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Christopher "C.J." DeJuliis

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  • B.S.: Science and Technology, minor in Information Systems, Cal U
  • M.S.: Multimedia Technology, Cal U


Mr. Christopher John "C.J." DeJuliis joined the California University of Pennsylvania team in 2001 as an Information Technology Technician. During that time, he pursued a master's degree in Multimedia Technology by taking evening courses. In addition to his graduate degree, he holds a Bachelor of Science in Science and Technology with a minor in Information Systems, also from Cal U. After completing his master's degree, he became an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Applied Engineering and Technology.

Mr. DeJuliis has taught a variety of courses: Communicating Technical Design, Information Systems and Transportation Systems. Also, he has taught an Introduction to Multimedia course for the Benjamin Wiley Partnership program and the Four Counties Partnership Program, which were grants funded through the Department of Social Work.

He provides training and support to faculty, staff, and students promoting the use of a wide array of instructional technologies.

Mr. DeJuliis has served as a member on numerous search committees for a variety of positions at Cal U and also has participated in several Move-In Days, Mission Days, Emerging Academic Technology Group meetings and events related to Dr. Stephen R. Covey.  In addition, he was a successful applicant to receive funding for the Educause Annual Conference 2015 and the ELI Annual Meeting 2016 as part of the Jane N. Ryland Fellowship grant

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