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Executive Director Of Academic Technology

Beth Gordon, Executive Director Of Academic Technology

Beth Gordon is the Executive Director for Academic Technology and the Co-Director of ePortfolios at Pace University. Beth has been an ePortfolio enthusiast for the past ten years assisting faculty with the pedagogical issues involved in using technology to enhance instruction. Take a look at Beth's ePortfolio to get to know her better!

Pleasantville Staff

Dr. John Blackwell received his Ph.D. in Exercise Science from the University of Iowa, and taught sport biomechanics for many years at the University of San Francisco, the University of Texas at El Paso and the University of Illinois. His main area of research relates to the epidemiology of musculo-tendinous injury. After teaching, he earned his M.S. in Internet Technology at Pace, and he worked as a technical support specialist for private companies. He is also a member of the Actors’ Equity Association and performs in theater productions when possible.

Jessica Ready-Jackson joined the Academic Technology team in July 2018. Having earned her M.S. in Educational Studies at Mercy College, she worked in the Registrar’s Office of a medical university for over ten years. As an undergraduate student at SUNY Fredonia, she studied classical singing and worked in the Academic Advising and Admissions offices. When not at work, Jessica spends time enjoying Westchester County’s recreational activities with her family. To learn more about her, please visit her ePortfolio page.

New York City Staff

Christopher Alice joined the Academic Technology department in June 2018 after receiving his MBA from HEC Paris. Previously, he had spent 12 years as a freelance teacher, writer and communications consultant in Tokyo and Eastern Europe. He is interested in technology’s potential to increase the availability of education for those whose schedules or location limit their access to traditional learning. In his free time, he enjoys linguistics and mountain-climbing.