Technology, Entrepreneurship and Data Analytics

Department of Technology, Entrepreneurship and Data Analytics

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David C. Garrett Jr. Professor of Business Administration; Chair, Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Data Analytics
Green 414

John Grout is the David C. Garrett Jr. Professor, former dean, and award-winning teacher in the Campbell School of Business. John helped found Berry’s Creative Technologies program and HackBerry Lab. He is a Shingo Prize winner for research in mistake-proofing, having published numerous articles on the topic.

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Clinical Assistant Professor of Creative Technologies; Affiliate Faculty of Physics, Geology and Astronomy
Hackberry Lab

As a clinical assistant professor of creative technologies, Zane teaches a variety of prototyping and design thinking topics within the Creative Technologies program at Berry College. His research focuses on maker-oriented learning and embedded electronics in wearable technology, and actively consults with primary and secondary schools in developing STEM-based makerspaces.

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Charles A. Dana Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship
Green 226

Dr. Paula Danskin Englis, Ph.D. is Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship and is also the Academic Director of the Berry College Entrepreneurship Program. Her research has appeared in more than 78 publications and Dr. Englis has taught entrepreneurship, strategy and international business in business schools across three continents (North America, Europe and Asia).

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Assistant Professor of Data Analytics
Green Hall 411

Thema Monroe-White, Ph.D. is the Assistant Professor of Data Analytics and the Academic Director of the Campbell Center for Data Analytics (C2DA) at Berry College. As an interdisciplinary scholar, she examines the entrepreneurial, workforce and educational pathways of racially minoritized groups in science, engineering and information technology fields.

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Visiting Clinical Instructor of Creative Technology; Affiliate faculty of Computer Science
HackBerry Lab

After receiving his masters degree in Artificial Intelligence, Chris Whitmire came to Berry to teach for the Creative Technologies department. His classes span the fields of design, computer science, electronics, and machine learning. He also works to foster a strong community within HackBerry Lab and the Creative Technologies department.

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