Meet the Staff

Caroline Boswell

Caroline Boswell

Associate Professor & Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning
IS 1144 and SA 267

Education: B.A. Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, A.M. / Ph.D., Brown University
Caroline Boswell is an Associate Professor of Humanities and European History and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning. In addition to teaching courses on early modern history, historical methods, and the digital and public humanities, she designs and... Read more »

Todd Dresser

Todd Dresser

Lead Instructional Designer
IS 1010

I am an instructional designer in the Center for the Advancement for Teaching and Learning. I hold a PhD in history from UW-Madison. My scholarly focus lies at the intersection of technology, society, capitalism, and the environment. Out of this interest, I became concerned about the relationship between digital technologies and the values of the liberal arts. In turn, I took more training in... Read more »

Kate Farley

Kate Farley

Instructional Technologist
IS 1010

Interests: Digital and public pedagogy, podcasting, managing one’s digital identity, eportfolio, and instructional design
Education: B.A., 2013, English and Humanistic Studies, UW-Green Bay

Luke Konkol

Luke Konkol

Instructional Technologist
IS 1010

Luke is a 2012 alumnus of UW-La Crosse where he studied philosophy and anthropology with particular interest in belief and behavior. He has since translated these interests to gamification and serious games, aesthetics, learning pathways, student engagement, information representation and dissemination, data visualization, publishing, content development, 3D animation, and digital & virtual... Read more »

Nathan Kraftcheck

Nathan Kraftcheck

Instructional Technologist
IS 1010

As an instructional technologist, I'm here to help instructors integrate technology into their coures and specific class projects. This works best when we're able to meet ahead of time, find the appropriate technology for your class, and create "scaffolding" to help your students achieve your learning objectives without getting tripped up by the process.

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Kristin Vespia

Kristin Vespia

Associate Professor
MAC C318

Dr. Vespia has published journal articles and a book chapter on topics such as career development, clinical supervision/counselor development, and mental health services on college campuses. She is particularly interested in multicultural and gender issues, particularly as these relate to vocational development, education, and mental health. She is also the Director of the UWGB Teaching... Read more »