Assistant Professor, Computer Imaging and Architectural Engineering Technology Department 
“If there is a more dynamic career that challenges all participants, I cannot imagine it. As an assistant professor in the digital media and animation program, I have the privilege to welcome freshmen into the program each fall.
“The dynamic interaction between students and instructors has never become stale or mundane. As I work to challenge and broaden their horizons, I, too, benefit and continue to learn.
“Every year growth unfolds not only in the students’ skills and academics, but also in their maturity toward adulthood as well. As I witness these multiple transformations, my delight in this career is continually revitalized. The numerous metamorphoses that each student undergoes are influenced by a variety of factors. One of the most prominent is this faculty’s dedication to their careers, and thus, their students.
“Is it hard work? Is it a challenging experience? You bet, but I would not have it any other way.”
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