Greg Bodily is a senior developer at the Center for Teaching & Learning. He leads a team of students in developing applications such as BYU Learning Suite that assist in student learning. Greg’s expertise includes application and database development, as well as various other server and Web-based platforms.
In addition to BYU Learning Suite, Greg has been the lead or supervising developer on several projects during his time at CTL. Some of these include the Virtual ChemLab, Virtual Physics Lab, and Virtual Biology Lab series; the Hallowed Ground Sacred Journeys virtual tour of Salt Lake City, Virtual Tympanometer, Tree Tour of Campus website, and several other projects.
He joined CTL as a full-time employee in 2005, prior to which he spent 6 years at Novell as a software engineer. However, Greg has been involved with CTL since 1998 either as a student or a part-time employee, working mostly on the Virtual ChemLab series before joining CTL as a full-time employee.
Greg served an LDS mission to Sapporo, Japan from 1994-1996. He and his wife have three boys and one girl. He also loves cheering on the BYU football team and never misses a game.
- Senior developer, Center for Teaching & Learning, Brigham Young University
- Software engineer, Novell
- Multimedia development with tools such as Flex, Flash, and Director
- Application development
- Simulation development
- Web site development
- BA Electronics Engineering Technology, Brigham Young University