding Beginning Agriculture Teachers. Poster presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education, Salt Lake City.
  • Warner, W. J. & Marshall, J.M. (2013). There’s an App for That! Utilizing iPads in Agricultural Education. Presentation at National Association for Agricultural Educators Conference, Las Vegas.
  • Marshall, J.M. & Flowers, J.L. (2013). Making Agricultural Research Come to Life for High School Students: A STEM Initiative for Agricultural Education. Poster Presentation at American Association for Agricultural Educators Conference, Columbus.
  • Thompson, G., Marshall, J., Meyers, B., Warnick, B., & Wilson, B. (2013). The Status of Science Integration into Agricultural Education according to State Supervisors: Twenty-Five Years After the Green Book. Paper Presentation at the American Association for Agricultural Educators, Columbus.
  • Marshall, J.M. & Turnbull, T. (2013). Around the World in 18 Days: The Agriculture Class is Your Ticket to a Global Experience. Presentation at National Association for Agricultural Educators Conference, Las Vegas.
  • Marshall, J. M. & Warner, W. J. (2013). Diversifying Student Enrollment in Colleges of Agriculture through the Recruitment of Latino Students. Proceedings of the 59th Annual North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Conference, Blacksburg, VA
  • Marshall, J. & Warner, W. J. (2013). Diversifying Student Enrollment in Colleges of Agriculture through the Recruitment of Latino Students. Poster presented to the American Association for Agricultural Education. Columbus.
    Warner, W. J., & Marshall, J. M. (2013). Preparing to Teach Agricultural Education: An Examination of Student Teachers’ Instructional Plans and Planning. Proceedings of the 59th Annual North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Conference, Blacksburg, VA.
  • Coley, M. & Marshall, J.M. (2012). iPad Usage in Higher Education. Poster Presentation at Southern Conference for American Association for Agricultural Education, Birmingham.
  • Marshall, J., Coley, M., Brierton, S., & Wilson, B. (2012). The Status of State Curriculum Standards and Curriculum Decision Making. Poster presentation at National Conference for American Association for Agricultural Educators, Asheville.
  • Warner, W. J., & Marshall, J. M. (2012). Survey of Preservice Agriculture Teachers’ Knowledge of Teaching and Technology. Presentation at the 58th Annual North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Conference, River Falls, WI.
  • Warner, W. J., & Marshall, J. M. (2012). Preparing to Teach: An Examination of Student Teachers’ Instructional Plans and Planning. Presentation at the North Carolina Career and Technical Education Summer Conference.

Education

Ed.D., Agricultural and Extension Education, North Carolina State University (2014)
M.A., Agricultural Education, North Carolina State University (2006)
B.S., Agricultural Education, Minor in Animal Science, North Carolina State University (2005)