Kimberlee Round, PhD
Director, Instructional Technology and Design Center, Saint Anselm College
Kim Round leads the Instructional Innovation Center at Saint Anselm College and has over seventeen years of experience in various higher education leadership roles. Particularly, Round is passionate about investigating how instructional design and technology innovations can enhance teaching and learning. Round has played key roles in starting online initiatives at several higher education institutions. In addition to teaching at the Harvard University Extension School, Round is an instructor in the Rabb School of Continuing Education at Brandeis University. She currently serves as a committee member for several doctoral dissertations in progress at Nova Southeastern University. Round holds a BS in electrical engineering, an MA in educational technology leadership, an EdS in computing technology in education, and a PhD in computing technology in education. Round was a member of the EDUCAUSE Breakthrough Models Academy '14 team which produced SHERPA, one of the top three exemplary projects chosen by the Academy. Her current research focuses on active learning, online program development, and cloud-based instructional technologies. On the home front, Round has been married for thirty years to her husband and best friend, Bruce Round. Together, they have two twenty-something sons, a new daughter in law, as well as a hyperactive Siberian Husky.
- PhD Nova Southeastern University