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Full Time Staff
Ryan is the assistant director for Instructional Technology Services and Web Development at TCNJ. He most recently adjuncts for the School of Business, teaching Information Concepts and Database Management Systems, and sits on several TCNJ committees, as well as the NJEDge Annual Conference Program committee. He enjoys working with others on technology and exploring the many ways it can be used.
Suzanne is a Media Technician and has been a part of Instructional Technology Services for 24 years. She manages the student assistants and helps support classroom instruction with a variety of services available to the campus community.
Web Applications Developer
Valerian holds the position of Web Application Developer in the Instructional Technology Services department at the College of New Jersey. He manages web-based curriculum development projects, writes web applications, and provides support and training for faculty in the use of the learning management system and other course relevant technologies. His prior experience includes roles as a higher education information technology director, strategic planner, and teacher. He holds a Master’s degree in computer science from Kent State University.
Angela is a sophomore Interactive Multimedia major with a minor in Marketing. She is interested in examining the divide that exists between traditional and modern forms of art. Angela seeks to explore the methods to combine the two mediums and hopefully apply her skills to work as a creative director.
Alyssa is an Early Childhood Education and Psychology major. She is currently involved in New Jersey Christian Fellowship (NJCF). After graduation, she plans on becoming an elementary school teacher.
April is a Senior Communications Studies major, Marketing minor, and has a concentration in Health Communications. She has worked at ITS since freshman year and really enjoys being able to help students and faculty. After graduating she plans to continue on to graduate school to pursue a career in higher education either within student Affairs and administration or as a professor.
Gina is a sophomore history and secondary education major. She plays club field hockey and is a part of the She’s the First club and Alternate Break Club. After graduating she hopes to become a high school history teacher.