Resume

CURRENT POSITION
Assistant Vice Chancellor
Educational Technology Services
University of California San Francisco
513 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94143-3735
415-476-9591(W)
E-mail: john.deangelo@ucsf.edu

March 2011- Present

 

Career Emphasis
Direct college or university academic units at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels by providing strategic planning, leadership, and operational know-how in the theory and practice of higher education and the application of technology to teaching and learning. Qualified for positions as CIO, dean, associate dean for undergraduate or graduate affairs, or dean for emerging technologies.

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

IT Consultant
Fox School of Business, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, July 2009- December 2010.  
Provided consultant services for educational technology planninig, desgn and practice, resulting in 5-year strategic plan for educational technology. 

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

Associate Dean for Information Technology, Fox School of Business and Management, 1998- 2009.

Responsible for visioning and overall strategic planning for technology implementation in the Fox School of Business. Responsible for business information technology partnerships, faculty orientation and training, new technology initiatives, including mobile computing mandate, technology classroom refurbishment, new building planning, and coordination of public relations and strategic marketing for the college. Supervises technology staff of nine full-time professionals and 24 part-time students. Part of the Dean’s Strategic Planning and Alter Hall Development teams.

Associate Dean, College of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (HPERD), 1989-1998.

Plan and implement strategies for student recruitment and retention; represent the College at national, district and state recruitment events; coordinate college office automation; maintain alumni records; coordinate public and alumni relations; facilitate research and program development; supervise a seven full-time staff, two graduate assistants and thirty part-time employees, including line responsibility for the Vivacqua Undergraduate Advising center and the office of Computer and Media resources; oversee the acquisition of all college media resources; advise faculty on the design of instructional and promotional programs; provide leadership in the development and implementation of a college technology plan; advise dean on budget, tenure and promotion, research and study leaves, and related faculty matters.

Assistant Dean, College of HPERD, 1983-1989.

Planned and implemented strategies for student recruitment and retention; represented the College at national, district and state recruitment events; supervised a staff of six full-time and thirty part-time employees, including line responsibility for a Learning Resources Center; reviewed the acquisition of all college media resources.

Assistant to the Dean for Development, College of HPERD, 1980-1983.

Facilitated research and program development; functioned as liaison to the HPERD Alumni Association; directed a quarter million dollar budget for a multimedia resource operation; liaison to alumni association.

Director of Learning Resources, College of HPERD, 1972-1983.

Administer media services operation for the College of HPERD; supervise a staff of four full-time and twenty part-time student staff; responsible for the acquisition of learning materials and media hardware; design and develop media instructional and PR programs for the College.

Triton Regional High School, Runnemede, NJ, 1970-1971.

Taught English to sophomores and juniors.

Gloucester Catholic High School, Gloucester, NJ, 1965-1970.

Taught English and remedial reading to freshman and seniors.

Education

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, M.Ed. in Educational Media, 3.87 GPA, 1971-1972.

Glassboro State College, Glassboro, NJ, certification in secondary school English, 1970-1971.

Rutgers University, Camden, NJ, courses toward certification, 1968-1968.

Glastonbury Monastery, Hingham, MA, Theological Studies, 1964-1965.

La Salle College, Philadelphia, PA, BA in History with a minor in English, cum laude, 1960-1964.

Professional Memberships

TBS Roundtable (Technology in Business Schools), affiliated with EDUCAUSE and AACSB

EDUCAUSE

AACSB

Philadelphia Health Congress

American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

Association for Educational Communications and Technology

University Public Relations Association of Pennsylvania

Associated Exhibitors of AAHPERD, East Coast Representative

Publications, Consultancies, Reports and Productions

 BizEd Advisory Council, 2005-2009,   Serve on the Advisory Council for AACSB’s flagship publication, BizEd Magazine, 2005-2009.  Council members review each issue for excellence and provide input on the degree to which articles are timely and relevant to business education.

