Center for Integrated Science, Engineering and Technology (CISET)
The CISET mission is to help GCU graduates acquire the mental disciplines and career preparedness to find and fulfill their purpose. CISET strives to:
- Develop graduates with broad, critical thinking and interpersonal skills combined with deep technical skills in their areas of concentration.
- Be a stimulus for growth and program enhancement at GCU.
- Integrate studies across multiple colleges and scholastic disciplines.
- Partner with corporations in curriculum development and to provide real problem solving experiences and internships.
Our effort is to make GCU a premier private Christian university for undergraduate education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
CISET will spearhead expansion of integrated STEM programs; serving as the nexus for GCU STEM initiatives and laying the foundation for a new college by 2016.
If you would like to learn more about CISET, email CISET@gcu.edu.
Executive Director, Center for Integrated Science, Engineering & Technology
Dr. Mobley has over 30 years of experience in both industrial and academic settings and as a consultant to the health care industry. Dr. Mobley is co-founder of eHealth Nexus, a health information services company, and was recently Associate Director and Industrial Liaison for the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University, being responsible for many operational elements in the formation of the new research institute. Formerly, Dr. Mobley held senior positions as Director of R&D at the Procter & Gamble Company, managing large divisions in their Health Care and Skin Beauty Care sectors. Dr. Mobley served on the Board of Directors of the Arizona BioIndustry Association and on the AZ Bioscience Roadmap Steering Committee. He obtained an M.S. in Chemical Physics from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia and a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Arizona State University.
Associate Director, Center for Integrated Science, Engineering & Technology
Haley Peebles has experience in business, health care, academics and mentoring and has worked at Grand Canyon University for the last eight years. She is now Associate Director of the Center for Integrated Science, Engineering and Technology. During her time teaching as Associate Professor, she was voted by the students, "Best Teacher at GCU" in 2012. Outside of the classroom Haley was involved as a leader for multiple mission trips related to areas of education and health care. As the founder of the GCU student organization, Pre-Health Professions Club and now the GCU chapter of AZ Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) which serves about 200 students all seeking health care careers. Haley is finishing her doctorate in Health Education at A.T. Still School of Health Management. She is very involved in the community and is currently serving on the Board of Trustees for Arizona Heart and Phoenix Baptist Hospital, Treasurer for the Arizona Science Teachers Association and advisory council for Peoria Unified School District CTE programs and Paradise Valley Crest High School.
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