Professor Hill to Deliver Keynote Address at Conference in Jamaica

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November 1, 2019 | Academics, Faculty, Information Technology

Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Information Technology Dr. Dalvin Hill will deliver the Keynote Address at the Technology Day 2019 conference to be held at Church Teachers’ College, located in Mandeville, Jamaica on November 20, 2019. The focus of the conference is Integrating 21st Century Technologies: Implications for Classroom Pedagogy. Church Teacher’s College will celebrate its fifty-fifth anniversary of service to the Jamaican education system during the event.

Dr. Hill, a native of Jamaica, is honored to be invited to speak and give back to his community while using the medium “to motivate future technology teachers, current teachers, and other members of the community alike,” he said. He began teaching at Stella and Charles Guttman Community College, CUNY, in August 2017 and currently spearheads the Information Technology program. Guttman Community College was recently ranked as the number one community college in the United States by niche.com.

Dr. Hill completed his doctoral degree in Computer Science at the University of Tulsa in 2014; he has also obtained a master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Tulsa in 2009, a master’s degree in Internet Business Systems from Mercy College in 2006, a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems from Monroe College in 2003, and an associate degree in Computer Science from Northern Caribbean University (located in Mandeville, Jamaica) in 2002. During his collegiate experience, he has conducted various research projects, several of which have been recognized as top-tier by his colleagues.

Dr. Dalvin Hill
Assistant Professor of Information Technology Dalvin Hill