Blackboard Transaction System Focus Group, July 9-10, 2002.  One of 10 University Chief Information Officers selected to advise Blackboard Inc., on development of their newly acquired transaction (magnetic card) system.

Technology at Temple University, November 2000, a five minute video produced for Temple University President David Adamany. Co-produced with Betsy Lebron and Tracy Cooper on behalf of the Teaching Learning, Technology Roundtable.

Fox School Online MBA, principal author, February 17, 2000

Fox School of Business Honors Laptop Proposal and Business Plan, principal author, October 1998.

Technology Classroom Refurbishing Reports, Vols. 1,2,3, & 4. Principal author for the Subcommittee on Classroom Refurbishing, 1994-1998, cited in Change Magazine, “Report from a Committee of Hope (April/May 1995).

Template for Feedback on College Technology Plans. Author,  TLTR Academic Planning Committee, March 1996.

SHAPE, HPERD’s on-line journal, founding editor, 1996 – present, (http://www.temple.edu/HPERD/shape/).

Recruitment and Retention Plan for the College of HPERD, 1993-1996.

Interactive Learning Proposal for the College of HPERD, March 1993.

HPERD Technology Plans 1994-1997.

Code of Conduct, College of HPERD, 1991.

Graduate Alternative Admissions Program, College of HPERD, 1990.

Graduate Programs at Temple University, an interactive computer program used for recruitment at conventions and trade shows, March 1995.

Personal Core; a proposal to expand the Core Curriculum at Temple University to include health and fitness concepts and courses, 1993.

Dance on Video, syllabus for graduate study in video technology applied to dance, 1986-1989.

Implications of the New Copyright Law as It Applies to Higher Education, a research paper presented to the media community at Temple University, 1977.

Discover Temple, recruitment videotapes utilizing Bill Cosby to introduce student prospects to the College of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 1980 and 1987.

National Youth Sports Program, public relations videotapes detailing cooperation among Temple University, the City of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia School Board and the NCAA in providing recreational opportunities to disadvantaged children in North Philadelphia, 1975 and 1976.

Dance at Temple, videotapes describing the dance program at Temple University, 1975 and 1984.

A Video Profile: Robert W. Crawford provides an insight into the philosophy of an urban recreation pioneer, Robert W. Crawford, former recreation commissioner in Philadelphia, 1973.

A Curriculum Proposal for the Sciences and Humanities, co-author, Gloucester Catholic High School, 1968.

Blue Ribbon Committee to Study the Academic and Economic Feasibility of Continuing the

Operation of Gloucester Catholic High School, member and report co-writer, 1967.

Grants

Link to Learn (L2L) IGrad Grant, 2001 The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Proposal to Build a Ph.D. Program in Management Information Systems. Principal Investigator along with Munir Mandviwalla, Rajan Chandran, and Heinz Klein, $184,000.

Link to Learn (L2L) Workforce Development, 2000.  The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  Proposal to Provide Advanced Skills Development in E-Commerce, Principal Investigator along with Rajan Chandran and Otto Lee. $237,000.

Presentation Sampler

Alter Hall, Study in Project Mangement/Alter Hall Risk Assessment, variuos business classes spring 2009

Alter Hall, Study in Project Management … the IT Side, various MIS classes, fall 2008/spring 2009

Careers in Academe.  Featured Speaker at the 22nd Annual Academic Awards ceremony at Paulsboro High School, May 14, 2002

MBA in a Day: How Computers and the Internet are Changing the Way B-schools do Business, a recruitment event featuring the Fox School of Business at the Park Hyatt Bellevue Hotel in Philadelphia, May 22, 2001.

Managing Student Communications and Promoting Interactivity Online. TLTR Issues Forum, co-moderator along with TLTR chair Tracy Cooper, March 23, 2001.

Blackboard, the Fox Perspective, a presentation at the Blackboard Users Conference, Washington, DC, November 30, 2000.

