Tiffany Casey, Ed.D.

Tiffany Casey, Ed.D. (no photo)

Adjunct Faculty

School of Education

Academic Credentials

Ed.D. in Education, Northeastern University; M.S. in Industrial Technology, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University; B.S. in Industrial Technology, South Carolina State University


Civil Engineering & Architecture, University of South Carolina; Principles of Engineering, Duke University; Introduction to Engineering, Duke University


Dr. Tiffany Casey is an Adjunct Professor for the School of Education Ed.D. programs at Marymount University. She is also a Technology and Engineering Education teacher for the public schools in Virginia. She has a Doctor of Education in Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, & Leadership. She has a strong background in Engineering and STEM with many years of experience working in the industry, K-12, and in higher education. Dr. Casey taught in the following departments at South Carolina State University: Industrial Technology, Technology Education, Industrial and Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering. She also taught in the following departments at ITT Technical Institute: Drafting and Computer Aided Design and Information Technology. She has served as the Site Coordinator and teacher for the Project Lead the Way (Engineering) program. Dr. Casey received the Standing Ovation Award for going above and beyond for her K-12 students and 1st Distinguished Female Professor of the Year Award from South Carolina State University. She also served as the Director of the youth department for 8 years and has authored a book titled, “Mary the Mother of Jesus”.

Teaching Areas

Education, Technology Education, Project Lead the Way (PLTW), STEM, Engineering, Industrial Technology 

Research Interests

Education and Technology 


Northeastern University. (2019). “The Effectiveness of Alternative Routes to Teacher Certification”.


Fulton Books, (2022). “Mary the Mother of Jesus”.