< Steve >

< /Garwood >

:: Hire Me!

Ok, yes, I do have a job. I'm presently the Assistant Dean for Instructional Support and Assessment at the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University and was previously the Staff Training and Development Coordinator at the Princeton University Library. Here's my CV (.pdf) for further perusal.

Additionally, I also provide lectures, hands-on computer classes and consulting on various topics. For more information or to complete a form to contact me, please see my Keyboard Commandos site.

Some short kudos from my teaching at SCILS/SC&I is available if you're interested.

:: General Interests

Ah, what is there to say about me? I'm happily engaged to a beautiful, funny woman, I recently finished my Ed.D. concentrating in the Design of Learning Environments, I try to keep in shape and run 5k races and mud runs, and I like to work a LOT (see above)...yep, I'm in sore need of about a week long nap.

In any other spare time I can muster I also have an alter-ego - librarysteve.

:: The Pets

Present -

Bentley, the new guy. A 4ish yr old fox hound mix who wins our hearts more every day.

Moose the 15 year old cat, a big black poof, is still with me...we're best buddies now provided I provide her with her food and playtime upon request.

I also live with George and Jasmine who moved in, when Jill and I moved in together.

If you're wondering why most everyone has a page and they all look a little different...they're often the models for my Web Design and Multimedia classes.

Former -

Denni, white tiger kitty, went with my ex. Sad to see her go we always enjoyed each other's company when I was trying to work at home.

Buddy, my 13 year old pooch who enjoyed laying around, eating snausages and avoiding Moose the cat who got a little nervous around him

Teddy passed away right before Sandy hit. He was a big pile of love as most Golden Retreivers are...

Cody, the dog, passed away a few years back, I miss him a lot. He wasn't always a good boy, but he was my buddy. Visit his site for some memories of the big oaf.