Contact Us

To contact the #EmTechMOOC Team send an email to .

Contact the #EmTechMOOC Leadership Team:
Director & Principal Investigator
Roberta (Robin) Sullivan, Emerging Technologies Librarian and Head of Media Services
University at Buffalo Libraries, University at Buffalo

Assistant Director & Co-PI
Cherie van Putten, Instructional Designer
University Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT), Binghamton University

SUNY CPD Liaison
Chris Price, Academic Programs Manager
Center for Professional Development (CPD), State University of New York, SUNY

Additional members of the #EmTechMOOC Team:

LynnAaronRockland Community College
MyaAgardUniversity at Buffalo
EmilyColeUniversity at Buffalo
GailDelaporteNassau Community College
MonicaFairesUniversity at Buffalo
MariyamFerdousiUniversity at Buffalo
KatrinaFulcher-RoodSUNY Buffalo State
MarthaGreatrixUniversity at Buffalo
DevinHeistUniversity at Buffalo
DavinderKaurStony Brook University
JessicaKrugerUniversity at Buffalo
KelseyLent-MooreUniversity at Buffalo
MichelleLuceroUniversity at Buffalo
MollyMaloneyUniversity at Buffalo
TomMalteseNassau Community College
VictoriaNeuUniversity at Buffalo
ChristineMarcheseNassau Community College
RobPiorkowskiOpen SUNY
BinaRamamurthyUniversity at Buffalo
AnneReedUniversity at Buffalo
RachelRigolinoSUNY New Paltz
RebeccaRotundoUniversity at Buffalo
BryanSajeckiUniversity at Buffalo
JuliaSchoonoverUniversity at Buffalo
GinaSipleyNassau Community College
NicoleThomasUniversity at Buffalo
PatriceTorcivia PruskoCornell University
CindiTysickUniversity at Buffalo
FengrongYangUniversity at Buffalo

We would also like to thank:
The SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant (IITG) committee members and administration including Lisa Stephens, Senior Strategist, Academic Innovation, State University of New York (SUNY), and Assistant Dean for Digital Education, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University at Buffalo, for her leadership and coordination of the SUNY IITG program.

In addition, support for #EmTechMOOC has also been provided through a State University of New York/University at Buffalo Professional Pathways Planning Grant.

Thank you also to many others who helped with the project’s advancement.