Scott E Houck
Personal BiographyIt is helping the students, the professors, and the staff at Metropolitan State University of Denver realize their potential and achieve their goals that defines what I do and I how I measure success.
I inspire people to believe, dream and achieve their goals and have demonstrated this in a distinguished and exemplary leadership role with a focus on delivering excellent customer service in educational media services. Award-winning director/producer/videographer/editor/photographer Director of creative and educational media services Creative and technical professional team leader Exceptional analytical skills Outstanding communication, negotiation and consensus-building skills Excellent planning and organization skills Highly motivated team player Instructional Designer
University of Denver Project Management
University of Colorado Denver M.A., Instructional Learning Technologies
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Other“Telly” award for documentary filmmaking in Culture and Education
“Telly” award for documentary filmmaking in Culture and Education for The Pursuit of Happiness (2013). (This was one of a three-part series comparing college students in Ethiopia, South Africa and the U.S. on dimensions of happiness. The other films in the series are: The Meaningful Life: The Role of Helping Behavior and Dimensions of Culture: Differing Views from Ethiopia, South Africa and the U.S.)
“Telly” award for documentary filmmaking in Education and Social Issues
“Telly” award for documentary filmmaking in Education and Social Issues (2009). Becoming Me: The Gender Within (The Telly is a national competition honoring outstanding non-network television programs and non-broadcast video and film productions.)
“The Communicator Award"
“The Communicator Award” (2009). Rocking the Cradle: Gay Parenting. (A national award of excellence honoring creative excellence for communications professionals.)
“Telly” Award for Social Documentary: Definitions of the American West (2007).
The Distinguished Service Award (DSA) was initiated in 1977 for the purpose of University employees to recognize the outstanding and unusual contributions of their peers, which are clearly above and beyond the norm.
The "Distinguished Service Award" recognizes continuing and excellent service to and for Metropolitan State University of Denver and its mission in the following general areas:
Joseph F. Arcese Award
Metropolitan State University of Denver Athletics
Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society
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