NEWS AND EVENTS - ISSUE 214

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SGU wins ExamSoft's Excellent Educator Award!

Ms. Teah Cummings, an Educational Technology Specialist within the Educational Computing Team, Office of Information Technology was recognized for her dedication to the successful implementation of ExamSoft here at St. George's University....more

Energize Your Teaching and Learning Environment in 3 sessions or Less

The Educational Computing Team, a sub-division of the Office of Information Technology, is dedicated to improving methods of teaching and learning at St. George's University, through greater utilization of cutting-edge technology. With this in mind, ECT developed the Teaching with Technology Tuesdays (TwTT) series. The focus of the TwTT sessions from Spring 2013 to Spring 2014 was mobile learning. In Spring 2015, a new series entitled Energizing the Teaching and Learning Experience was presented utilizing the flipped classroom style of teaching and learning....more

ECT Upcoming Events

My Diploma, Please!

In a collaborative effort with the Registrar's Office and the Enterprise Technology Division of IT, an enhanced Graduation Application form has been developed within Student Self Service....more

Patient Encounter Tracking

At the direction of Dean Weitzman and Dr. Christopher Magnifico, an enhanced Patient Encounter tracking system has been developed.   The new web-enabled system will work on all smart devices. Since the application is easily accessed from any location, students will be able to record their experience in real-time....more

Curriculum Mapping

The Project Management Office (PMO) is supporting the School of Medicine (SOM) with the implementation of a systematic approach to curriculum mapping. Curriculum mapping is a process for collecting and recording curriculum-related data that identifies core skills and content taught, processes employed, and assessments used for each subject area and grade level....more

University Documents get a New Look!

From transcripts and tuition bills, to invoices, purchase orders, and checks, the University has been leveraging software from Evisions, Inc. to produce documents....more

Focus on Business Intelligence (BI)

Working with functional leadership, the Business Intelligence team analyzes university-wide needs for data and applies the technological resources to collect and organize the data in a way that helps drive intelligent business decisions....more

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

All of our recent hires are passionate about Information Technology and will make great additions to our support for the SGU community.

Amanda Edwards - Receptionist

Amanda worked as a Registration Clerk during the Spring 2016 registration period. She holds a Diploma in Secretarial Studies Level 2 and a Elementary Certificate in Typewriting.

Jerod Friday - Help Desk Analyst Level I

Jerod currently provides Help Desk support services to the SGU community in a temporary capacity. He has a background in music, radio and TV productions and holds an Associates Degree in Information Technology from T.A. Marryshow Community College and also a Bachelors in Information Technology from St. George's University.

Mark Henry - Software Developer in the Enterprise Technology

We are pleased to announce that Mark Henry has recently joined the Department of Information Technology as a Software Developer in the Enterprise Technology division. Mark received his Bachelor's in Applied Math and Statistics from SUNY Stony Brook. Mark's background and experience, especially his strong Oracle PL/SQL developer skills, will make a valuable addition to our team. Welcome Mark!

Germima Martin - Help Desk Analyst Level I

Germima Martin joined the Information Technology department in April of 2007 in the capacity as Receptionist. At that time, she was responsible for creating and issuing ID cards to staff, faculty, and the student body. As the Receptionist, she was the welcoming voice and face of the department.

Being around the "geeks", Germima showed interest in the support field, and started taking on additional responsibilities. She began providing basic support to faculty, staff, and students and was available to assist the Help Desk, as required. In 2012, Germima pursued online education at the Penn Foster Career School and received a Computer Support Technician diploma in 2013.

In February of 2016, Germima was promoted to the position of Help Desk Analyst Level I. Congratulations Germima!