Senior Instructor of Interactive Media and Design
Kent Golden (BA, Quinnipiac College; MA, University of Connecticut) is a Senior Instructor of Interactive Media + Design in the School of Communications, and Assistant Clinical Professor in the School of Medicine.
He teaches in the Graphic and Interactive Design (GID) undergraduate program, as well as the Interactive Media (ICM) graduate program. Owner of Golden Multimedia, his professional work includes web design, animation, audio and video production, special effects, and a specialty in interactive museum exhibits and mobile apps.
Some of his work can be seen on permanent exhibit at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, while other projects can be viewed at www.GoldenMultimedia.com.
His background includes tech support and systems administration, as well as custom Audio/Video design and programming.
He has a B.A. in Psychology from Quinnipiac College, a Master’s in Educational Technology from the University of Connecticut, studied Digital Video at Yale University, and has certifications from Microsoft and Crestron. He is also an Apple certified developer for iOS apps, and a licensed Remote Pilot for drones (sUAS) through the FAA.
2016 – Present
Senior Instructor of Interactive Media + Design, School of Communications
2016 – Present
Assistant Clinical Professor, School of Medicine
2016 – 2016
Instructor of Interactive Media + Design, School of Communications
2008 – 2016
Instructor of Communications - Film, Video, and Interactive Media
2005 – 2007
Web and Flash Designer / Systems Administrator
2003 – Present
Owner, Lead Designer
2002 – 2005
Project Manager, IT Specialist
1999 – 2002
IT Support Specialist, Assistant Network Administrator
1995 – 1999