October 2014-Present: Manager, Curriculum and Training Development, General Dynamics Information Technology, Ft. Knox, KY
August 2013-October 2014: Senior Military Science Instructor, Engility Corporation, Marion Military Institute, Department of Military Science, Marion, AL
August 2012-August 2013: Recruiting Operations Officer, Engility Corporation, Marion Military Institute, Department of Military Science, Marion, AL
December 2010-August 2012: Assistant Professor of Military Science, U.S. Army Cadet Command, Marion Military Institute, Department of Military Science, Marion, AL
Publications and Proceedings
Administrative and Teaching Experience
"I believe that education, therefore, is a process of living and not preparing for future living"
- John Dewey, My Pedagogic Creed (1897)
Ed.M. Teachers College, Columbia University
Exp. 2017 Interdisciplinary Studies in Education, concentrations in Adult Learning and Instructional Technology
Advisors: Prof. Lyle Yorks, Ed.D. and Prof. Ellen Meier, Ed.D.
M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University
2015 Computing in Education
Advisor: Prof. Howard Budin, Ed.D.
B.S. Judson College
2009 Criminal Justice, Minor in Military Science
Advisor: Prof. John Webber, J.D.
A.S. Marion Military Institute
2006 General Studies
Master of Arts thesis in Computing in Education (unpublished). “Technological Abstinence in the Age of Technology: Fostering Equity In the Pedagogy of Steiner-Waldorf.”
Clemons, A. (submitted for Review). “In Tandem: How Instructional-Design Theories and Processes Can Systematically Coincide”. Journal of Applied Instructional Design.
Clemons, A. (in preparation). “Perpetuating Adult Learning: Assessing the Roles and Responsibilities of Stewarding Continuity in Adult Education In the Context of St. Thomas Aquinas and John Donne”.
Clemons, A. (2013). “Operational Contract Support: Looking Forward By Looking Back”. Army Sustainment Magazine. October 2013.
Clemons, A. (2012). “The American Taxation Model: A Perspective In Methods of Federal Finance and Deficit Stabilization”. Proceedings of the 50th Annual Southeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference. Charleston, SC.