Lisa A. Brundage, Ph.D. is director of Teaching, Learning, and Technology at Macaulay Honors College. In this role, she supports integration of pedagogically appropriate academic technology into Macaulay seminars and provides student and faculty support for digital project development. Lisa also oversees numerous experiential learning events at Macaulay, including co-directing the annual BioBlitz, IDEA Day, and Night at the Museum. Working with Senior Associate Dean Joseph Ugoretz, Lisa supervises Macaulay Instructional Technology Fellows, and is herself an alumna of that program. In addition, she periodically teaches upper-level Macaulay seminars, most recently offering a course on Margaret Atwood.
Prior to taking her position at Macaulay, Lisa was Director of CUNY Advance, where she served as a project manager and pedagogical consultant for innovative, faculty-driven technology projects across the university, including development of Science Forward. She holds a Ph.D. in English from the CUNY Graduate Center, where her work focused on race, sexuality, and motherhood in interwar literature. Lisa is also a member of the doctoral faculty of the Graduate Center’s Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program.