Anthony Wheeler (he/him)

Ph.D. Student of Urban Education (Cohort '20)

Doctoral Fellow of Urban Education at The Graduate Center. English Teacher. Digital Humanist. Learning Experience Designer. Member of the CUNY Academic Commons Team. Digital pedagogy, ed-tech, identity, digital ethics, student data privacy/surveillance, open educational resources, and games are my jam.

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Contact
awheeler@gradcenter.cuny.edu
Quick Link
http://cuny.is/awheeler
Education

Ph.D. Student, Urban Education (2020-Present)
The Graduate Center, CUNY 

Master of Arts, Digital Humanities
The Graduate Center, CUNY 

Advanced Certificate, Interactive Technology & Pedagogy
The Graduate Center, CUNY 

Bachelor of Science, Adolescence Education 7-12: English
State University of New York at New Paltz

Associate of Science, Adolescence Education 7-12: English
Dutchess Community College

Positions
  • Provost Enhancement FellowPh.D. Program in Urban EducationCUNY Graduate Center
  • Community FacilitatorCUNY Academic CommonsCUNY Graduate Center
  • Learning Experience DesignerOffice of Online EducationLehman College
  • Professional Learning Research and Development AssistantThe Computing Integrated Teacher Education (CITE) InitiativeCUNY Central
  • Adjunct FacultyDepartment of Teaching and Learning at NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development*Non-CUNY
  • Web Developer on the CUNY Teacher Education OER Hub ProjectDepartment of Counseling, Leadership, Literacy and Special EducationLehman College
  • Adjunct FacultyEnglishNew York City College of Technology
  • Adjunct FacultyCommunication StudiesLaGuardia Community College
  • (Former) Program AssistantDigital Humanities and Data Analysis & VisualizationCUNY Graduate Center
Academic Interests

digital humanities/pedagogy, educational technology, open educational resources/open pedagogy, culturally sustaining pedagogy, critical university studies, intersectional identities, games studies, digital ethics, data and surveillance, data visualization