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Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest serves as President of the North Carolina Senate, serves on the State Board of Economic Development, is a member of the NC Military Affairs Commission and is Chairman of the Energy Policy Council.Dan’s passion and priority in the Lt. Governor’s Office is Innovation Through Education.By nature of being Lieutenant Governor, Dan serves as a voting member of the State Board of Education and on the NC Community College Board.In these roles, Dan is tireless in spreading his vision for North Carolina education to move away from the status quo and towards customized curriculum for each and every child, using technology as the tool.Dan is a supporter of Mastery Based Learning and as Chairman of the Governor’s eLearning Commission and member of the State Board of Education’s Special Committee on Digital Learning, he is helping lead the way towards North Carolina being the first state in the nation to have every classroom connected through high-speed wireless Internet. Dan is also working diligently so that every child, regardless of socio-economic position in life, may have a school-issued one-to-one device, so that the world of learning is literally in the palm of their hands.
Dr. Gary Lopez is the founder and CEO of Monterey Institute for Technology and Education (MITE), a non-profit corporation dedicated to helping meet society’s need for access to quality education, and the manager of the The NROC Project (http://thenrocproject.org), HippoCampus (http://www.hippocampus.org), and EdReady (http://www.edready.org). MITE receives it major funding from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and operating support from academic organizations nationwide.
Lopez received a B.S. in Zoology from University of California, Davis in 1973, and a Ph.D. in Marine Biology from Scripps Institution of Oceanography in 1982. He served as a lecturer in both the Biology and Earth Sciences departments of University of California, San Diego, and was a visiting professor at CISESE, Ensenada, Mexico.
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2015 NC3ADL Innovator of the Year Awards
At this year’s conference, the NC3ADL Board awarded three regional awards recognizing an NC3ADL member who exemplifies innovation through their accomplishments and demonstration of best practices in distance learning. Congratulations to our winners!
Eastern Region: Julie Marciel-Rozzi
Pictured left to right are: Julie Marciel-Rozzi; Randall Shearon, NC3ADL Eastern Region Vice-President
Central Region: Cameron Eunice
Western Region: Cheryl Fulghum
Pictured left to right are: Kimberly King, NC3ADL President; Marc Lehmann, NC3ADL member and HCC Distance Learning Instructional Technologist; Fulghum, Susan Roberts, NC3ADL member and HCC Learning Support Services Instructor; and Kim Gelsinger, NC3ADL Western Region Vice President.
The Raleigh Convention Center is located downtown at 500 South Salisbury Street. Public parking garages are available nearby.
Info for Presenters
NC3ADL encourages all presenters to share your presentation slides and/or handouts online. To make it easy for attendees to find and access your online materials, please link them to your session on the online schedule at lanyrd.com.