Heather L. Zamojski presently resides in Crown Point, IN with her husband, John. She has two children Bryce, 4, and Braydon 2. Heather received her B.S. in Information System and her M.S. in Instructional Technology from Purdue University Calumet. She has been working at Purdue Calumet for the past 7 years and is currently the Interim Director, Academic & Research Computing.
In that role, she coordinates and conducts faculty development opportunities, provides course design assistance, implements specialized technologies appropriate to targeted learning outcomes, and coordinates academic technology support services to meet teaching and learning goals. She has presented at several midwest and national conferences on various topics related to the use of technology in teaching and learning, as well as multiple campus implementations of enterprise software. She is the co-director of the Digital Learning Faculty Certificate Program, which helps to ensure high quality distance learning courses at Purdue Calumet.
Heather’s most valued Purdue Calumet experience:
“The Purdue Calumet experience means to me a faculty member who wasn’t just available during class time, but all hours, on-line or in their office; a classroom experience that really prepared me for what lay ahead; and, a place where I could get an education that met my needs.”
Heather’s advice to current Purdue Calumet students:
“Take advantage of opportunities and resources. Our campus has a variety of resources from our faculty, technology, experiential learning, and a variety of others.”