Case Studies Education

Adam Gerson – Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School

When Adam Gerson graduated from Ithaca College with a background in computer programming, he assumed he’d go to a tech start-up where he’d engineer groundbreaking software, get stock options and play ping-pong on his lunch breaks. It wasn’t an unreasonable expectation. Before he’d finished college, Gerson interned at a booming tech start-up that promised him […]

Adam McMickell – Ogden City School District

As the K-12 instructional technology specialist for a district with more than 12,000 students in Ogden, Utah, it’s Adam McMickell’s job to promote learning and engagement through the use of cutting-edge digital education platforms for both students and teachers. A Google Certified Educator, Trainer and Administrator, McMickell oversees all of Ogden City School District’s (OCSD) […]

AJ Phillips — Prince William County Public Schools

Located in Manassas, Virginia, the Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) are home to 88,000-plus students and 95 schools, making the district the second largest in Virginia and the 36th largest in the nation. There have been many changes in the district in the last decade or so, including the construction of 22 new schools […]

Aldona Valicenti – Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

Every year, the largest horse auction in the world takes place in Lexington, Kentucky, the “Horse Capital of the World” and the epicenter of Kentucky’s estimated $4 billion horse industry. In 2006, the most expensive horse ever auctioned, The Green Monkey, was sold for $16 million at Fasig-Tipton, one of Lexington’s two world-renowned equine auction […]

Andrea Campbell – Keuka College

Depending on whom you ask, a college degree is either an overpriced piece of paper—a ticket to 20 years of hemorrhaging salary to pay down student loans—or an absolute must, without which professional success is near-unattainable. As the narratives surrounding higher education become ever more muddied, millions of would-be undergrads are left searching for clarity; […]

Anthony Hambey – Birmingham-Southern College

When you tell the faculty at your liberal arts college that you’re going to replace all of the computers in their offices, classrooms and technology labs, including computers that have years of data and research stored on them, there are basically two options. Be very, very specific, or brace for chaos. Anthony Hambey, vice president […]

Bernie Castro – Cumberland County College

Bernie Castro began his career in information technology while he was still pursuing his undergraduate degree in business management at William Paterson University in New Jersey. Working as a student technology consultant, Castro trained faculty on various educational technology tools to be applied in the classrooms. It was at this position that Castro found his […]

Bill Anderson — Saint Michael’s College

Saint Michael’s College sits on a pristine 440-acre campus just outside of Burlington in Colchester, Vermont. Since 1904 the small liberal arts and sciences school has served students within a close-knit community. Saint Michael’s is currently home to 2,000 undergrads and more than 500 commuter and graduate students. With an 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio, Saint Michael’s […]

Bill McCreary – University of Toledo

On a typical day at University of Toledo, Bill McCreary might find himself meeting about anything from product pricing and network router changes to game development, virtual reality and the management of cadaveric specimens. “I have not found anybody who has a job quite like this at the university level,” says McCreary, vice president, chief […]

Cabarrus County Schools

When it comes to IT, Cabarrus County Schools has three major things going for it—or rather, three people: Dr. Katherine “Kelly” Propst, Michael Stocks and Adam Harkey. The trio has a unique management style, which helped build the most robust school district IT network in the state and keeps 36,000 devices up and running. Propst, […]

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