Dr. Janne Hall is an adjunct at Texas Southern University. She teaches undergraduate electrical and computer engineering courses. She is also a committee member for the implementation of new engineering programs. Dr. Hall earned a BS in electronic engineering and a MS in computer science from Texas Southern University, and a PhD in electrical engineering from Jackson State University.
Dr. Hall worked as a RF (Radio Frequency) Engineer in the cellular communications industry for several years. Performing optimization, signal strength testing and performance of cellular towers.
Dr. Hall is part of the inaugural cohort for the NSF and ASEE eFellow Postdoctoral Fellowship program. Where she is conducting research to discover evidence-based pathways to achieve racial equity, and address formation and population parity of underrepresented groups (blacks/females) within and across academia and industry. Also addressing how to alleviate developmentally challenges of identity, resilience, resistance, and other barriers to success for those underrepresented. Research interest also include cybersecurity for critical infrastructures in the U.S.
Dr. Hall served as a panelist for the GlobalMinded- STEM Equity Event: Building the Talent Pipeline: Black Students in STEM webinar. Dr. Hall is an ASEE and former IEEE member.