Kim Chambers’ background is in higher education administration, college student development, and faculty development for the last thirty years. Upon graduation with both Masters and Specialists in Education, he worked in student affairs in the University of Wisconsin system (Oshkosh) and at the University of Connecticut in progressively responsible jobs working directly with staff and students. After earning his doctorate in family studies from the University of Connecticut, he transitioned his career in higher education, moving to the academic side of the house. At UConn, he was the founding manager of the Instructional Resource Center working with faculty to help them effectively use technology in their teaching. He then became UConn’s Director of Educational Technology, supervising a unit within the Institute for Teaching and Learning. In 2013, he transitioned to become an Associate Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Throughout his career he has worked closely with undergraduate and graduate students and university faculty. He has worked extensively with First Year Programs teaching student development in a university setting classes, teaching honors classes, as well as graduate student capstone courses.