Senenge T. Andzenge designs learning experiences.
As the Online Programs Project Manager at the University of Minnesota, Senenge’s work with academic and central support units nurtures and facilitates rich and engaging online teaching and learning.
Senenge works closely with faculty, deans, and administrators to assess and develop a wide-range of curricular initiatives. He consults and collaborates with academic units on everything from designing learning activities to evaluating courses and entire programs. With a focus on developing practices for long-term sustainability rather than following trends, Senenge’s particular interests lie in developing instructor confidence to be innovative in their online teaching and learning experiences.
Senenge’s background includes degrees in Work & Human Resources Education, Management & Organizational Development, and Inter-disciplinary Studies. He received his PhD in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Learning Technologies from the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota, where he was an Instructional Technology Fellow. Before joining the University, Senenge held faculty positions in academic development, educational philosophy and planning at 2-year and 4-year institutions, and spent over a decade in the corporate sector as a financial securities trader.