We now have two student workers in the Tech Hub ready to assist with instructional technology projects.

Sierra Clibourne

“Hello! I’m Sierra, a senior computer science major here at Chapman. In my free time, I love reading books and baking things (which I often bring into the office to have others try.) I’ve been working in Educational Technology Services since May, 2018. The Tech Hub has been such a rewarding place to work, as the projects are really meaningful and it’s easy to see your own impact on others. Our projects in attempting to get a modern LMS are especially impactful due to having seen frustrations with our current system permeate through all of my classes. It’s great to feel like you’re solving a wide-spread problem for the campus.”

Sam Gonzalez

“Hi! I am the newest Tech Hub student worker, Sam. I’m a junior computer science major with a game development minor.  I’m expecting to graduate in Spring, 2020. Outside of school and work, I enjoy picking up new skills or hobbies such as painting, crocheting, sewing – anything that I can be hands on with. I also work on various projects building video games. Some have been in development for over 6 months now. While I am new at the Tech Hub, I’ve quickly come to enjoy the people I’ve gotten to meet across departments, especially in IS&T. I’ve also already learned a lot about data analytics since I’ve been working here. I look forward to see what else I will learn as I develop my skills here at the Tech Hub!”

The Tech Hub is located in DeMille Hall 104 and is open from Monday – Friday from 9am to 5pm.