DEPARTMENT: Information Systems
LOCATION: Main Campus, Harrisonburg | CC 126
PHONE: (540) 432-4580
Ben Beachy received his bachelors degree from Eastern Mennonite University in 2002, after spending two years volunteering and providing technical support for non-profit organizations in southern Colorado. Also since 2002 he has worked for the university’s information system department in various capacities. He completed a masters degree in business administration in December 2009 and has helped his wife found Shenandoah Valley Community School, a non-profit alternative school in the pattern of the Sudbury Valley School. Beachy lives outside Harrisonburg with his wife, their son, and their various pets.
B.S., Eastern Mennonite University
M.B.A., Eastern Mennonite University
(2006). Theological Breakdown, Rebuilding, and Hope. In K. Graber Miller & M.E. Berry (eds.), Wrestling with the Text: Young Adult Perspectives on Scripture. (pp. 121-126). USA: Cascadia Publishing House.
(2010, December) Achieving Compliance on Faculty Credentials (With Dr. Beryl Brubaker) Presentation given at the 2010 SACS COC Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY.
(2010, June) Integrating Emergency Notification into JICS. Presentation given at the 2010 Jenzabar Annual Meeting (JAM), Orlando, FL.
(2009, May) Replacing Your Old Portal with My Pages. Presentation given at the 2009 Jenzabar Annual Meeting (JAM), National Harbor, MD.
(2007, June) Web Applications for Institutional Effectiveness. Presentation given at the 2007 CCCU Conference on Technology and Finance, Grantham, PA.