Dr. Jane C. Bowser
Technology Coordinator, AIG Coordinator
Assistant Professor, Education
Dr. Jane Bowser came to High Point University in 2007. She received her BS degree from High Point University with a double major in Chemistry and Biology, her MS degree in Analytical Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction with concentrations in Technology and Science Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Before coming to High Point University she was the Program Manager for Instructional Technology and NCWISE in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools. Dr. Bowser also has experience in high school administration, high school science, strategic planning, and network design and consulting.
Dr. Bowser serves as the Technology Coordinator for the School of Education. In 2008, she was awarded a BIG Grant for the creation of a Center for 21st Century Teaching Methodologies within the School of Education. Currently, she is working with the Thomasville City Schools and the Asheboro City Schools on the implementation of their Project IMPACT grants for the integration of technology in the classroom. She has conference presentations at the NCETC, NCAEE, and the Thomasville City Schools Web 2.0 Conferences. In addition to the development of a model for teacher training for technology integration, Dr. Bowser’s research interests include the use of social networks in education, and the use of the iPad to engage students in all subject areas. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi and Alpha Chi, and serves on the Instructional Technology Advisory Committee, Honors Committee and Institutional Research Board at High Point University.