Doris is the Academic Technology Consultant (ATC) for the University of Colorado’s Law School.
She earned her Master of Science in adult and continuing education from Northern Illinois University and her Bachelor of Science in community health education from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. She completed a distance education certificate program through the University of West Georgia.
Doris teaches at the graduate level and works with faculty to enhance their teaching and improve learning outcomes. The feedback Doris loves to hear from faculty is: “I’m feeling empowered!” She also consults with academic and professional organizations to develop and evaluate programs and courses for adult learners.
Doris’ primary roles as an ATC are to help faculty:
Her Technology Topics Brown Bag Series is intended to provide faculty and staff with opportunities to engage in current issues related to teaching, research, service and technology. The series showcases faculty’s effective use of technologies and has included titles such as Capture, Organize, and Communicate Your Ideas Clearly and Efficiently with MindManager!, The iPad: Tool or Toy?, and What’s All the Fuss About Clickers?.
Doris is knowledgeable in:
Outside of work, Doris enjoys a variety of interests and hobbies. She bikes with the Venus de Miles Women’s Bike Cluband Bicycle Longmont Meetup Group. She also loves baking for family and friends and is a co-founder and volunteer organizer for Cupcakes for the Cure, an annual event to benefit the Denver Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Doris organizes The Longmont Little Doggies Meetup Groupto help socialize tiny fur balls and their parents, and she has recently taken up the ukulele.