Adrienne Salentiny, Ph.D.

Instructional Designer

  • Friday, August 18, 2017
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Adrienne Salentiny, Ph.D.

Adrienne Salentiny, Ph.D., began employment on August 14 as an instructional designer in Education Resources, where her primary duties will involve curriculum design and teaching consultation for all SMHS programs. Her supervisor is Dr. Richard Van Eck. Adrienne has over a decade of experience as an instructional designer across the UND campus, including with the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences, the Division of Continuing Education, and the Center for Instructional Learning Technologies (CILT). Most recently, she managed the UND Environmental Training Institute, where she supervised the design, delivery, and evaluation of government-regulated emergency health and safety outreach training. She has taught as an adjunct professor in the fields of instructional design, learning design, and education at UND and other higher education institutions. Adrienne earned her B.S. in political science with a minor in computer information technology from the University of Oregon (’05) and her M.S. ('07) and Ph.D. ('12) in instructional design and technology from UND. Her husband, Dustin, is head of development at Iteris, Inc. The couple has one daughter.