Paulo Sudhaus is part of the instructional team for MIS 111 (Computers and Internetworked Society) and MIS 112 (Computers and Internetworked Society Lab). He provides support to students in these courses, as well as instructional design, technology and instructional support, and operational coordination to MIS faculty.
In addition, he has taught courses in psychology, anthropology and education at Pima Community College, and courses in instructional strategies and educational psychology at the University of Arizona. He also worked as an instructional consultant and instructional designer at Pima Community College and at the University of Arizona.
His areas of expertise and interest include the psychology and practice of teaching and learning, cognitive and developmental psychology, instructional strategies, the use of emergent technology for instruction, instructional design, adult learners and faculty professional development.
Additional background formation includes studies in the areas of cultural and media studies, music performance, ethnomusicology, anthropology and computer science.
When not involved in academics, Paulo is an active classical musician in the Tucson area.
American Psychological Association
Division 2: Society for the Teaching of Psychology
Division 15: Educational Psychology
- MIS 111 Computers and Internetworked Society
- MIS 111L/ MIS 112 Computers and Internetworked Society Lab