Meet the FDC Staff
Erik Palmore has been with Webster for 9 years and has had the pleasure of traveling to dozens of Webster locations worldwide. He has a Master's in Education Technology Leadership from The George Washington University.
Amy Jones joined the Faculty Development Center staff in the summer of 2013. Before working at Webster, Amy was an instructional designer for the Southern Illinois University Center for Teaching Excellence, and served as a course development consultant and faculty member for the SIU School of Journalism. Amy is also a Veteran of the United States Army. She has a BS in Advertising/Integrated Marketing Communications, and an M.S.Ed in Instructional Design, both from Southern Illinois University.
Chris Jones joined the Faculty Development Center in the summer of 2009. Prior to to working for Webster, Chris worked as a multimedia lab technician for the departments of Graphic Design and Educational Technology at Central Connecticut State University, where he later taught Educational Technology courses to preservice teachers. Chris has an AS in Computer Animation, a BS in Secondary Education/Social Science, and an MS in Educational Technology.
Elvir Mandzukic joined Webster University in February 2008 as an Instructional Support Specialist for the School of Education. Holds an AAS IS (Computer Networking) from St. Louis Community College, BSBA (Marketing, International Business) and M.Ed. (Secondary Education, Educational Technology) from University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Ryan has been a member of the Faculty Development Center since 2007. Prior to working in the FDC, Ryan worked as a documentation specialist in the User Services department. Ryan currently has a BA in Music and a Masters in Education Technology.
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