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Michael Sukowski  

Acting Executive Director, Office of Online Instruction and Instructional Technology



Mr. Sukowski guides the present and future direction of the Office of Online Instruction and Instructional Technology, and is directly involved in faculty support, online learning, and special projects.  Mr. Sukowski holds a Master of Education degree in Instructional Design and Technology. Recent publications and presentations include: The Changing Learner (The Strategic Management of Higher Education: Serving Students as Customers for Institutional Growth); Come and Get Fed: A CAFÉ Experience of Professional Development for Faculty at Concordia University Chicago, and Reaching the Tipping Point: The Interconnectedness of a School Leadership Program.

Mr. Sukowski is proud to be appointed as a member of the SLATE Community Fellowship Program. This program expounds on the exceptional professional achievement and leadership of the individual and their contribution to education and technology professionals.

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Theodis Garth 

IT Specialist/Systems Administrator


Mr. Garth's primary responsibilities include site-wide management for Chicago State University's Learning Management System (LMS), Moodle. This includes monitoring Moodle to maintain a high level of optimization and functionality for students and faculty, as well as providing technical support for the Office of Online Instruction and Instructional Technology and Library and Instruction Services (LIS) staff and computing. Mr. Garth holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems Technology and a Master of Science degree in Workforce Education and Technical Education from Southern Illinois University.

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Rochelle Johnson       

Instructional Design Specialist

Ms. Johnson will partner with subject matter experts on the development of traditional and online learning environments. She will assist faculty and students with online learning and offer online worshops for them including the Student Technology Academic Resource Training (S.T.A.R.T.). Ms. Johnson obtained her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Technology Education at Chicago State University, is a former Diversifying Higher Education Faculty in Illinois (DFI) Fellow, and is currently writing her dissertation for a Ph.D. in Instructional Technology at Northern Illinois University.