1465 N Scottsdale Rd, 1st Floor
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Mail code: 8708
Graduate Student Human Systems Engineering Ira A Fulton Engineering
Stuart has been a proud member of Sun Devil Nation since 2012. Before joining Arizona State as a graduate student, he held various public-sector consulting and for-profit career education roles.
Stuart's current work at ASU is with Learning Enterprise, where he works on supporting the learning design and growth of CareerCatalyst courses. Prior to this role, he worked at Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, finding new pathways for individuals and organizations to access the knowledge capital of MLFTC. He has held positions of Executive Coordinator at Access ASU and Project Manager and Creative Design Lead at EdPlus.
In his public sector consulting roles, Stuart worked on projects that provided work process documentation and reporting resources to Ohio child support enforcement employees via an intranet (1998); system development for the states of Ohio, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania (1998 - 2001); and project management and independent validation and verification for the State of California (2001 - 2004). He managed over a million dollars in deliverables within state and Federal procurement and project management guidelines. Stuart supported numerous business development efforts, including proposal development and presentations to high-level public stakeholders.
Stuart left public sector consulting to pursue an interest in teaching adults. For seven years, he worked at a small career college with curriculums in allied health and legal services. Through that switch, Stuart developed an appreciation for the multiple barriers faced by adult learners and first-generation college students and created numerous academic support structures to increase their success. In addition to teaching, coaching, and mentoring learners, he developed systems to support the teaching excellence of the faculty. Stuart supported several accreditation-related activities, including new program creation and submission, program reviews, and reaccreditation processes. At the time of his departure from the career college, he held the VP of Research and Development role with a mandate of discovering and integrating learning technologies.