Joe Seijo has been a member of the Pace staff since 1997. He is also an alumnus of Pace, having received a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and a Master's degree in Homeland Security. As Associate Director of Instructional Design, Joe works with the members of the Instructional Design team to provide support to faculty developing online courses for new and existing online programs. Having previously served in the Faculty Center at Pace for almost two decades, Joe worked with numerous faculty to assist them in online teaching instruction and incorporating instructional technology into their curriculum. He also developed and facilitates a Teaching Online Certification program at Pace designed to equip faculty with the essential skills needed for online teaching and learning. Joe also serves as an adjunct instructor for the Criminal Justice program in Dyson College.
Nancy Uhl is the Assistant Director of Instructional Design for Pace Online. She has earned a B.S. in Elementary Education from the State University of New York at Oneonta and an M.S. in Curriculum & Instruction from Pace University. With over twenty years of experience at Pace University in distance education, she has been instrumental in helping faculty transition their teaching to the online learning environment. Nancy focuses on ways to facilitate learning through effective and efficient uses of educational technology. She is responsible for managing and maintaining numerous courses in educational programs and supports Blackboard related functions, including training, programming and supporting the faculty with technical inquiries about educational technology related products. She has an expertise in Blackboard. She has written, designed and taught online seminars for several fully online programs at the Associates, Bachelors and Masters Levels to prepare students for the online learning environment.
Gregg holds a BS in Business Administration from Upper Iowa University. He also has a MS in Computer Science and Computer Systems (hardware/software) from Webster University. Gregg has a Ph.D. in Education Management from LaSalle University and spent 22+ years in the Air Force as a Special Operations Officer and computer systems developer. His team wrote several programs for the Weather Forecasting service in both Java and C++. After retiring from the Air Force due to a parachute accident, he went to work for a small private high school in west-central New Hampshire as the Vice President of Technical and Network Services. Gregg joined the faculty of Pace University in White Plains New York in 1999 and have been a full time instructor and course developer ever since.