College of William and Mary
Williamsburg / Virginia / United States / North America
- Professional Background
- Director of Career Services, Director of Academic Computing, Executive Professor Faculty Fellow.
- Areas of Expertise
- Higher Education, Adult Education, Educational Technology, Career Development
- Other organisation memberships
- Short Biography
- Gene Roche is Executive Professor of Higher Education and faculty fellow at the Center for Innovation in Learning Design at the College of William & Mary. He teaches courses in Data-Driven Decision-Making, Action Research, Educational Planning, Adult Education, and Emerging Technology. His research interests focus on advances in artiﬁcial intelligence, robotics, deep learning and the "Internet of Things" and how those technologies impact the workplace and educational institutions of the next generation.
Prior to his full-time faculty appointment, Gene served William and Mary as the director of IT Communications and Organizational Development, director of Academic Information Services, and as director of University of E-Learning Initiatives. As part of his e-learning responsibilities, he worked extensively with faculty at the Mason School of Business in designing the College's ﬁrst fully online masters program. Before coming to William & Mary, he was Director of Career Services at Hamilton College and taught in graduate programs at Syracuse University and Elmira College.