If you ever see Salim in Lowry, ask him to tell you more about his home country, Morocco. He is the friendliest cat person you will meet on campus. He is a Junior currently working towards a major in computer science and a possible minor in data science. Outside of class, he is a part of the living wage club, the effective altruism club, and the ballroom dance club. While he specializes in fullstack web development and unity, Salim can help with a varieties of software and technologies.
Maira continues her journey at Wooster as an Ed Tech Associate after graduating this past May 2018 with her BA in Theater and Dance. Her involvement with AR, VR, and 3D focus hones her future goals in game development and interactive media. She hopes to bring more interest and utilization through workshops and outreach to use more AR and 3D printing to campus in all areas of study.
Megan returns to Wooster after completing a Master’s in History with a concentration in Public History at Kent State University. Megan will work with faculty, students, and staff to facilitate the development of skills and critical applications of technology specifically in the humanities and arts.
Todd is currently a biology major in the College of Wooster. He is probably going for pre-Vet because he feels that animals are more worth saving than human. Music is his second interest, and thus he can help you with Audacity and stuff like that. He, much like everyone else in this college, is old enough to experience both of the world’s largest operating systems so he can also help you with Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, or Macintosh’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.
“Todd Le is the coolest person I’ve ever known”
The 14th Dalai Lama
Sofia is part of Wooster’s Global Nomad program, calling both Springfield, VA and Nairobi, Kenya home. She’s interested in English, anthropology, and film. Sofia would happily help you with Word, Powerpoint, Final Cut, and iMovie.
As an Educational Technologist Emily is responsible for advancing the use of technology for faculty, students, and staff. She assists faculty in identifying, selecting, and using educational and instructional technologies that complement their pedagogical approaches. Through workshops, classroom visits, and a team of Student Technology Assistants, Emily helps our students to develop abilities to critically assess, choose, and use technologies for developing and communicating knowledge and insight. Emily assesses technology education needs of staff and provides technology education and professional development opportunities for them.