David Wright is the Director of Academic Technology & Curriculum Innovation at the University of Dayton. His responsibilities include the management of academic technologies in the classroom, a number of technology platforms for learning, teaching and faculty productivity. He is closely associated with faculty development and coordinates many professional development opportunities for faculty. David works closely with the university administration to make best use of technology resources for enhancing learning. His most recent efforts have concentrated on the classroom integration of a student laptop computer initiative, wireless network integration into the classroom and an online Student Evaluation of teaching (SET). David also teaches undergraduate biology classes at the University of Dayton. He has also worked on several contracts for NASA that involved the creation of software used in the manned space program. David earned a Ph.D. in Anatomy from the University of Iowa in 1989, and completed his postdoctoral training at the University of Wisconsin.