Teaching

I have placed some important materials and highlights of the courses in the individual course pages. If you are interested in taking any of these courses, you should refer to the individual course pages which list the objectives of the course and also provide some class reflections.

The Faces of IT students


These students have gone on to pursue a career in IT. If you are interested in their organization, I have also put their email addresses in case you want to contact them and learn more. Pages are sorted by graduation class: 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011

The New Faces of IT


These are the newly declared IT underclassmen. They will be pursuing summer internship for the summer 2010. If you are interested in knowing more, please contact them individually.

Students Reflection

Here are reflections of students who have graduated. I have included both IT majors and non-majors to provide from both sets of students since I also taught the introductory course which is a core requirement for all business majors.

Looking Back: There was no way I was adding IT as another Major.
Lisa Hensch, Class of 2006, Information Management Leadership Program, GE Healthcare - Wauwatosa, WI.
IT Major: A growing tree of diverse opportunities
Candace Spears, Class of 2007, Information Management Leadership Program, GE Healthcare - Wauwatosa, WI.
Reasons to be an IT Major or at least remember what you have learned
Rachel A. Hoover, Class of 2007, Consulting Analyst, Accenture - Milwaukee, WI.

My journey through the IT program
Melissa Kessler, Class of 2008, Consulting Analyst, Accenture - Chicago, IL.

How IT came to me?
Stephanie Storck, Class of 2008, Systems and Process Assurance Associate, PricewaterhouseCoopers - Washington, DC.
Information technology: Is it in You?
J.J. Foley, Class of 2009, Financial Management Program Intern, GE - Eerie, PA.