© 2007 Andrew J. Milne
Andrew J. Milne, Ph.D. has spent more than two decades innovating in higher education. He has held positions as educator, researcher, and technology consultant. Using his multi-faceted perspective on teaching, learning, and technology, Andrew has helped lead technology systems planning and design for renovation and new building projects on academic campuses across the United States.
Andrew is a technology strategist, entrepreneurial thought-leader, and a product design pathfinder. Among his many roles, he is an Adjunct Lecturer for Stanford University's Design Group.
Andrew has contributed to the discourse on learning space design and technology in EDUCAUSE Review, a chapter in the ELI e-book on learning spaces, a student input design tool to the ELI Resource Center, and numerous presentations on learning technology topics for EDUCAUSE, AVIXA, Campus Technology, SCUP, and other education-oriented conference events.
Andrew holds B.S. (Honors) and M.S. degrees in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. He earned his Ph.D. in Engineering at the Center for Design Research at Stanford University, where his work focused on developing and evaluating pervasive computing collaboration technologies to support distributed engineering design teams.