As someone who is well-acquainted with the building, repair and maintenance of drones, R. Curtis Sparling can appreciate the unique perspective they can give their operators from several thousand feet in the air.
As the new head of the Rogers State University’s Technology & Justice Studies Department, Sparling brings his own unique perspective and vision when it comes to what he sees for the future of his department.
“I became department head on the first of August, so I’ve been in the position for a little over a month,” Sparling said. “I believe that we in higher education are at a precipice, if you will, specifically with regards to workforce development, and our department is poised to meet many of those emerging workforce needs in northeastern Oklahoma.
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