James Park

James Park

Project Manager, Digital Learning Initiatives

Role: James collaborates with faculty and course teams to build and develop learning opportunities for Academic Innovation’s nascent and ongoing initiatives. He is intricately involved with ensuring the successful delivery of various Academic Innovation initiatives and relaying the benefit of that experience to inform future experimentation. In addition, James contributes to the early stages of the initiative process, lending his expertise and perspective to design conversations as part of a multi-faceted instructional team.

Experience: Before joining the Academic Innovation team, James worked on several initiatives focused on digital education at Yale University, where he collaborated closely with Professor Craig Wright on the Introduction to Classical Music MOOC, offered through Coursera, and also received classroom teaching experience as a graduate student instructor. He is currently completing a Ph.D. in Music History from Yale.

Master of Arts in Music History, Yale University
Master of Philosophy in Music History, Yale University
AB in Music History, Princeton University