Dr. Laurie S. Watts


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Dr. Laurie S. Watts

Dr. Laurie S. Watts

Associate Vice President of Information Technology

Professor of Educational Technology

Office: HSC 290.
Office Phone: 504-816-8180
Fax: 504-816-8187
E-Mail: lawatts@nobts.edu


  • Masters of Information Systems Management, University of Phoenix Online, February 2006
  • Executive Concentration in Technology Management, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, November 2000
  • Doctorate of Philosophy, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, LA, May 1996
  • Masters of Divinity in Christian Education, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, LA, May 1988
  • Bachelor o f Arts in Psychology and Religion, Judson College, Marion, AL, May 1984
  • Diploma, Scott Preparatory, Opelika, AL, May 1981

Teaching Experience

  • Adjunct Faculty for Leavell College and Graduate studies in Christian Education
  • Professor of Educational Technology

Teaching Specializations

  • Christian Education
  • Technology

Ministry Experience

  • New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, LA employed since May 1985
  • Elysian Fields Avenue Baptist Church, New Orleans, LA employed part-time May, 1987-March, 1997. Position: Minister of Children
  • Louisiana Baptist Convention, Alexandria, LA. Position: Acteen Small Group Conference Leader - Puppets, October 1996
  • Greater Association of Greater New Orleans, New Orleans, LA. Position: Volunteer Leader for VBS Training Events, 1993-1995.
  • Siloam Baptist Church, Marion, AL June-December 1983. Position: Ministerial Internship in Youth and Children.
  • Alabama Baptist Convention, Music Division, Shocco Springs Camp, Summers of 1981-1983. Position: Counselor....

Additional Specialized Training

  • SPSS Advanced Statistics Training, Atlanta, GA, 2001
  • Great Plains System Administration, Philadelphia, PA, 2001
  • E-College, Train the Trainer Program, Denver, CO, 1999
  • Microsoft Certification Classes, New Orleans, LA, 1998-2000
  • ABT Campus, 1994 and PowerCampus 1998-1999, Philadelphia, PA
  • FoxPro 1.5 Programming , Application Developers, Atlanta, GA 1994
  • Southern Association of College and University Business Officers, College Business Management Institute, Lexington, KY 1991
  • IBM, System 38, RPGIII, New Orleans, LA, 1988
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