National Science Foundation Computer and Networking Systems Division 4201 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA 22230 (703) 292

-5006 (NSF)
alasalle@nsf.gov

Dr. Anita J. La Salle

Professional Interests Education

Research in the areas of software engineering, software project risk management, technology project management, software process-improvement, education, education policy, and infrastructure. Ph.D. Computer Science 1980, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ. Thesis: "The functional decomposition of an operating system for off-loading onto peripheral processors" MS Mechanical Engineering 1971, Newark College of Engineering, Newark, NJ BS Mechanical Engineering 1964, Newark College of Engineering, Newark, NJ Other: Oracle Training 1995; Capability Maturity Model 1996; ISO9000 1996; Macromedia UltraDev 2002; Cold Fusion 2002; OOAD and UML 002; CMMI 2003, SEI Risk Assessment 2003

Employment History 2006 – Present National Science Foundation Program Manager, Computer and Network Systems Division (CNS), Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) 4201 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA 22230 Principle Responsibilities:

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Advise and assist Division Director in the development of long range plans. Oversee and manage merit review processes that result in awards and declines of research proposals and the distribution of funds to support computing-related research. Collaborate with members of program management clusters in Education and Workforce and Science of Design. Manage performance assessment processes for Division. Oversee and manage post-award processes. Engage in outreach activities and award site-visits. Serve as Division’s Conflict of Interests Officer. Co-Direct CISE Education Initiative. Track research trends and emerging technologies in computing. Catalyze joint-funding opportunities between CNS Division, other Divisions of NSF, and other Federal Agencies. Represent NSF at professional meetings, conferences and other venues.

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2000 – 2006 and 1988 - 1998

National Science Foundation Expert (Part-Time), Computer and Network Systems Division (CNS), Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) and for Directorate for Education and Human Resources, Division of Undergraduate Education. Principal Responsibilities:

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Manage programs for CISE Division of Computer and Networking Systems (CNS). Evaluate proposals for funding, generate RFPs, monitor and evaluate proposal management processes, coordinate undergraduate and graduate research and educational initiatives, manage budgets, and produce program announcements and special reports, manage grants and contracts. Rev. January 23, 2007 1 of 14

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Serve on Science of Design Cluster, Education and Workforce Cluster, Dynamic Data Driven Application Systems Cluster and Co-Direct CISE Educational Initiative. Manage instrumentation and infrastructure programs in IT and engineering, Coordinate software RFPs with external contractors, oversight of external contractors, Manage budgets; develop processes for proposal management and automation.

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Other: Recipient of Director’s Award, June 2006. Recipient of Director’s Award, June 2005. Member of NSF’s FedTraveler Requirements Review Board. Member of CISE’s Recruiting Committee. Member of CISE’s Human Capital Planning Committee. Managed CNS Division’s Committee of Visitors, March 2006. Managed EIA Division’s Committee of Visitors, May 2001.

American University, Washington, D.C. Professor Emeritus, Kogod School of Business (2002-2005), Director of Master of Science in Information Technology Management (MSITM) Program (until August 2005), Chair of Information Technology Department, Professor (tenured), Department of Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS), College of Arts and Sciences, and Chair of CSIS (1992-1996). Principal Responsibilities:

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Administration of departments. Preparation of strategic plans and implementation strategies. Teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Information Technology, Computer Science, and Information Systems (see course repertoire). Curriculum and external program development Research into systems and software engineering, distributed systems, and laboratory development. As Director of Marketing for CSIS and Director of MSITM, development of certificate and degree programs for off-site and weekend programs, market programs to business and government, develop budgets, and define supporting infrastructures of hardware and software to maintain programs. Manage program accreditation by external Accreditors.

• 1987 - 1988

National Science Foundation, Washington, DC Program Director -- Undergraduate Science, Engineering and Mathematics Education Division (USEME) in Directorate for Education and Human Resources (HER) (On detail from the New Jersey Institute of Technology) Principal Responsibilities: • Program Director for engineering and computer science instrumentation.


NSF Manager of Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program (REU). Directorate Coordinator for Ethics and Values Program. Design and implement proposal review and evaluation processes to assure the quality of engineering and science education. Conduct technical analysis of proposals. Select outstanding scientists to provide objective reviews of proposals, either as individuals or as members of panels. Determine the need for and direct the preparation of technical and administrative guides, standards and criteria to accomplish improvement in undergraduate engineering and science education. