Dr. Piscitello is an instructional designer/technologist and a sociologist. Chuck has been teaching social science courses since 2007 after receiving his Masters of Art’s in sociology from Cleveland State University. Since then he’s taught at many colleges and universities. Chuck loves to reflect on current events, current social issues, and culture. Dr. Piscitello is especially interested in finding new ways to teach and learn. With that, Chuck received his Doctorate of Education in Teaching and Learning from Argosy University in 2015. He loves implementing new teaching techniques and finding fun new ways to use technology in the classroom given it’s online, hybrid/blended or face-to-face.
Dr. Piscitello currently works as an instructional designer at Ashland University and has previously held positions at Aultman College and Cuyahoga Community College as an instructional designer. Chuck is also currently teaching at University of Akron, Aultman College, Kent State University, and Stark State College.
In his spare time, Chuck loves spending time with his wonderful wife Amanda, and awesome kids; Faith, Hope, and Giuseppe. Chuck loves to cook, lift weights and put them down, experiment with strange diets, and attempt to run.