Jennifer Horner is the Project Manager for the Office of Digital Learning. She helps faculty to plan their online course development activities to meet schedule and budget constraints, and she interfaces with ODL team members and resources to optimize results for faculty, departments and colleges.
In addition to her work with the ODL, Jennifer teaches ENGR 102B, Introduction to Engineering Design, and taught SIE 415-515, Technical Sales and Marketing, for five years. Jennifer created the distance version of SIE 415-515 and taught four semesters of the course online. She also lectures on topics that include technical communications and effective teamwork for ENGR 498, the capstone Interdisciplinary Engineering Design course. In addition, Jennifer coordinates the College of Engineering’s program to support EPICS (Engineering Projects in Community Service) High efforts in high schools located in Arizona and Southern California.
Jennifer has a B.S in Systems Engineering from the University of Arizona and an MBA with concentrations in Finance and Marketing from the University of California at Los Angeles. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, designing jewelry, yoga, gaming, and pondering the nature of consciousness.