As Director of Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship at Bucknell University I am responsible for providing leadership, direction, planning, and oversight for the wide-range of outreach, consultation, instruction and support programs of the educational technology and digital scholarship work group including digital pedagogy, digital scholarship, and focused programs in GIS and video.
A native of the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts, I came to Bucknell from The College of Wooster where I served as Director of Instructional Technology. Prior to Wooster I worked at Washington & Jefferson College where I managed the Academic Technology group within Information Technology Services. From 2004-2006 I worked as an Academic Technology Consultant in the Center for Instructional Technology at Duke University where I helped implement the Duke iPod project (Duke Digital Initiative). Before joining Duke, I was a faculty member at Cary Academy where I taught history, coached the cross country and track and field teams; I also helped establish a technology program for Wake County high school students.
In my free time I enjoy traveling (especially trips to Europe), reading, architecture, photography and watching bad reality television.