At the University of Baltimore, the Office of Academic Innovation (OAI) is the umbrella unit for the Bank of America Center for Excellence Learning, Teaching, and Technology (CELTT); the B.M.A.L.E. Academy; and the Helen P. Denit Honors Program. OAI is also in the midst of establishing a university-wide program for bolstering credit-based, Experiential Learning experiences. Through its work with the university's academic units, OAI is responsible for supporting, coordinating, and institutionalizing creative and innovative approaches to teaching, student learning, curriculum and program development, and the promotion and demonstration of student achievement.
Paul Walsh, Assistant Vice President of Academic Innovation and Instructional Support
Nancy O'Neill, Director of Learning Initiatives, and Director of Bank of America Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching and Technology
Elizabeth Nix, Director of the Helen P. Denit Honors Program
Darien Ripple, Experiential Learning Program Manager
Sunni Solomon, Program Administrator for BMALE Academy and Bank of America Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching and Technology
In collaboration with the Office of Technology Services, OAI is also fortunate to work in partnership with James Campbell, Business Analyst and Instructional Technology Specialist, and other members of the OTS team.