Norah Kerr-McCurry

Part-Time Lecturer
Labor Studies and Employment Relations (LSER)
M.L.E.R., Rutgers University
B.A., Rutgers University

Norah Kerr-McCurry is a collaborative higher education instructor and administrator, experienced in developing and executing distance and traditional learning programs. She is committed to engaging students to embrace a love of learning, sharing information in a proactive manner, and demonstrating a commitment to academic and ethical principles.

Ms. Kerr-McCurry is an Ed.D. degree candidate at Northeastern University, and holds an MLER and Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers University.  Prof. Kerr-McCurry developed and teaches Social Media and Work; has taught Senior Seminar; and teaches Business and Public Speaking courses at Brookdale Community College, where she is the Director of the Teaching and Learning Center.

“Focus on Learning, Teaching and Practice,” 2014. “Texting, Taking Notes, and Solitaire: Student Behavior and Technology in the Classroom,” 2012. “Anytime, Anyplace Learning: Learning on the Go,” 2012. “Mobile Revolution: Is Your College Ready?” 2011. “Integrating Web 2.0 into Your Online Course,” 2008. “Let’s Connect: Leveraging Technology to Manage Change.” 2007. League for Innovation in the Community College National Conferences.