Meet the DCS Campus Supervisors

Did you know that there is now a Campus Supervisor dedicated to working with faculty on each campus? DCS Campus Supervisors are located in Hickman Hall, Vorhees Hall, Allison Road Classroom Building, and Lucy Stone Hall. Campus Supervisors specialize in working with faculty to provide training, daily support of equipment use, and maintaining quality control of all DCS technology. They also work closely with faculty to help instructors integrate technology in to the classroom experience.

DCS Campus Supervisors bring a broad range of experience in both technology and instruction to Rutgers. They have experience supporting presentations, troubleshooting computer issues, and teaching. The Campus Supervisors have worked in various environments, including academia and corporate settings. As a result, they are a great resource for instructors with a variety of needs relating to classroom technology.

Patrick Auletto, the Livingston Campus Supervisor, has worked in IT-technical support, graphic design, and as a teacher. Dan Bello, the Cook/Douglass Campus Supervisor, operated his own business producing and directing corporate presentations. On Busch Campus, Wilson Contreras joins DCS with experience in corporate IT support, including computer support and training. James Kizhnerman, the College Avenue Campus Supervisor, has vast experience as a technology expert in the education setting.

Our Campus Supervisors focus on engaging with faculty, to ensure that all of their classroom technology needs are met. Campus Supervisors will lead faculty workshops and one-on-one consultations throughout the year. In addition to training faculty how to operate DCS equipment, they will also seek to demonstrate how faculty can leverage classroom technology to maximize their teaching experience. Along with DCS Support Specialists, the Campus Supervisors will oversee all use of DCS equipment on their campus, ensuring that faculty receive all the support they need, throughout the day. They also focus on ensuring that DCS equipment is working and prepared for use.

To meet your Campus Supervisor, visit the Campus Supervisors page.