The faculty members who teach our online courses are the same nationally recognized experts who teach on-campus DMD undergraduate and graduate-level courses. Each brings a wealth of real-world work experience from all over the country to “class.” And they are committed to continually adapting the curriculum to reflect new DMD strategies, technologies, and platforms. Because the program is part of the School of Fine Arts, credits can be applied to a Master of Arts or a Master of Fine Arts should this be something you’re interested in pursuing.
Assistant Professor in Residence with the Department of Digital Media and Design at UConn, Bill helped launch New England Offshore, a regional boating magazine, in Boston, MA. He was Senior Account Manager for Golf Digest in New York; Marketing Director for Motor Boating & Sailing Magazine, Esquire Magazine, and Popular Mechanics, where he was promoted to Publisher/Chief Revenue Officer in charge of advertising sales, circulation, and marketing—and the development of the brand’s digital strategy.
Dan joined the faculty at the University of Connecticut in fall 2013 with over 15 years of digital animation design and production experience on a wide range of projects, from medical animation and product pre-visualization to television and home video entertainment.
Joel is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Digital Media and Design. A UConn alum and long-time member of the University community, he joined the Digital Media and Design faculty in fall 2013. His portfolio includes several years as a web and mobile developer for the UConn Office of Communications and a stint as Lead Interactive Developer for a digital marketing agency in Washington, DC.