Summary | Education | Experience | Publications | Funded
Grants | Consulting
Technical Reports | Invited
Presentations | Professional
Community Work | Awards
“New Technologies in HCI”, invited speaker, Frontiers in
Educational Technology, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale,
FL. July 2001.
“Curriculum Resources in Multimedia”, workshop participant,
ACM Special Interest Group on Multimedia Conference, Orlando,
FL. November 1999.
Invited Speaker, undergraduate Software Engineering class, Nova
Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL. November 1999.
Invited Speaker, Florida Business Technology Education Conference,
Miami, FL, October 1997.
“Educator’s Open House: Exchanging Resources, Delivery
Formats, Learning Strategies, and Future Concerns”, special
interest group organizer, ACM Special Interest Group on Computer
Human Interaction (SIGCHI) conference, March 1997.
“Designing the user interface for speech recognition applications”,
workshop participant, ACM Special Interest Group on Computer
Human Interaction (SIGCHI) conference, Vancouver, B.C., April
"Increasing Collaboration between Industry and Academia
in HCI Education", workshop organizer, ACM Special Interest
Group on Computer Human Interaction (SIGCHI) conference, April
Guest Lecturer, Human Computer Interaction class, Florida Atlantic
University, Boca Raton, FL, November 1994.
"Designing the Teaching of HCI", workshop participant
ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction (SIGCHI)
conference, April 1994.
"Human Factors Professionals at Work," Guest Lecturer,
Cognitive Psychology class, SUNY Binghamton, May 1993.
MBTI Workshop for Resident Advisors and Resident Assistants,
Hillside Community, SUNY Binghamton, Spring 1992, Fall 1992.
MBTI Workshop for New Student Orientation, Watson School of
Engineering, SUNY Binghamton, Fall 1991.
Speaker at "Females + Math = Exciting Careers" conference,
Understanding: Children Can Do It, Why Can't Computers?",
Parents' Day Speaker, SUNY Binghamton, Binghamton, NY, October
Speaker to Psychology Department RLR (Research Literature Roundtable),
SUNY Binghamton, February, 1990.
"Ethics: A Computer Science Perspective", presented
at Thirteenth National Seminar on Successful College Teaching,
Orlando, FL, March 1989.
"Integrating Supercomputing Technology into the Undergraduate
Curriculum", Undergraduate Faculty Enhancement Program,
Cornell National Super Computer Facility, Ithaca, NY, June, 1988.
"Supercomputing and Teaching" presentation at the
Inaugural meeting of SUPER! (Supercomputing by University People
for Education and Research) at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY,
"The Tower of Babel: Evolution in Computer Languages",
Freshman Open House Speaker, SUNY Binghamton, Binghamton, NY,
Talk to history class studying effect of computers on their
lives, Broome Community College, Computers and Society, October
1980 and February, 1981.