Christian is the Instructional Technology Lead Coordinator for the School of Education. His mission is to lead, coordinate and monitor instructional technology projects and services.
Christian is responsible for evaluating, developing, and implementing workshops on how to integrate and use instructional technologies for teaching and learning effectively, while collaborating, consulting, and providing instructional support to faculty and supporting student technology needs. Further, Christian collaborates with the Instructional Learning Assistant to support classroom technologies and manages the daily operations of the Brandon Center.
Outside of work, Christian enjoys movies, traveling and biking, swimming, hiking, canoeing, spending time with friends and family, and enjoys reading about Egyptian history. He also celebrates meeting new people and learning about cultures, and is an avid auto enthusiast.
Christian has previous experience as an eLearning Specialist at Henry Ford College and at Wayne State University. In these roles, he supported and assisted faculty with designing courses for online and blended learning modalities. He also trained and mentored students and faculty on how to use instructional technologies. Christian also has previous experience as an AV/Information Technology Specialist and Library Media Technician in the K-12 space.
Christian earned his Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Oakland University, a Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology, and an Online Teaching Certificate from Wayne State University.