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Meet the Team

 

Short biographies of the members of the Digital Innovations Team.

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Bancha Srikacha

Instructional Technologist

 

As part of his role in supporting pedagogy through technology, Bancha is the full-time staff member leading the Digital Innovations Team.  Additionally, in working with the Center for Teaching, Learning and Scholarship, Manhattanville Library, and liaises with the Office of Information Technology.  

 

He is currently an Ed.D. Educational Leadership, Higher Ed student. Formerly an Educational Technologist at New York University, and graduate of The New School's MA Media Studies program, he looks forward to helping the Manhattanville community forge new directions in course design, assessments, integrating multimedia, online teaching and more.

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Cristina Masi is currently a fourth-year Manhattanville College student majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in Sociology, English, and Philosophy. She is very active on campus as she is a Student Coordinator for the Mary T. Clark Center as well as a Telecounselor for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. She loves using technology as not only a professional tool, but a creative outlet as well. When she is not working or studying for class, you can find her laying out on the beach or shopping at the mall. This is Cristina's first semester working on the Digital Innovations Team and she is very excited to help members of the Manhattanville community in anyway she can!

Specialities: Digication, Blackboard, Twitter, Google Apps, Microsoft Apps

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Dalia Peralta is currently a junior majoring in Digital Media Production and minoring in Sociology and Studio Art. She enjoys using technology to better people's lives and finding ways to be creative with it. On campus, she is a Mary T. Clark Scholar and a member for Manhattanville Video Project. In her free time, she enjoys baking, hiking, and traveling. This is Dalia's third semester working on the Digital Innovations Team.

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Eli Davies is a sophomore transfer student studying Early Childhood Education. His interests include writing, computer science, and science education. He also enjoys competitive video games and computational fluid dynamics. This is Eli’s first semester working with the Digital Innovations Team. Eli also uses the DVORAK keyboard layout, which is why he seems to type so poorly on QWERTY.

 

Specialties: Adobe Premiere, Google Apps, Microsoft Excel, Programming Languages (most of them).

 

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Emma Iredale is currently a sophomore, who is majoring in Dance Therapy and minoring in Psychology. She is highly invovled in the Duchesne community service program as well as one of the captains of Manahttanville Dance Troupe. She also works in the Dance and Theatre department as an office assistant. This is Emma's first semester working for the Digital Innovations Team.                                                                       

 Specialties: Digication, Blackboard, edTPA, Google Apps, Microsoft Apps

 

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Kristen Javis is a native of Columbia, South Carolina; and no, she hasn't gotten used to the snow. She's a member of the class of 2020 at Manhattanville, and is one of the six MAP scholars in her class. She's currently the president of the Residence Hall Association Executive Board, and looks forward to bringing together the very diverse campus community at Manhattanville. She is in her third semester working as an office assistant in the Center for Career Development's Student Employment Office, and has held a position catering and creating desserts for Chartwell's as a student baker. 

Specialities: Digication, Microsoft apps, Google apps

 

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Peter Brosnan is a sophomore at Manhattanville College - majoring in Political Science and International Economics with a minor in Psychology. He is the president of the Manhattanville Catholic Students Association (MSA), president of Manhattanville Model UN (MUN), the philanthropy chair of the Student Alumni Association (SAA), coordinator for the Duchesne Center's Harrison Library program - and the head representative for Manhattanville to the UN. Prior to studying at Manhattanville, Peter was a Weekly Reader student reporter and a volunteer at a local food pantry. 

 

SpecialitiesDigication, Blackboard, Trello, Dropbox, Evernote, Slack, LinkedIn, Twitter, Microsoft app suite, Apple app suite, Google app suite.

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