Dr. Jerry Schnepp

Dr. Jerry Schnepp is Chair of the Computer Science Department at Judson University. Prior to his current appointment, he held the position of Associate Professor of Visual Communication Technology and served as the Director of the Collab Lab at Bowling Green State University. His research interest encompasses Technology Education, Learner Experience Design, Interactive Mobile Learning and Assessment, and Computerized Sign Language Synthesis. Dr. Schnepp is the recipient of  many awards including the 2022 BGSU Faculty Mentor of the Year, the 2018 Elliott L Blinn Award and the 2018 Faculty Excellence Award. His scholarship has been published in journals including The International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, The Journal of Information Technology Education, Computers in Education Journal, and Sign Language & Linguistics.

Dr. Christian Rogers

Dr. Christian Rogers received his Bachelors M.S. at Bowling Green State University and a Ph.D. at the University of Toledo in the field of educational technology with a focus in media production. He is currently an Associate Professor of Computer Graphics Technology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis in the Purdue School of Engineering & Technology. He teaches in motion design and themed entertainment and conducts research in experiential learning, innovation education, and educational technology. He is also a faculty fellow with the IUPUI Institute for Engaged Learning and oversees multiple programs in student innovation.

Dr..Jennifer Penland

Dr. Penland is the Director of Career Development and Exploration with the Center for Community Engagement and Career Competitiveness at the Averett University. Most recently she served as a STEM and Higher Ed Research Advisor for an aerospace company in the tri-state regions of WV, PA, and OH. Penland is an enthusiastic academician with 10+ yrs. experience developing collaborative partnerships and innovative learning experiences such as the USGS, P & G, National Reconnaissance Program, Blue Origin, and UT’s MacDonald Observatory. Some of Penland’s recent publications are included in the The Qualitative Report, Journal of Mentoring & Tutoring, Fourth World Journal (CWIS), IGI’s Handbooks of Research on Educational Technology Integration and Active Learning, Pedagogical Models for Next Generation Teaching and Learners Innovative Pedagogies, Best Practices in Teacher Education and Literacy and Digital Technology Integration in Teacher Education and Facilitating Collaborative Learning through Digital Content and Learning Technologies.

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