Education

Raymond McCarthy

Associate Professor & Doctor of Education Graduate Program Director

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Education

EdD, University of Massachusetts/Amherst, 2007

Administration Practicum Completed, University of Massachusetts/Amherst, 2003

MS, Technology Education, Central Connecticut State University,; 2001

BS, Industrial Arts Education, Central Connecticut State College, 1976

Experience

Prior to joining the Regis College faculty, Dr. Ray McCarthy was a Senior Fellow at Northeastern University in Boston where he taught online and hybrid courses. He has experience teaching at the Masters level from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Fitchburg State University and also at the high school and middle school level in Massachusetts and Connecticut. He is a member of many professional organizations including past president of MassTEC, Member of the Governor’s STEM Advisory Council Diversity Subcommittee, member DOE MCAS 8th grade Science, Technology & Engineering Test Review Committee, and Curriculum Consultant K-4 Muddy Brook Elementary School, Great Barrington, MA.  He has conducted Professional Development School Climate/Culture and Digital Imaging workshops and has created an Adaptive Education Course for a Quadriplegic Student. In addition, he has coached varsity soccer, varsity softball, and junior high basketball and been a Student Council Adviser.

Awards/Honors

Nominated for Northeastern University Teaching Excellence Award 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Horace Mann Grant: Pre-Engineering course at Quaboag Regional High School, Warren, MA 1990

Teacher of the Year 1983 Quaboag Regional High School

Publications

McCarthy, R. & Berger, J. (2008). Moving Beyond Cultural Barriers: Successful Strategies of Female Technology Education Teachers. Journal of Technology Education Vol. 19 No. 2, Spring 2008.

McCarthy, R. (2009). Beyond Smash and Crash: Gender Friendly Tech-Ed. The Technology Teacher, ITEA. Reston, VA Raymond R. McCarthy, EdD 4

McCarthy, R. & Slater, R. (2010). Beyond Smash and Crash: Part Two. The Technology Teacher, ITEEA. Reston, VA

Presentations

ITEA Conference, Kansas City, MO. 2005, The Galileo Project

ITEA Conference, Baltimore, MD. 2006, Digital Imaging and Videos

ITEA Conference, San Antonio, TX, 2007. Unexpected Transitions; Moving Beyond Cultural Barriers

MassTEC Conference, Fitchburg State College, 2007. Beyond Smash and Crash: Gender Friendly Tech-Ed

MassTEC Conference, Fitchburg State College, 2008. Technology Education 2020—Where we want to be twelve years from now.

ITEA Conference, Louisville, KY. March 2009. Beyond Smash and Crash: Gender Friendly Tech-Ed

MassTEC Conference, Fitchburg State College, October 2009. Beyond Smash and Crash: Part Two

ITEEA Conference, Charlotte, NC. March 2010. Beyond Smash and Crash: Part Two

MAVA Conference, Marlborough, MA, June 2010. Engineering & Technology

ITEEA Conference, Minneapolis, MN March 2011. Career Awareness is Job #1.

MASS Conference, Mashpee, MA July 10, 2012 Virtual Distance Education

MassTEC Conference, Fitchburg State University, 2012. Two workshops: Technology/Engineering Education Laboratories for the 21st Century and Share-a-thon

ITEEA Conference, Columbus OH. March 2013. Marketing the T&E of STEM and Why a Higher Ed Degree for T&E?

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