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  • Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences, Rutgers University
  • M.S. in Applied Psychology/Human Factors, Stevens Institute of Technology
  • M.S. in Computer Science, Stevens Institute of Technology
  • B.A. in Environmental Studies/Physics, William Paterson College
Courses Taught
  • GISAT 100: Environmental and Energy Sustainability
  • GISAT 112: Environmental Issues in Science and Technology
  • ISAT 142: Analytical Methods II (Physics and Calculus)
  • ISAT 320: Fundamentals of Environmental Science and Technology I
  • ISAT 321: Fundamentals of Environmental Science and Technology II
  • ISAT 416: Alternative Energy Practicum (Study Abroad)
  • ISAT 420: Environmental Analysis and Modeling
  • ISAT 422: Industrial Environmental Management
  • ISAT 426: Environmental Information Systems
  • ISAT 427: Industrial Hygiene
  • ISAT 428/528: Industrial Ecology
  • ISAT 447/571: Interaction Design
  • ISAT 480: International Energy Initiatives (Study Abroad)
  • ISAT 566-MALT: Air and Waste Management
  • ISAT 580: Environmental Analysis and Modeling
  • ISAT 651: System Requirements Analysis
  • CS 240/512: Algorithms and Data Structures
  • CS 447/547: Interaction Design
  • ENVT 400: Environmental Capstone – Food and Fuel
  • GSCI 104: Scientific Perspectives
  • OSHA HazWOpER training (24-hour, 40-hour and 8-hour refresher)
Professional Interests
  • Environmental Decision Support and Information Systems
  • Environmental Systems Engineering
  • Industrial Ecology, EH&S Management
  • Interaction Design and Computer/Human Interfaces
  • Auditory Data Representation
  • Coordinator, Environmental Management Program and Environmental Information Systems Program; Director, Collaboration for Environment, Health and Safety
  • Seventeen years of environmental systems engineering with AT&T (Bell Labs and Environment, Health and Safety)
  • Three years of alternative energy and data representation research with Exxon Research and Engineering Company
  • 10 years adjunct professor with Middlesex County College (NJ) in the departments of Computer Science and Environmental Science

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