Dr. Bruso serves as Associate Dean of Online Education for the College of Arts & Sciences. She has worked at Regent University since 1998, first with the School of Education and later with the Center for Teaching & Learning. During that time, she has been in various roles related to the design, development, and implementation of high-quality, effective online courses and programs.
Bruso received her Doctor of Philosophy in Instructional Design & Technology from Old Dominion University, and her Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Regent University. Her research interests include self-regulated learning, technology integration, performance evaluation, and faculty development.
Bruso is a true native of the Hampton Roads—born and raised in the Virginia Beach area. She and her husband have three adult children, two sons and a daughter. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, board games, church activities, and spending time with family and friends.
2018 Twenty-year Service Award, Regent University
2018 Employee of the Month, Regent University
Bruso, J., & Stefaniak, J. (2016). The use of self-regulated learning measure questionnaires as a predictor of academic success. Tech Trends, 60(6), 577–584.
“A Comprehensive Orientation to Address Diverse Student Needs,” chapter contribution in Quality Enhancing Practices in Distance Education – Volume II, Instructional Telecommunications Council, 2001.
Unleashing the Possibilities: New Instructional Design Tools and Techniques, School of Education, Regent University, June 2014 (Presenter)
Accelerated Course Best Practices, School of Education, Regent University, June 2014 (Presenter)
Unleashing the Power of Bb Collaborate, School of Education, Regent University, June 2014 (Presenter)
Redefining Literacy for the 21st Century, 2005 Revitalizing Christian Education Conference, Virginia Beach, VA (Invited Speaker)
2003 Interactive Technologies, Society for Applied Learning Technologies, Arlington, VA, August 2003 (Invited speaker)