Associate Director of Educational Technology - Consultant, W.R. Berkley Innovation Lab
Office: Tisch 400 | Phone: (212) 998-0996
Ben Bowman is an award-winning media producer and educator who specializes in educational technology and online learning. He collaborates closely with faculty, students and administrators to integrate new learning technologies and innovative online programs.
Before joining NYU Stern, Ben managed the Instructional Design team at YU Global, the online division of Yeshiva University, where he was responsible for launching a large range of new educational media and technology projects. He has also worked in network television and feature film production. He holds an MFA in film, television and media production from the NYU Tisch School of the Arts, where he has also taught graduate courses in digital media. Ben has been a guest lecturer at YU, Hampton University, NYU, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Office: Tisch 400 | Phone: (212) 998-0919
Amanda Justice is a filmmaker and producer with a background in multimedia development of educational materials, distance education, instructional technology, and online course design. She has designed and produced courses in physics, engineering, law, and the humanities at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University. Most recently she worked on a team designing online case studies for real estate courses at MIT. She holds a master's degree in Interactive Media from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Amanda has a background in documentary and experimental filmmaking, and works for a Brooklyn-based cinema arts organization (Mono No Aware) in her spare time.
Clinical Associate Professor of Accounting
Senior Faculty Development Consultant
Office: Tisch 502 | Phone: (212) 998-0184
Ian Stewart has taught college and graduate courses in financial accounting for 30 years. His Ph.D. is in accounting. In the 1970s and 1980s he taught accounting at two New Zealand Universities, the Victoria University of Wellington and the University of Auckland. In 1991 he joined the accounting department at Seattle Pacific University and assumed leadership of faculty development in the School of Business and Economics in 1996. In 1996-97, he won the professor of the year award at Seattle Pacific University. In 2002 he became director of the Faculty Center for Professional Development at Cal Poly Pomona. He joined the Stern School of Business as Senior Faculty Development Consultant, Director of Faculty Development in October, 2005.