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Jon Schull

Community Organizer and Professor At Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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Background Information

Employment History

Research Scientist

Rochester Institute of Technology


Tenured Associate Professor of Biological Psychology

Haverford College


Affiliations

Rochester Cycling Alliance

Board Member


Peregrine and E-Nable

Founder


QuakeHelp.net Partnership

Founder


awa.com

Founder


Downtown Anywhere

Co-Founder


School of Informatics

Faculty Member


E-nable’s

Founder


Solidoodle LLC

Founder


Q&A With e-NABLE

Founder


Enable Community Foundation

Founder


SoftLock.com Inc

Founder


NotSpots.net

Founder


Google Plus group

Founder


Education

B.S.

Experimental Psychology

Reed College


Ph.D.

Biological Psychology

University of Pennsylvania


Web References(162 Total References)


About the RCA | Rochester Cycling Alliance

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Jonathan Schull, Co-founder
A biological psychologist, entrepreneur, community organizer, and professor at RIT's Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Author of 14 patents and many scholarly articles, he has done significant work in information commerce, intelligence in biological and artificial systems, active transportation and sustainability, and internet technologies for collaboration and problem-solving. Jon and his collaborators are currently working on an amazing technology that combats obesity and depression, slows global warming, stimulates local economies, improves quality of life, and beautifies the environment.


About the RCA | Rochester Cycling Alliance

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Jonathan Schull, Co-founder
A biological psychologist, entrepreneur, community organizer, and professor at RIT's Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Author of 14 patents and many scholarly articles, he has done significant work in information commerce, intelligence in biological and artificial systems, active transportation and sustainability, and internet technologies for collaboration and problem-solving. Jon and his collaborators are currently working on an amazing technology that combats obesity and depression, slows global warming, stimulates local economies, improves quality of life, and beautifies the environment.


Jon Schull | TEDxFlourCity

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Jon Schull
Using an amazing combination of technology and generosity, Jon organized the E-nable community. This organization connects people with 3D printers to children in need of prosthetic hands. The hands are designed, printed, and assembled for free. A biological psychologist, entrepreneur, community organizer, and Coordinator of RIT's MAGIC ACT initiative (RIT's Media Arts Games Interaction and Creativity initiative for Access and Collaboration Technologies), Jon Schull has successfully implemented planning, problem solving, creativity, and innovation processes and projects in a variety of teams and organizations. Author of 18 patents and scores of scholarly articles, Schull is an internationally recognized innovator in intellectual property protection, information commerce, intelligence in biological and artificial systems, active transportation and sustainability, crowd-sourced mass-customized volunteer-printed prosthetics, and the facilitation of multi-disciplinary collaboration via technology and mentoring. Prof. Schull has delivered speeches at industry events, lectured at universities, and spoken to smaller groups on a variety of topics, electronic publishing, biological and cultural evolution, active transportation planning, the teaching and learning of innovation, and emerging technologies for collaboration.


Jon Schull | TEDxFlourCity

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Jon Schull
e-NABLing Connected Humanitarians Video Description: Starting with an update on the success of the E-nable maker community in providing 3D printed prosthetics to children worldwide, Jon Schull describes a wider vision of connected humanitarians in which problems in underserved populations can be helped by globally mobilized, innovative caring volunteerism. John Schull is a biological psychologist, entrepreneur, community organizer, and Coordinator of RIT's MAGIC ACT initiative (RIT's Media Arts Games Interaction and Creativity initiative for Access and Collaboration Technologies). Author of 18 patents and scores of scholarly articles, Schull is an internationally recognized innovator in intellectual property protection, information commerce, intelligence in biological and artificial systems, active transportation and sustainability, crowd-sourced mass-customized volunteer-printed prosthetics, and the facilitation of multi-disciplinary collaboration via technology and mentoring. Prof. Schull has delivered speeches at industry events, lectured at universities, and spoken to smaller groups on a variety of topics, electronic publishing, biological and cultural evolution, active transportation planning, the teaching and learning of innovation, and emerging technologies for collaboration.


About - e-NABLE.org

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In 2013, Jon Schull founded e-NABLE, established the MAGIC ACT/e-NABLE lab at RIT, recruited Skip Meetze as full time volunteer extroardinaire, and co-founded the 501(c)3 Enable Community Foundation (ECF)
In 2016 , Schull resigned from ECF and retired from RIT. Schull and Meetze closed the RIT Lab, and in January, will open the Rochester Enable Lab at Vertus High School (and Re-NABLE.org).


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