Please call me William. As of Fall 2013, I am a faculty member of the Elon University School of Communications teaching in the Interactive Media Master’s Program. Previously, I was an assistant instructor of digital media at the University of Texas at Austin and a lecturer at Texas State University – San Marcos in Communication Design. I am a PhD candidate in Media Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, College of Communication, Department of Radio-Television-Film.
A little bit about me…
I currently reside in the town of Gibsonville, North Carolina. From 2009 to 2013, I lived, taught, and studied in Austin, Texas.
Prior to my arrival in Austin, I was a full-time faculty member at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh campus (2005–2009), teaching a number of classroom-based courses in the Web Design and Interactive Media program. Additionally, I taught a media communications course, a handful of internet marketing courses, and an occasional computer literacy course. I continued my teaching career at AI Austin (2010–2012), teaching web design portfolio courses, upper-level interactive motion scripting, and server-side design.
From 2005–2012, I regularly taught courses for the Art Institute of Pittsburgh – Online Division in their Web Design and Interactive Media curriculum.
I hold a Masters Degree in Multimedia Technology (2001) and a Bachelors Degree in Health Management Systems (1997) from Duquesne University in my hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.