As a Teaching and Learning Consultant for Teaching and Learning Services, Rey has worked closely with the Offices of Learning Technologies and Digital Learning to provide pedagogical resources and strategies with the incorporation of new software and technology in the classroom, most notably with the iClicker Student Response System. With degrees in Anthropology and Linguistics, Rey has worked at the intersections of sociocultural anthropology, policy, and rhetorical studies to identify the ways in which local populations act and react to sudden changes within their nuclear energy environments. He has used this research background to create engaging face-to-face, hybrid, and fully digital courses that promote experiential learning through lab experiences.
Rey has over ten years of experience in higher education as adjunct faculty, program coordinator, and assistant director working in areas including international programs, TESOL/EAP, and volunteer services. He has previously served on the Board of Directors for an international non-governmental organization and currently serves as interim managing editor of a multidisciplinary journal.