Christine Schubert-Logue

Christine Schubert-Logue earned a m​aster’s degree in information technology systems from Tarleton State University and a bachelor’s degree in sociology and criminal justice from the University of South Carolina in Aiken, S.C. She began working at Dallas College in 2001 as an adjunct faculty member and became a full-time faculty member at El Centro in 2007. Ms. Schubert-Logue has also taught at Tarrant County College-Hurst, Richland, Collin College-Preston Ridge and North Harris College-Tomball.

Related professional experience includes seven years of supervisory experience in information technology at the Country Store; a year as an independent contractor for Books are Fun; six years as an instructional associate in Computer Information Technology at El Centro; and 11 years in supervision, training and record-keeping as a sergeant for Aiken Public Safety in Aiken, S.C. At Tarrant County College, she was a senior grant staff member for the National Science Foundation Convergence Technology Grant. Ms. Schubert-Logue has been a guest speaker at conferences across the United States.

She holds credentials and certifications as a Cisco Certified Academy Instructor (CCAI) and Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA). Ms. Schubert-Logue has completed all Cisco Instructor-level training required to teach Cisco Networking Academy courses in CCNA, CCNA Security and IT Essentials.

Awards and honors include a NISOD award for Excellence in Teaching, Excellence in Teaching Award for Adjunct Faculty for El Centro’s Information Technology Programs Systems and Support Division, and El Centro ​Excellence in Teaching Award for Adjunct Faculty. Ms. Schubert-Logue was a member of the Epsilon Delta Pi Honor Society in computer science and Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in business administration at Tarleton State University.