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Employee Directory: Jeffrey Laube

jlaube@alaska.edu
P: (907) 262-0365
Location: Career and Technical Center (CTEC) 104G
Campus: Kenai River Campus

Jeffrey Laube

Associate Professor of Process Technology


Office Location

Career and Technical Center (CTEC) 104G


Office Hours

  • Monday: 09:00 am - 09:45 am, 11:20 am - 01:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:20 am - 01:00 pm, 09:00 am - 09:45 am

Biography

Jeffrey Laube joined the KPC Process Technology department in 2009. Before that, Professor Laube was employed for twenty-two years working in the process industries. He worked at the Agrium Kenai Nitrogen Plant as an ammonia board operator and in the maintenance department. He also assisted his former Agrium co-workers to find new jobs when Agrium closed.


Expertise

  • Maintains high quality Blackboard shells for all courses
  • Arrange and conducts process facility tours for students every semester
  • Uses technology in teaching like: Screencast-O-Matic, You Tube, Camtasia, Elive, Facebook, texting, iPads, and computers
  • Strong background in process technology; start-ups / shutdowns / manufacturing processes / maintenance
  • Hard-working team player with great communication skills
  • Strengths: training adults / explaining technical skills / public speaking
  • Computer skills include: IC3 certified, Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Camtasia, Simtronics, Blackboard, and SAP

Quality Matters approved courses

  • PRT A101 Introduction to Process Technology - Blended & WEB delivered
  • PRT A130 Process Technology I: Equipment - Blended & WEB delivered
  • PRT A250 Process Troubleshooting - Blended & WEB delivered

Education

  • 2014 - Master of Career & Technical Education from University of Alaska Anchorage
  • 1993 - Bachelor of Science in Radio, TV, Film Production from University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
  • 1982 - Associates of Applied Science in Communication Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering

Achievements


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