Nicholas Duncan

Nicholas Duncan

Nicholas Duncan, Adjunct Instructor

Information Technology

Portrait of Nicholas Duncan


Nick Duncan is a creative technologist, educator and interactive designer who has been with the IT Program since 2015. He has previously worked with the program as an undergraduate peer learning assistant and graduate teaching assistant, and he is currently an adjunct instructor. Duncan teaches several digital media courses, including INFOTC 2610, 2615, 3610, and 4610. His current research seeks to combine interactive media with digital environments to investigate what technological tools educators can utilize to most effectively influence student outcomes and attitudes in an online environment. When he isn’t working at the University, he stays busy by managing his small media production business and working with individuals around Missouri. Nick lives in Warrenton, MO, with his wife and many pets. When he’s not teaching classes or braving the drive between Warrenton and Columbia, he enjoys playing video games (PC), watching anime/TV shows/movies, gardening, and tinkering.


Associate of Arts from Moberly Area Community College
Bachelor of Science from University of Missouri
Master of Science from University of Missouri

Technical Focus

Digital Media Pre-Production and Project Management
Digital Media Capture Techniques and Technologies
Digital Media Post-Production and Editing Technologies
Multimedia Design and Aesthetics
Multimedia Marketing and Advertising Management
Computer Systems and Hardware Performance
Interactive Systems and Digital Tools

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