Since 2000 these educators and education technology thought leaders have guided the core spirit of the company, many of them in a complimentary capacity- there only belief being that StudentSpace was a student-centric enterprise; a company with an innovative pulse– a pulse beating for the success of the students! Hence even the name: StudentSpace.
Unfortunately, cost and the implementation of traditional software adds more work and completely takes attention from what really matters; and many institutions lose their key focus and are stuck in roles being frustrated techies. This team understands that a vendor and a solution should be effective, inexpensive and easy to implement.
Prof. Sarab N. S. Nagra has been involved in education in various roles – as a Professor, Researcher and as Co-founder of educational technology-related companies. He has worked in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition under the White Sands Missile Range NASA projects; as a Professor he has taught Computer Science and Mathematics; and as an entrepreneur, he is co-founder of StudentSpace. – the ERP and Educational Intelligence
Company in the US. Furthermore, he has been involved with the New Mexico Legislation
formulating policies linked with educational technology in the State. He has worked closely with the US and NM dept. of Education over the years.
In 2004 on behalf of his company he was awarded by the Ohio House of Representatives for enhancing the quality of education in Ohio.
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Dr. Stephen Cox is the Management Information Systems Director and Institutional Researcher at the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College in Rio Grande, Ohio. He holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Kansas State University, an MS in Systems Management from the University of Southern California, and a BS in Information Systems from The Ohio State University. He has worked in system implementations at colleges for the past 14 years including StudentSpace 360. He has worked as computer science faculty member and in administration at colleges in Kansas and Ohio and has 15 years of experience in software development and applied software research in industry. He developed artificial intelligence software to help teachers develop Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for students with the disabilities. This product was recognized by NASA as successful transfer for technology from government to industry for its use of NASA’s CLIPS artificial intelligence software. He lives with his wife, Nina, and 2 children in Jackson, OH
Dr. Frances Levine has been Director of the New Mexico History Museum since 2002, and oversaw the development and construction of the newest museum in the Museum of New Mexico system. The New Mexico History Museum campus now includes the Palace of the Governors, the oldest museum in the Museum of New Mexico system, the Fray Angelico Chavez History Library and Photo Archives, The Palace Print Shop, and the Native American Portal Artisans Program.
A native of Connecticut, Frances received her B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Anthropology from Southern Methodist University, Dallas. She came to the museum from her position as the Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs for Arts and Sciences at Santa Fe Community College (in Santa Fe, New Mexico). At the college she taught classes in New Mexico history and the ethno history of the Pueblo and Hispanic communities of the Southwest. In 2009, she attended the prestigious Getty Museum Leadership Institute, and she is a member of the American Association of Museums, the Mountain-Plains Museum Association and the New Mexico Association of Museums, as well as the American Society for Ethno history, and the Santa Fe Trail Association.
She, the author, co-editor or contributor to several award-winning books including Our Prayers Are in This Place: Pecos Pueblo Identity over the Centuries (1999, UNM Press) Through the Lens: Creating Santa Fe (2008 MNM Press, with MaryAnne Redding and Krista Elrick) and Telling New Mexico: A New History; (2009 MNM Press, with Marta Weigle and Louise Stiver) as well as a chapter in All Trails Lead to Santa Fe (2010 with Gerald Gonzalez, Sunstone Press), and now in press Frontier Battles and Massacres: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives. (With Ron Wetherington, editors). University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, 2013
Dr. Dull is a strong advocate for analytics in education and using innovative technological approaches to improve the learning experience. He has recently been published in the emollition on topics on innovative course design ideas and new directions for the old LMS.
Dull was also part of the team that built the first Developmental Math Education MOOC at a Community College in the USA. Dull also consults on developing innovative approaches to compliance and organizational design for higher education, using his background in regional, national and program specific accreditation and systems design.
Dr. Dull is currently the Assistant Dean for eLearning & Innovation at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio. As Assistant Dean he is tasked with program planning and support for online and blended learning programs, as well as driving innovation in eLearning and virtual student services.
Prior to joining the College Dr. Dull was on the staff of The Higher Learning Commission as Operations Manager for the Academic Quality Improvement Project and Assistant Director for Information Systems. Along with AQIP operations, Dull also was an active speaker and innovator on issues ranging from implementing quality procedures to process measurement in higher education.
Prior to joining the Commission Dr. Dull was with Myers University in Cleveland, Ohio as the Director for the Division of Adult Learning, having responsibilities for the online education programs, other distance education options and the university website. While at Myers Dull lead the team that designed the Portfolio Review Process for Adult Learners, a Corporate College program and design of BS and MBA degrees for online delivery. Prior to this, Dull had been with Bryant & Stratton College servicing as Academic Advisor and Program Director for Business and Accounting, and was part of first group of online faculty.
Dr. Dull earned his BSBA and MBA from Youngstown State University and PhD from Capella University.
Mr. Deep Bhangoo has over 20 years of experience in Information and Communication Technologies with experience in Educational Technologies, Knowledge management, System and Business analysis, Database administration, Server administration and School ERP’s for K-12 and Higher – Ed.
Currently, he is product manager StudentSpace looking after the development of the Educational products and their successful delivery.
Mr. Sunil Gulati has had different roles with Student|Space since 1999. He has been the key technical advisor and Database Architect, and for years he played the role of CTO for StudentSpace. Currently, he is the Chief Mentor of Student|Space with a special focus on global services.
He is also a very senior ETL consultant and solution architect in the health industry with over forty years of experience in the IT Industry.