Teaching Model ePortfolios
Johnathon Liu is on faculty at Stony Brook. The molecular biophotonics laboratory at Stony Brook develops biomedical optical solutions for diagnostics and therapy. For example, we are developing techniques to enable point-of-care pathology, a multidisciplinary endeavor that includes the development of advanced microscopic imaging devices, molecularly-targeted contrast agents, innovative strategies for quantifying biomarker expression, and reproducible metrics for defining tumor margins in preclinical animal models, and ultimately in humans.
Cynthia Davidson "I'm a faculty member in the Program in Writing in Rhetoric at Stony Brook University, and the Emerging Technologies Coordinator for the program. I'm passionate about how technology changes the way that we communicate, persuade, and ignite our imaginative visions--and what we do to change our world by these means."
Nancy Wozniak "Nancy became Stony Brook University's first Learning Architect and ePortfolio Program Manager in 2008 and works in The Faculty Center, where she consults with faculty on course design and student learning. One of her projects has been documenting and promoting authentic learning and self-determined learning behaviors through the use of eportfolios."
Harshdeep Banwait is an Engineering major specializing in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering as well as Engineering Management. He is actively involved with the Stony Brook campus, Prezi, ePortfolio and open to learning anything new.
Junaid Rajani "I am a sophomore Biochemistry major at Stony Brook University. I enjoy learning and teaching. I am in the College of Leadership and Service and have been an instructor for both LDS 101, Intro to Stony Brook, and CHE 130, General Chemistry, classes. I am a big film enthusiast and I love watching movies! My future goal is to go to Dental School and eventually become a Periodontist. This is my first semester as an Digital Media and ePortfolio Consultant and I am looking forward to helping new ePortfolio users start and maintain their digital identity!"
Rachel Koeth is a doctoral student in music at Stony Brook University. She is a teaching assistant for the Department of Music, a chamber musician, a soloist and an orchestral musician. Video performances, upcoming concerts, work experience and general information can be found on her ePortfolio.