Faculty Development Staff
Dr. Anne B. Bucalos
Vice Provost for Faculty Development
As Vice Provost for Faculty Development, Dr. Bucalos works to enhance the culture of professional growth and development at Bellarmine University. She oversees distance learning initiatives, assessment and faculty credentialing, honors and awards, and student external awards.
Before joining the Office of Academic Affairs, she served as the Associate Dean of the School of Education from 2007-2012. As a Bellarmine faculty member she also served as Undergraduate Chair in Education from 2000-2006. Dr. Bucalos earned her M.Ed. and Ed.D from the University of Kentucky with an emphasis in Special Education. She holds a B.A. degree in Psychology and Secondary Education from Vanderbilt University.
Dr. Bucalos’ research interests include educator dispositions, adolescent behavior disorders, and generational differences. She has been published in journals such as Behavior Disorders, Teaching Exceptional Children, and AILACTE Journal, and has presented at numerous national and international conferences. Dr. Bucalos served as the south region representative for the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE) and as a member of the AILACTE Journal editorial board. She has served as a Kentucky Professional Standards Board of Examiner for state accreditation/NCATE site visits. Dr. Bucalos was the recipient of the Kentucky Association of Teacher Educators Distinguished Educator Award for 2012.
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Director of Innovative Learning Systems
Adam Elias serves as Director of Innovative Learning Systems, a role in which he is charged with promoting innovation in teaching, particularly in the development of Bellarmine’s distance education initiatives. Prior to joining the Bellarmine community, Adam served as Director of eLearning Initiatives at Jefferson Community and Technical College, and in the Office of Student Life at Edison State College in Fort Myers, Florida.
Adam earned a B.A. in Sociology and an M.S. in Human Development and Leadership from Murray State University, and a Master of Public Administration degree from Western Kentucky University. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Higher Education from the University of Kentucky.
Adam’s research interests include distance education perceptions and policy, as well as managing change in institutional identity and operations resulting from shifts in instructional modality. He has presented at numerous state and national conferences, on topics such as instructional technology, delivery models, and postsecondary trends. His work has been published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, and he is co-author of Emerging Trends in Higher Education, set to be published in 2019 by New Forums Press.
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Dr. Janice Poston
Janice Poston serves as Instructional Developer, a role in which she is charged with assisting faculty with learning the course management system, Moodle, as well as other tools they can use in the design of courses. Janice will assist faculty in developing online courses. Prior to coming to Bellarmine, Janice spent 25 years as Reference/Instructional Librarian and Assistant Moodle Administrator at Spalding University. She has also been adjunct faculty at Spalding since 2007.
Janice earned a BS in Elementary Education from the University of Louisville, a BS in Accounting and an MA in School Media Librarianship from Spalding University, an MS in Library Science from the University of Kentucky, and most recently a doctorate in educational leadership from Spalding University.
Janice’s research interests include teaching presence, which was the subject of her dissertation “Has the Teacher Left the Classroom? An Examination of Teaching Presence in Online and Hybrid Learning Environments," and the flipped classroom model. She also had an article on teaching presence published in 2015 in “Quick Hits for Adjunct Faculty and Lecturers: Successful Strategies from Award-Winning Teachers.”
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Gabrielle Read Jasnoff
Instructional Design Consultant
Gabrielle Read Jasnoff serves as Instructional Design Consultant, a role in which she is charged with supporting faculty in the development of high-quality online and blended courses. Prior to joining the Bellarmine community, Gabrielle worked as the Digital Content and Technology Integration Specialist for Transylvania University. She also has experience teaching face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses for the University of Louisville. Prior to working in higher education, Gabrielle taught secondary mathematics for six years.
Gabrielle is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Louisville, where she also earned her Master of Education in Teacher Leadership and Instructional Technology. She earned a BS in Mathematics with Secondary Education Teaching certification from Lindsey Wilson College.
Gabrielle’s research interests include technology integration in educator preparation and development. She has presented at numerous state, national, and international conferences on instructional technology integration, including the Kentucky Society for Technology in Education (KySTE), the state branch for the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE), as well as the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE), and EdMedia + Innovate Learning, both of the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Gabrielle also serves as the EDUCAUSE Ambassador for Bellarmine University.
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