THE 2011-12 OPENCUNY COORDINATORS
Gregory Donovan received his Ph.D. in Environmental Psychology and a certificate in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He is currently a Senior Instructional Technology Fellow at the Macaulay Honors College, a researcher at the Public Science Project, and a member of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy’s editorial collective. He has held fellowships at The Center for Place, Culture, and Politics and The Stanton/Heiskell Center for Telecommunication Policy, and has conducted research at The CUNY New Media Lab, The Center for Human Environments, and Sesame Workshop. His research focuses on young people’s everyday development within proprietary information ecologies and operates at the intersection of Urban Studies, Youth Studies, and Media Studies.
Maggie Galvan | English
Room: 5396 | Phone: 7887 or 646-926-1796 | EMAIL
Maggie Galvan is pursuing a PhD in English and a film studies certificate. She has taught at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Borough of Manhattan Community College and is now an Instructional Technology Fellow at Brooklyn College. Her research focuses on the representation of women’s bodies in twentieth and twenty-first century graphic, filmic, and text narratives. She serves on the review board of Frame, a transdisciplinary journal.
As authorized by Media Board, the coordinators shall be responsible to facilitate communication and decision-making among the OpenCUNY Committee, publicly maintain an updated Terms of Participation, and ensure that all activities of OpenCUNY are in compliance with the DSC Constitution and Bylaws. The coordinators shall also perform maintenance on the digital medium, administer user accounts and requests, periodically review alternative free and open source software, and ensure the reliability of the medium and adoption of open standards.