Chief Academic Technology Officer

Allan Gyorke

Chief Academic Technology Officer, Associate Vice President for Academic Technologies, and Assistant Provost for Educational Innovation

Since 2013, Allan Gyorke has served as Chief Academic Technology Officer (CATO) at the University of Miami (UM), and has been responsible for exploring and supporting technologies used by faculty and students for teaching and learning. Additionally, Gyorke serves as Assistant Provost for Educational Innovation, advancing the Education Revolution initiative of the University’s Roadmap to Our New Century. Gyorke’s priorities include assessing the faculty’s familiarity with the range of pedagogical methods and technological resources, devising appropriate resources and workshops to foster and promote pedagogical innovation, and advising on the use of classroom and online technologies.

Prior to joining UM, Gyorke studied and worked for 21 years at Penn State University, where he oversaw computer workshops, ran the IT services for the Hazleton campus, built some of the first online courses and massive open online courses (MOOCs), worked closely with faculty on the integration of technology into traditional on-campus courses, and led course redesign efforts to include student-generated media, podcasting, blogs, online social networks, and flipped learning models.

Gyorke earned his B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering and his M.Ed. degree in Adult Education from Penn State.