Special guest, Dr. Clay Long, Administrator for the Idaho Division of Career and Technical Education met with Interim Dean Debbie Ronneburg to discuss the importance of CTE, or Career and Technical Education, in Idaho. With February as National CTE Month, Dr. Long provides the perfect lens for increasing awareness of exciting, in-demand and high paying careers in technology. Dr. Long highlights what Idaho CTE programs offer, the value of CTE to prospective students and employers, and opportunities for individuals of all ages to learn and grow through these specialized educational and career pathways.
Debbie Ronneburg was named Interim Dean of the College of Technology in January 2021 and will serve<br/>in this capacity until a national search is completed in mid-2023. In total, Debbie has worked at Idaho<br/>State University for more than 25 years, with a majority of her career in student services. She was named associate dean of the College of Technology in 2013, serving as Interim Associate Dean for one year prior to that. Before working in the dean’s office, she served as the director of Student Services in the College of Technology for 12 years and worked in Enrollment Planning for four years.<br/><br/>