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College of Science and Engineering
Dean's Office, Engineering 500
901 12th Avenue, P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
I've been Dean of the College of Science and Engineering at Seattle University since September 2007. Before joining Seattle University, I was a professor of computer science at the University of New Hampshire and Oregon State University. I hold a Ph.D. in computer science from Washington State University, an M.S. in computer sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a B.S. in mathematics from Gonzaga University.
Before I became an administrator, I had an active research program in the area of parallel computing that resulted in the publication of more than 60 refereed journal and conference papers. My textbooks on parallel computing have been used by hundreds of universities worldwide.
I began teaching a course in computer ethics back in 1994, and in 2003-2004 I wrote a textbook called Ethics for the Information Age, which is now in its fifth edition. It has been adopted by more than 125 colleges and universities in the United States and many more internationally.
Follow this link to access a Web page containing links to interesting Web material related to computer ethics.
Follow this link to access the PowerPoint presentation, "Privacy and the Web." I gave this presentation on May 24, 2010 at Everett Community College.
Follow this link to access the PowerPoint presentation, "Season Your Lectures with Active Learning." I gave this presentation on June 1, 2007 at the OSU Innovations in Science and Engineering Education Conference.
Follow this link to access a suite a 18 Java applets designed to help students learn fundamental concepts in computer science.
Follow this link to access
source code appearing in the textbook Parallel Programming in C with
MPI and OpenMP, published by McGraw-Hill in 2004.
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From time to time I give a colloquium on
effective presentation techniques.
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