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About Quincy Conley

Receiving his Ph.D. in Educational Technology from Arizona State University, Quincy Conley blends research and teaching ability within the field of instructional design, specializing in performance improvement. He also obtained an M.S. in Instructional Design and Technology and a B.S. in Aerospace Science from the University of North Dakota. Among his accomplishments he assisted with research regarding the impact of No Child Left Behind on in-service teachers and another project that looked into the cultural diversity of the airline industry’s workforce. As a lead researcher, Dr. Conley developed an interactive online learning community to increase awareness of concussions associated with high school athletes. The implementation of this online course prompted a mandate by the state of Arizona for it to be completed by each high school athlete prior to joining school sports. Dr. Conley’s teaching philosophy focuses on “creating life-long learning citizens in a digital age while celebrating diversity.” As such he is a current member of Kappa Delta Pi - The International Honor Society in Education.

Positions

2014 Present Assistant Professor, Boise State University Department of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning
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Honors and Awards

  • 2015 - Outstanding Roundtable Session Award, The Association for Education, Communications, and Technology (AECT) Division of Organizational Training and Performance


Articles (5)

Contributions to Books (1)

Conference Proceedings (3)

Presentations (7)

Student Mentored Work (3)