Jordan MroziakAdjunct Professor of Musicianship
Mary Pappert School of Music
School of Music 202
Education:Ed.D., Instructional Technology, Duquesne University, 2012
M.M., Music Technology, Digital Pedagogy, Duquesne University, 2008
B.M., Musich Technology, Duquesne University, 2006
Jordan Mroziak is Adjunct Professor of Musicianship at Duquesne University and Coordinator of Student Services in the School of Music. He is currently pursuing an Ed.D. in Instructional Technology at Duquesne University with an emphasis on popular culture studies. He designed a new course for the university core curriculum, Rock & Roll: An Unruly History. He designed and teaches courses in Duquesne's City Music Center Music Technology Program , an iPad-based program for middle and high school students. Graduating Magna Cum Laude from Duquesne University, Jordan attained a Masters degree in Digital Music Pedagogy and is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda Music Honor Society. He has assisted producer Sean McDonald on various live recording sessions with artists such as Little Richard, Ben E. King, Soul Asylum, and Jesse Malin. Jordan aids in professional development of faculty involving implementations of technology in their pedagogy. He has presented at the ISTE and ATMI conferences on music technology, creative informal pedagogy, the TPACK model, and related topics. Other work includes his participation in Arts Educator 2.0, a professional development project that seeks to aid art teachers in the K-12 field with their usage of technology in the classroom. His informal education project, take pART, recently received grant funding in order to work at various locations in the Pittsburgh area educating youth about digital/physical art creation and media literacy.