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Vince St. Germain
Vince is an eLearning and Instructional Technology Specialist at Grand Valley State University. He provides support to faculty and staff on the use of University supported computer applications and equipment with an emphasis on distance learning technologies and video production. As part of his responsibilities, Vince oversees the day-to-day operation of the Digital Studio and its student technicians.
M.Ed in Educational Technology
Justin is an Instructional Designer at Grand Valley where he works with faculty to create a high quality digital learning experiences. He specifically works with faculty to increase instructor presence in their online and hybrid courses and is responsible for building and pioneering the use of GVSU's Lightboard.
Office Address: KHS 4470
Phone: (616) 331-9744
M.Ed. in Educational Technology
Hunter is a Digital Media Developer at Grand Valley State University. He works with faculty and staff to assist, facilitate, and create digital content for courses and instruction. Leveraging his skills and expertise in photography, video capture, and a variety of other media, Hunter strives to create potent and effective content.
Office Address: KHS 4468
Phone: (616) 331-2141
M.S. in Communication
Noah is a Graduate Student in the Educational Technology Master's Program at GVSU. He works in the Digital Studio providing his video editing skills to create high quality videos for faculty. He aims to become an Instructional Designer once he completes his Master's degree.
Kaleb is a first-year transfer from Western Michigan University, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Film and Video Production. He is currently practicing his craft as a filmmaker in the Grand Rapids area through a number of Grand Valley channels, while using and expanding his technical knowledge at the Digital Studio. He plans to pursue a career in writing and directing after graduation.
Kyle is a fourth year student at Grand Valley who majors in Film and Video Production with a minor in Theater. Kyle is the Station Manager for Grand Valley TV, the Editor in Chief for Cinesthesia, Grand Valley's Academic Journal of Film, as well as a Candidate Fellow for the Hauenstein Center's Cook Leadership Academy. Kyle is applying for the Education Technology Masters Program at Grand Valley, and is excited to be working with the Digital Studio to provide support and training to anyone who needs it.
Max is a sophomore in the Film and Video program at GVSU. He has been creating short videos since the 6th grade and participated in the Education for Employment program at the Public Media Network while in high school. Max likes working in a team environment, enjoys editing the most and the challenges offered by the Digital Studio. Eventually, Max hopes to travel the world with the BBC or National Geographic, or doing more with his own production company, Albino Rat Productions.
Evan is from Holly MI, a small town about an hour north of Detroit, and was raised there his entire life. He is in his fourth year at GVSU and will be graduating next semester with a BS in Film and Video Production. After graduating, he plans on working on the post production side of film for either a studio or a company. He is also considering working in music videos or special effects (SPX) for different studios. Evan brings a strong background in filming and editing knowledge to the Digital Studio and is happy to help anyone who stops by.