Meet Our DLL Fellows
At the Digital Learning Lab (DLL), we are a family dedicated to helping you develop your research and career utilizing technologically-based tools. All of our Fellows go through a multi-step process to support their teaching skills conducted in collaboration with the Preparing Future Faculty staff and faculty. Below, please find our DLL Fellows who are excited to meet and help you soon.
Temitayo (Tayo) Arikenbi is a second-year doctoral student in Information Systems. He is also studying for master’s degree in Economics. His dual degree program exemplifies the trans-disciplinary nature of academic studies and opportunities at Claremont Graduate University. His area of interest is in data science and analytics modeling for value optimization in organizations. Tayo facilitates Microsoft Powerpoint and SQL workshops for the digital learning lab. Tayo’s background and prior work experience has been in the project and data management for financial service companies in his native Nigeria. In his spare time, Tayo enjoys hiking and watching football.