Don has an extensive background spanning over 22 years in higher education computing. He began his career with Apple Computer, Inc. in their Systems Engineering group supporting universities in the Midwest. Since then he has managed IT teams and programs at the University of Chicago, MIAD and Marquette University. Today Don is an IT Supervisor at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Don served as co-chair for WiscNet’s Internet2 K20 Working Group and was a moderator for the 2007 Future Technologies Conference session: Integrating Art into the Teaching of Math, Science and other Disciplines enabled by Internet2 in Madison Wisconsin. This session included live HD video conferencing to The Cleveland Museum of Art.
At the 2012 UW-System ResNet Conference Don presented UWM’s digital lifestyle survey that revealed student-resident technology trends over the last three years. He also presented at UWM’s Data and Dessert regarding web analytics.
Don has presented to the American Library Association, the Business School at Marquette University and Graduate Program in Computer Science. As an adjunct instructor he taught a full undergraduate semester at MIAD and continuing education classes Marquette University. He is a former instructor at Northwestern University’s Technology in Learning and Teaching (TiLT) program.
Don is a graduate from The University of Toledo. In 2012 he participated in the EDUCAUSE Institute’s Management Program in Boston. He also completed Contracting for Cloud Computing Services coursework in the Engineering & Technology Continuing Education program at UCLA.
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