Boulder Digital Works Adds New Staff

By Michael Musco 

Boulder Digital Works at the University of Colorado announced it has added some new faculty to lead instruction for the 60 Weeks program, This will be Digital Works’ third batch of grads since the start of the program and it looks like Boulder is looking to beef things up.

The new staff coming aboard consists of names such as Holly Counter-Beaver who will teach IXD and oversee the school’s IxDA partnership, Darden Longenecker will instruct project management, Eric Miller will teach advanced web, Robert Reich will lead BDW’s startup class and Anna Thielke will instruct creative lab 1. All the new faculty members will report to executive director David Slayden.


“As we welcome our esteemed new faculty and our third 60 Weeks class to Boulder Digital Works, we are furthering our mission to create an immersive and progressive graduate program that addresses the pressing need for digital talent and leadership in business,” stated Slayden. “Corporations, agencies, businesses and government need versatile, smart, connected, plugged-in and adaptive leaders who can move comfortably across the disciplines of technology, creative and business.”

We wish the best of luck to the new batch and look forward to writing snark about them in the future.

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