Jeremy V Ernst

Title
Associate Chancellor for Research; Professor, College of Arts and Sciences
Email
Department
Department of Applied Sciences
College
College of Arts & Sciences

Areas of Expertise

STEM education students with at-risk indicators

Evidence-based engagement

Performance-based application abilities

Cognitive competence and higher-order process

Jeremy V Ernst

Dr. Jeremy V. Ernst is Professor of Technology and Associate Chancellor for Research within the Worldwide Campus at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU). He has had prior academic and administrative appointments at Virginia Tech as well as North Carolina State University. Jeremy has a wealth of expertise in research leadership and administration, where he has supported extensive growth at ERAU and in his prior university roles. Jeremy has doctoral and masters degrees in Technology Education from North Carolina State University in Raleigh as well as a bachelors in Technology and Human Resource Development from Clemson University.  He is an accomplished educator and scholar with more than 150 publications and 12 million dollars in federal, state, and corporate sponsored research funding to his credit. Jeremy’s research focuses on students identified as at-risk of dropout or non-matriculation in STEM majors. His efforts center on curriculum research and development in STEM education to provide evidence-based models that promote engagement, development of cognitive competency sets, and performance-based application abilities of students at-risk.

  • Ed.D. - Doctor of Education in Technology Education: Special Education, North Carolina State University at Raleigh
  • M.Ed. - Master of Education in Technology Education, North Carolina State University at Raleigh
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Technology and Human Resource Development: Industrial/Technical Education, Clemson University

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (2021-present), Professor of Technology and Associate Chancellor for Research, Worldwide Campus

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (2018-2021), Professor of Technology and Associate Dean for Research, College of Arts and Sciences, Worldwide Campus

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (2015-2018), Associate Professor and Program Chair, Integrative STEM Education; Director, Office of Educational Research and Outreach (OERO)

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (2016-2018), Director, Center for Instructional Technology Solutions in Industry and Education

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (2011-2014), Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Education

North Carolina State University (2008-2011), Assistant Professor, Department of STEM Education

North Carolina State University (2006-2008), Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of STEM Education

North Carolina State University (2005-2006), Graduate Research Assistant, NSF VISTE Project, Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education

North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (2004-2005), Graduate Intern, Division of Career and Technical Education

North Carolina State University (2003-2006), Graduate Research Assistant, NSF TECH-know Project, Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education

Clemson University, (2002-2003), Student Assistant, NSF Project Circuit, Center of Excellence for Instructional Technology


Member At-Large (2008-current), Mississippi Valley Technology Teacher Education Conference

Member (2002-current), Epsilon Pi Tau International Honorary – Gamma Tau Chapter

Member (2005-current), American Society for Engineering Education

Member (2003-current), International Technology and Engineering Educator Association

Institutional Representative (2015-2018), American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education

Taskforce Member (2012-2014), International Technology and Engineering Educations Association, Vital Signs Taskforce

President (2012-2013), Southeastern Technology Education Conference

President (2011-2012), North Carolina Council on Technology Teacher Education

Advisory Board Member (2009-2014), National Science Foundation Simulation and Modeling in Technology Education Project

Chairperson (2008-2009), North Carolina Technology Educators Association Professional Development Committee

Board Member (2008-2010), Association for Career and Technical Education Professional Development

Curriculum Development Coordinator (2007-2010), Mathematical Modeling and Analysis (NC-STEM Initiative)

Treasurer (2006), Epsilon Pi Tau International Honorary

Member (2005-2008), Association for Career and Technical Education

Ambassador (2002-2003), Clemson University School of Education

Board Member (2000-2001), Service Learning Collaborative Forum

Treasurer/Member (1999-2003), Clemson University Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association


Paul T. Hiser Exemplary Publication Award, Epsilon Pi Tau: International Honor Society for Professions in Technology (2020).

Distinguished Technology Educator (DTE), International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (2019).

Paul T. Hiser Exemplary Publication Award, Epsilon Pi Tau: International Honor Society for Professions in Technology (2019).

Paul T. Hiser Exemplary Publication Award, Epsilon Pi Tau: International Honor Society for Professions in Technology (2017).

Best Presentation Award (2016). International Education Conference, Venice Italy.

Best Paper Award (2016). International Education Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Editors Award (2015). Engineering Design Graphics Division of the American Society of Engineering Educators.

Paul T. Hiser Exemplary Publication Award, Epsilon Pi Tau: International Honor Society for Professions in Technology (2015).

Virginia Tech Scholar of the Week. Virginia Tech Office of the Vice President for Research. (November 23, 2015)

Virginia Tech Graduate Advising Excellence Award Finalist (2015).

Silvius-Wolansky Outstanding Publication Award. Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education (2013).

Leader to Watch. International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (2013).

Technical Foundation of America Scholar (2008).

Early Career Leader. Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education (2008)

Community Service Award. Athens Drive High School, Wake County NC Public Schools (2006).

Bright Ideas Award. Wake Electric Cooperative (2004).

John Logan Marshall Award. Highest GPA in the Department of Technology and Human Resource Development, Clemson University (2002).

Service Learning Collaborative Award. Service Learning Collaborative of South Carolina (2001).