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Upskilling Students for High-Demand Careers through Immersive Technology

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Jan 20, 2022 01:32 PM

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Alex Grady
Senior Program Manager @Unity Technologies
Alex is a Senior Program Manager at Unity Technologies, working with educators and schools to prepare students for high-demand jobs in real-time 3D development. At Unity, he develops solutions that help schools quickly start and expand real-time 3D programs and support faculty to learn and teach Unity. Alex also co-chairs the AR/VR Association’s Education Committee.
Mary Lim
Manager of Instructor Training & Program Development and VR/AR Program Lead @Vancouver Film School
Mary is responsible for the development and launch of VFS’s VR/AR Design & Development program. Mary boasts more than 15 years experience teaching in-person and online, developing curriculum, and creating teaching materials. Her expertise also includes working with subject matter experts to develop curriculum, instructor training, educational technology, and online teaching and learning.
Dr. Muhsinah Morris
Interim Department Chair/Assistant Professor-Chemistry @Morehouse College
Muhsinah L. Holmes Morris, Ph.D., is the Interim Department Chair and Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Morehouse College. She is an alumna of Clark Atlanta University (BS) and Emory University (MS, PhD). She is the Project Director of the VR Project, “Morehouse in the Metaverse”, where she teaches her chemistry courses on Morehouse’s digital twin campus. Dr. Morris is Morehouse College’s 2021 Vulcan Teaching Award of Excellence.
Dan Munnerley
Co-Executive Director & Lead Design Architect, Next Generation Learning @Arizona State University
Dan has led transformational projects at higher ed institutions and in the private sector in Australia, UAE, USA, and the UK. He was an Associate Professor of Education and Design at the University of Canberra where his research included the application of Augmented Reality in Education. Dan currently works as Lead Design Architect of Next Generation Learning at ASU where he co-founded/co-leads Learning Futures, a community-driven incubator that imagines the future of learning and creates proof of concept and minimum viable products.
Heather Haseley
Co-Executive Director, Learning Futures & Lead Design Architect, Next Generation Learning @Arizona State University
Before joining ASU, Heather served in leadership roles at UPenn, Northwestern, and Columbia University fostering innovation in learning through the creation of new centers, programs, communities of practice, and learning experiences. She has presented nationally and internationally on learning innovation/futures, immersive learning, digital credentials/skills development, giving feedback, learning design, and program development.