Robert G. Lutz, M Ed
Bob Lutz is the Director of Instructional Technologies for The Florida Center for Inclusive Communities (FCIC). He is responsible for and oversees all aspects of web development, multimedia, desktop publishing, and computer support for over 100 faculty and division staff. Bob comes to FMHI from the USF Division of Student Affairs where he was the assistant to the Associate Vice-President for Enrollment, Planning and Management. During his tenure at Student Affairs, he was tasked with the creation and development of the university's Faculty Lecture Program, which provided lectures from over 60 tenured faculty members to any high school in the five-county area surrounding USF. Bob's duties also included Webmaster for the FLP, as well as the National Student Exchange, and University-Wide Councils and Committees. Bob received his Master's degree in instructional technology from USF after having received his bachelor's degree in Psychology. He has worked as an instructional design consultant for Nielsen Media Research, and the Pinellas County School System.