Doug Edmunds

Assistant Dean for Information Technology

Education

  • M.S., Information Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2007)
  • B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1990)

Doug Edmunds has served as Assistant Dean for IT at the UNC School of Law since 2007, following a long tenure at UNC's School of Education. He is a three-time IT award winner at the university, widely respected by his peers and recognized for his excellent leadership. More recently he's been recognized as a thought leader and advocate in the realm of legal technology education. Doug enjoys working collaboratively with people on developing solutions to their IT-related needs. He prides himself on being a strong communicator and skilled facilitator for large, complex team-based initiatives, as technology projects so often are. His primary areas of interest include technology as a pedagogical tool; web and mobile application development; virtual infrastructure; and cloud computing.

While not busy in the world of IT, Doug enjoys spending time with his two young kids, reading, traveling and writing/recording/performing music. His latest band project, The Stars Explode, can be found online at http://thestarsexplode.bandcamp.com.

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