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Degree Program University
M.S. Computer Science University at Albany
B.S. Comp Sci & Applied Math University at Albany
Ph.D. Information Science University at Albany

My Siena Experience

My Favorite Courses to Teach

Data Structures - teaching students to do interesting things.
Networks - a large and growing field. Students use networks every day.
Management Information Systems - using computers to enhance the performance of organizations and empower people.
Intro to GIS - Geographic Information Systems are used in a variety of ways and is a great visualization and decision support tool.

My Professional Experience

Year Title University
2007 - Now Associate Professor, Computer Science Siena College
2001 - 2007 Assistant Professor, Computer Science Siena College
1986 - 2001 Manager, Systems Programming, Computer Science SUNY Albany
1984 - 1986 Researcher Phoenix Data Systems
1979 - 1984 Systems Programmer, Computer Science SUNY Albany
1977 - 1979 Teaching assistant, Computer Science SUNY Albany

Current Research

Data Structures
Geographic Information Systems
Networks
Management Information Systems

Articles & Book Reviews

  • Co-Laboration: A New Paradigm for Building a Management Information Systems Course'
    Information Systems Education Journal
    2010
  • Co-Laboration: A New Paradigm for Building a Management Information Systems Course
    The Proceedings of the Information Systems Education Conference 2009
    2009
  • Google Docs & Lotus Notes: Two Frameworks for Strategic e-Collaboration
    Mainframe Executive
    2009
  • LABS FIRST: A COMPUTER SCIENTIST'S GUIDE TO TEACHING MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
    Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges
    2009
  • Globalization and Outsourcing: U.S. Programmer in the Middle
    z/Journal
    2007
  • A Practical Algorithm for Computing Neighbors in Quadtrees, Octrees, and Hyperoctrees
    International Conference on Modeling, Simulation, and Visualization Methods
    2006
  • Teaching a Globalization Module in an Information Systems Course: The Seven Lenses Model and Outsourcing
    International Academy of Business and Economics
    2006
  • Teaching a Globalization Module in an Information Systems Course: The Seven Lenses Model and Outsourcing
    International Journal of Business Research
    2006
  • Using RFID in the Classroom to Teach Information Systems Principles
    Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges
    2006
  • Migrating a Mainframe SNA Link to Ethernet using Communications Server Running on AIX
    z/Journal
    2005
  • Time Diversification and Changing Volatility in an Options Pricing Framework
    Journal of Academy of Business and Economics
    2004
  • Octree-based 3-D GIS: A Review and Conceptual Design
    17th Annual Geographic Information Seminar American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
    1995

Awards & Distinctions

  • Charter member of the New York State Sigma Chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the Honor Society for the
    Category: Other
    Charter member of the New York State Sigma Chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the Honor Society for the, 2007
  • Granted tenure
    Category: Teaching
    Granted tenure, 2007
  • Promoted to Associate Professor
    Category: Teaching
    Promoted to Associate Professor, 2007
  • Awarded graduate assistantship, SUNY/Albany
    Category: Other
    Awarded graduate assistantship, SUNY/Albany, 1979
  • Awarded graduate assistantship, SUNY/Albany
    Category: Other
    Awarded graduate assistantship, SUNY/Albany, 1978
  • Awarded graduate assistantship, SUNY/Albany
    Category: Other
    Awarded graduate assistantship, SUNY/Albany, 1977

Books & Book Chapters

  • Handbook of Research on Global Information Technology Management in the Digital Economy

    2008

Presentations

  • Co-'Lab'oration: A New Paradigm for Building a Management Information Systems Course
    2009
    ISECON 2009, Washington, District of Columbia
  • LABS FIRST: A COMPUTER SCIENTIST'S GUIDE TO TEACHING MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
    2009
    Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Northeastern Conference (CCSCNE), Plattsburgh, New York
  • A Practical Algorithm for Computing Neighbors in Quadtrees, Octrees, and Hyperoctrees
    2006
    International Conference on Modeling, Simulation, and Visualization Methods, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Using RFID in the Classroom to Teach Information Systems Principles
    2006
    Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Northeastern Conference (CCSCNE), Worcester, Massachusetts
  • Octree-based 3-D GIS: A Review and Conceptual Design
    1995
    17th Annual Geographic Information Seminar American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Unknown, Unknown