Meet the eTerns
While eTern initially referred to ePortfolio interns, our student assistants are now trained to support an ever-growing list of technologies, including digital storytelling, web conferencing, and various other instructional technologies. Our team of eTerns spans across all campuses. The video below summarizes the eTern mission and their accomplishments.
To make an appointment with an eTern, contact email@example.com .
Andrew Linthwaite is a junior studying both history and political science. He enjoys listening to and creating music. If he’s not playing around with ePortfolio, he is very likely involved with a music program, like Logic or Audacity. You can learn a bit more about him by taking a look at his ePortfolio.
Hana Ljubicic is a junior childhood education major. Along with Academic Technology, Hana is involved in the Pace community in other ways. She is secretary of Future Educators Association, Special Events committee chair of Phi Sigma Sigma, a member of the Pforzheimer Honors College, and involved in the Pace Teaching Opportunity Corps. She showcases these activities, as well as her coursework in her ePortfolio. Hana's favorite Academic Technology tool is Digital Storytelling.
Adam Yogel is a recent addition to the Master's program in Media and Communication Program. He is currently serving as the Academic Technology Graduate Assistant and is working toward a career in documentary style television. He loves using his ePortfolio to tell his story and enjoys assisting fellow students in telling their stories through ePortfolio.
Megan Burke is an accounting student and eTern at Pace University. She started using ePortfolio in an English and marketing learning community and has been working as an eTern ever since. Her favorite technology tools include Prezi and Digital Storytelling. Get to know Megan by checking out her ePortfolio.
Pamela Marianelli Agbulos (“Nelli”) is excited to be part of the eTern family! A member of the Pforzheimer Honors College, Nelli is a double major in Political Science and Women’s Gender Studies, with a minor in Peace and Justice Studies. Her inspiration comes from her favorite superhero, Batman, and the world of “Star Wars”. When not advocating for justice, Nelli can be found delving into her artistic endeavors: such as photography, drawing, and painting, which can be viewed on her ePortfolio.