Building Education for the Commons

GCAS Announces our new Director of Education & Technology, Andi Sciacca!

The Global Center for Advanced Studies (GCAS) is pleased to announce that Andi Sciacca has been appointed to Director of Education & Technology.  Welcome, Andi!

If you need help registering for courses or have queries about the GCAS-Moodle please contact Andi @ <andi.sciacca@thegcas.com>

Screen Shot 2015-03-04 at 8.59.53 PMAndi has already enhanced GCAS so much and is taking responsibility for our E-School (GCAS-Moodle) and working with our IT Director, James Miller.  

Andi is an ABD doctoral candidate at the European Graduate School, completing her dissertation in the philosophy of education under the supervision of EGS Dean, Prof. Dr. Christopher Fynsk.  

Andi began her graduate work in the fields of labor studies, literature, and cultural studies as a City College – CUNY Fellow, where she was also appointed the David Markowitz Poetry Fellowship, the Alice Sellers Fund Prize, the William Bradley Otis Fellowship in American Literature, and an Isaacs Scholarship in classical studies for philosophy and classical languages.  

Andi brings to GCAS over fifteen years of experience teaching in higher education, and over ten years of experience working in the field of instructional design and educational technology.  Along with her husband, Dr. Gregory B. Sadler, Andi is also a principal in the educational consulting company, ReasonIO, where she works with Greg to help the community put philosophy into practice.  Andi is committed to the present and future of education as collaborative enterprise, focused on bringing about social justice through revolutionary acts of teaching and learning.  She is committed to GCAS and is pleased to join this cohort.


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