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Tom Cranmer – Richland School District Two

Richland School District Two may not have landed on primetime, but its own domestic version of ABC’s Shark Tank show is creating an educational frenzy of sorts. Dubbed R2 Innovates, the innovation incubator allows educators to support and fund promising new practices aimed at solving multifaceted problems. Around 28,000 students and faculty receive broad-based community […]

Tonjia Coverdale — Central State University

It was the fall semester of 2018 when Tonjia Coverdale stepped into a freshman English composition class at Central State University in Ohio. The room was bustling with activity, with students taking turns sharing the short stories that they had written with their peers using iMovie on iPads to create a video illustrating their creations. […]

Tony Moore – Xavier University of Louisiana

The way Tony Moore sees it, students enter college much like diamonds in the rough, but over their educational tenure they are cultivated—buffed and polished—and eventually emerge as gleaming new contributing members of society. As the vice president of technology administration at Xavier University of Louisiana—and with more than 13 years dedicated to higher ed—Moore […]

Tim Klan – Livonia Public Schools

And you thought you had a busy summer. Every summer for the last four years, Tim Klan has led the technology component, as Livonia Public Schools has undertaken not one school building renovation project, but five to six buildings for a total of 23 so far. From a tech perspective, that’s meant installing new everything—servers, […]

Tom DeChiaro – Drexel University

Admittedly, Tom DeChiaro leapt into a favorable situation in early 2016, becoming chief information officer and vice president at Drexel University and its then dotted line College of Medicine relationship, after distinguishing himself in two prior roles in academia and the private sector. Entrusted with the continuous fine-tuning of Drexel’s infotech—a vital component in the […]

Thomas Bunton – University of Arkansas at Little Rock

When the 12,000 students who attend the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) returned to school this August, the buildings and classrooms were largely unchanged, save for a few, mostly minor renovations. The window-laden Student Services Center still shimmered in the sun, while across the street people sauntered and splayed around the leafy park—just […]

Tom Pagano – Johnson County Community College

You’d have to strap on a Fitbit to know exactly the number of steps it takes to traverse the grassy green campus of Johnson County Community College (JCCC). But what about knowing the steps for getting a degree at the Kansas institution, where your studies are measured, traditionally, in course credits? For that, you might […]

Terry Rataiczak – Kinetic Networking/Washington State Community College

Don’t be fooled by the name; Washington State Community College is not located in the State of Washington, nor is it in America’s capital city. Instead, the institution of 2,200 students is situated in Marietta, Ohio, which is part of Washington County. The “state” part distinguishes it as a state school. So why not call […]

Travis Seekins – Hardin-Simmons University

It all began with a seemingly simple idea. An alumnus of Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, thought the school’s Division III football team, the Cowboys—winners of more titles than any other American Southwest Conference member—needed a scoreboard capable of supporting video. The idea quickly earned the backing of additional donors, and Hardin-Simmons’ leaders pulled the […]

The University of Alabama

When it comes to IT in the higher education setting, it’s just a simple fact: Technology is outpacing the culture. “Changes are occurring almost on a daily basis,” says John McGowan, who serves a tandem role as vice provost and chief information officer for the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, and associate vice chancellor for […]

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