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Educational Technologist
Areas of Interest: Online education best practices; integration of technology in teaching and learning; accessibility in education; interprofessional collaboration
Jesse Redlo

Ed.D., Educational Leadership, American College of Education
M.S., B.S., Hospitality & Tourism Management, Rochester Institute of Technology
A.S., Liberal Arts, SUNY Monroe Community College

Dr. Redlo received his Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, specializing in instructional leadership from the American College of Education (ACE). and received his M.S. and B.S. (summa cum laude) in hospitality & tourism management from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), where he also completed the Higher Education Fellowship program.

Prior to joining the Wegmans School of Nursing, Golisano Institute for Developmental Disability Nursing, as an educational technologist in the spring of 2020, Dr. Redlo served as a graduate assistant at ACE, where he co-taught Research Methods and Qualitative Research Designs at the doctoral level. He also served as an adjunct professor at RIT in the School of Communication and the University Exploration Program, and at Monroe Community College, teaching in the Hospitality Management Department and the Transitional Studies Department.

Dr. Redlo's interprofessional research continues to inform best practices in faculty training, online education, and student success. Overall, the goal of Dr. Redlo's research is to make education more accessible and to close long-standing equity gaps in education.

Outside of teaching and research, Dr. Redlo is deeply involved in his local community, serving as the vice-chair of the Town of Henrietta Youth Development Advisory Committee and a board member on the Town of Henrietta Zoning Board of Appeals.


  • Kiss, E.A., & Redlo, J.M. (2020). Meeting the need: Creation of an online infection prevention course for direct support professionals during COVID-19 [Manuscript submitted for publication]. Golisano Institute for Developmental Disability Nursing, St. John Fisher College.
  • Redlo, J.M. (2020). Faculty perceptions of effective online teacher training: A phenomenological approach [Manuscript submitted for publication]. Department of Leadership, American College of Education.
  • Redlo, J.M. (2019). The direction of developmental education. Journal of Research and Teaching in Developmental Education, Fall 2019 Special Issue.
  • Redlo, J.M. (2019-Present) Co-Editor, Journal of Research and Teaching in Developmental Education.
  • Redlo, J.M. (2018). Presentation information. In T. Shamblin & R. Dimino (Eds.), College success: A guide to navigating Monroe Community College (188-190). Rochester, NY: Lumen Learning.
  • Redlo, J.M. (2018). Rochester, NY: A haven for delicious food. Travelista Club.
  • Redlo, J.M., & Hsieh, Y. (2017). Students perceived features & barriers to success in online courses: A case study. 2017 Graduate Hospitality & Tourism Research Conference Proceedings. University of Houston: Houston, TX.