Ms. Dubay has been teaching for nine years, and two years in the Division of Cross-Disciplinary Studies. Her research interests includes Appalachian cultural values, Appalachian literature, Appalachian religious traditions (serpent-handling), and Appalachian community traditions (quilting, canning, music festivals, etc). She is currently a candidate for an EdD in Instructional Design; her dissertation focus is "Appalachian cultural values and how those values inspire or encourage persistence in an online course" with a mixed methods approach.
She is married, has one son, and two shih tzus. She enjoys traveling, blogging, attending concerts, and singing karaoke.