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Paul Fisher – Seton Hall University

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For someone who hasn’t taken a class there in 25 years, Paul Fisher sure knows a lot about how Seton Hall University educates its students. As the university’s associate CIO, he should. From his days of helping to develop one of the first 1:1 laptop programs in the U.S. to assisting Seton Hall quickly shift […]

Patrick Jones – Valley Park School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

During his days as an elementary school physical education teacher, Patrick Jones found he needed more than a gym to get his point across. So, in a move that was unusual at the time, he created web pages and PowerPoint presentations. While that led to a promotion, it wasn’t the one he was looking for. […]

Patricia Ciuffo –Touro College

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It can be as simple as clicking on the wrong email to spark a cyberattack, Patricia Ciuffo of Touro College warns. That’s all it took in a recent hack in Lake City, Florida, that shut the local government down for days and resulted in a $460,000 paid ransom. Yet forewarned is forearmed to Ciuffo, Touro’s […]

Patricia Baia, Ph.D. – Albany Law School

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Since she was a kid growing up in upstate New York, Patty Baia knew she wanted to be a teacher. It was in her blood, she says, and when she started to travel down her chosen career path, what got really exciting was exploring the process of teaching others how to teach. Adult learners, to […]

Patrick Perry – California State University’s Chancellors Office

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Patrick Perry is a smart guy with just a bit of a mental bone to chew on. The question before him is figuring out the best way to meet and transform the technological needs of the California State University system and make technology resources easily accessible to students at the same time. No small task. […]

Peter Santos – Providence Public Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

They call him “Positive Pete,” a name befitting a lovable cartoon character or a super hero—and in some ways you could say he is. Peter Santos has earned the nickname with his welcoming and upbeat leadership style, as well as his flexibility and dedication to finding solutions to the toughest problems. “I take a positive […]

Paul Foster – Springfield Public Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Paul Foster remembers one of his “Aha!” moments. It happened in one of the district’s older elementary schools, one with coat closets just off the classrooms. As he entered the third-grade class, Foster noticed a small group of children sitting along the wall beneath the coat pegs, talking quietly into their laptops. Foster asked the […]

Phil Ventimiglia – Georgia State University

Est. reading time: 5 mins

College students today can meet someone at a party or a bar and, out of the thousands or even tens of thousands of young people in the area, find them the next day on Facebook or Twitter with a few swipes of the finger. Yet they often struggle to do digital academic research. Phil Ventimiglia, […]


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