Skip to main content

Bob Taylor, Director

Bob Taylor

Bob Taylor arrived at Northwestern in December 1991 to found the Instructional Technology Group and to help shape Northwestern's efforts in Smart Classroom development. His focus here has been on moving academic technologies beyond the "early pioneers" stage and into the mainstream of most faculty members' work in the classroom and in research.

Bob worked at the University of Rochester Computing Center from 1982 until 1991. He left there as an Assistant Director of the Center and was in charge of faculty services, the development of relations with the supercomputing center at Cornell, and the creation of new teaching labs.

Previously, Bob worked as a research associate in the Community Biology Group at the University of Michigan and owned an award-winning old house restoration finishing business in upstate New York. Bob has a BA in Mathematics.


Last Updated: 13 April 2010

Get Help Back to top