Alumni Open House. Guest speaker on the recent developments in technology at Temple University, September 8, 2000.

How Technology is Changing Higher Education. A presentation to Temple University alumni and guests, Boston Massachusetts, April 6, 1999.

Your Future in the Tuttleman Learning Center, co-presenter on prospects and opportunities in Temple’s new hi-tech classroom building, March 24 & 25, 1998.

How Technology is Changing the Classroom: An Administrative Perspective, a PowerPoint presentation to the College of Arts and Sciences Improvement Center (ATTIC), December 1997.

Welcome to Temple, presentations made to new and prospective students twice each fall and spring, and six times in summer.

Temple University Classroom Refurbishing Report, a PowerPoint presentation made to the Temple University Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable, a provost-appointed, University-wide committee charged with technology strategic planning, May 1996.

Presenter, Technology in Parks and Recreation, Pennsylvania Recreation and Parks Association, 1990.

Instructor and developer of graduate course Dance on Video, Temple University, spring 1986 and 1987.

Presenter, Marketing Your Message, Temple Ambler Campus, summer 1986.

Presenter, Mid-Eastern Therapeutic Recreation Symposium, Ursinus College, June 1983.

Guest Speaker, New Jersey Library Trustee Association, OceanCounty Library, September 1982.

Technology Achievements

Leader in strategic planning for the Fox School of Business to infuse technology in teaching, learning, and administrative processes:

  • co-chaired Alter Hall Core Committee responsible for overseeing and directing $80 million, 217,000 sf state-of-the-art business buiding,
  • authored and implemented mobile computing model for Fox SBM Honors Program and MBA/MS in eBusiness,
  • responsible for building the largest class capture organization in the United States first with Apreso, then Medisite
  • accomplished 100% faculty adoption of Blackboard web-based course management software,
  • funded and completed installation of smart room technology in every business classroom,
  • adopted first University mobile computing model by assigning laptops to all HPERD faculty,
  • posted professional web pages for every faculty member,established a “best practices” plan for sharing faculty technology accomplishments,
  • established a “best practices” plan for sharing faculty technology accomplishments,
  • provided faculty instructional support through training and information sharing (listserv),
  • identified student and faculty technology competencies and applied to the curriculum
  • successfully petitioned central administration to wire all faculty offices and classrooms,
  • computerized dean’s office and department offices for greater productivity,
  • established first university-funded, college-based smart classroom,
  • expanded college web presence and created one of the first on-line newsletters, SHAPE,
  • provided incentives for adopting technology (study leaves, technology grants, promotion and tenure).

 

Leader in University technology initiatives as part of Provost-appointed fuse Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable:

  • member of the TLTR Executive Committee which sets the agenda for all TLTR initiatives,  
  • appointed by the Provost in 1994 to lead the Smart Classroom Committee
  • chaired committee and authored four reports from 1994-1998, outlining a plan and detailing specifications for smart classrooms,
  • authored RFP which resulted in creation of a faculty fellow for on-line learning for the University,
  • member of the TLTR Academic Planning Committee which reviews all college and school technology plans,
  • created the “Technology Plan Feedback” template used to review school and college technology plans,
  • co-chaired of Tuttleman Learning Center Committee to equip high technology classroom building opened in 1999.

Awards and Community Service

Annual Fox School “Innovative Use of Technology Award” named in honor of John DeAngelo, May 2009.

Premier 100 IT Leader, Computerworld Magazine, January 2002.

Wharton/Infosys Business Transformation Award Finalist, June 2002.

President’s Award, HPERD Alumni Association, 1994 and 1984.

Layman Honor Award, Pennsylvania Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 1984.

President, Waterford Township Library Board of Trustees, July 1980 to September 1983.

Mayor’s Award for Outstanding Service, 1981, Waterford Township.

Volunteer Library Media Consultant, Camden County Library, Winslow Branch, 1975-76.

Co-founder and member, Council of Media Organizations, Temple University, 1976 to 1986.

Wes Francis Award for Outstanding Media Presentation: A Video Profile: Robert W. Crawford, 1973.

Other Interests

Coordinated special events for An Affair of the Heart, 1996-present. Part-time consultant to a special event, bridal and party planning business located in Haddonfield, NJ. Special event planning and coordination; PR and client presentations; database creation and contact tracking; vendor demonstrations at regional bridal conferences.

Fund raised and coordinated event for Dooley House, a not-for-profit home for children with HIV in Camden, NJ, January 1997. Scripted, planned and coordinated vendor demonstrations and fashion show for Super Bowl Sunday, including PR, media contacts and fund raising.

Supervised Grand Opening for An Affair of the Heart, October 1996. Recruited vendors, scripted presentation, hosted organizational meetings, and coordinated opening in conjunction with the Haddonfield Fall Festival.

Coordinated An Affair of the Heart participation in “Haddonfield Hosts a Wedding,” October 1997, including vendor participation, invitations, and PR.

Schooled in food preparation and wine appreciation. Classes taken in New Orleans cuisine (the School of Creole Cooking) California Cuisine (Beringer Wineries), Tuscan Cooking (Ristorante Graziella), pairing of food and wine (A Taste of South Jersey seminars and membership in ZAP) and French cuisine (George Perrier at the NJ State Aquarium).

Committee Memberships

Fox New Building (Alter Hall) Core Planning Committee (co-chair)
Fox Executive Committee
Fox Computer Information Technology Committee
Fox Mission Review Committee
Irwin Gross eBusiness Institute Advisory Council
High Tech High Philadelphia Advisory Council
North Philadelphia Brain Trust
Temple University Vice-President’s Technical Advisory Committee
Temple University Blackboard Advisory Committee  (BAG)
Temple University Security Information Advisory Council
Temple University Task Force on Student Recruitment
Temple University Task Force on New Student Orientation
Temple University Recruitment and Retention Committee
Temple University Recruitment Marketing Committee
Temple University Student-Centered Recreation Facilities Work Group
Temple University Academic Policy Council
Temple University Academic Advisers Committee
Temple University Probation and Dismissal Committee (chair)
Temple University Graduate Program Directors (chair)
Temple University Orientation Task Force
Temple University Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable
Temple University Teaching, Learning and Technology Executive Committee
Temple University Tuttleman Learning Center Committee (co-chair)
Temple University Classroom Refurbishing Committee (co-chair)
Temple University Distance Learning Committee
Temple University Recruitment Events Committee
Temple University Open House Committee
Temple University Research and Development Committee
Temple University Council of Media Organizations
Temple University Computer/Media Personnel Committee
Temple University/City of Philadelphia Super Sunday Organizing Committee
HPERD Administration Committee
HPERD Applied Strategic Planning Committee
HPERD Recruitment/Retention Committee
HPERD Learning Resources Committee
HPERD Alumni Association
HPERD Alumni Awards Committee
HPERD Undergraduate Committee
HPERD Graduate Council
HPERD College Assembly
HPERD Research and Study Leaves Committee
Nate and Eva Garfinkle Scholarship Committee
Agnes Stegmuller Scholarship Committee
Alice Cavanaugh Scholarship Committee

References

Dr. M. Moshe Porat, Dean, Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University  
Timothy O’Rourke, VP for Computer Services, Temple University
Dr. Rajan Chandran, Senior Associate Dean, Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University
Dr. Elizabeth Barber, Acting Director, School of  Tourism and Hospitality Mnagement, Temple University
Diana Breslin-Knudsen, Associate Dean, Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University
Dr. Ira Shapiro, Professor and Chair, Department of Sport Management and Leisure Studies
Dr. Howard Weiss, Professor of  Management Science and Operations Management, Temple University
Dr. Paul Weinberg, Professor of Management Information Systems, Temple University and former CIO, CIGNA
Dr. David Schuff, Professor of Management and Informaton Systems, Temple University

 

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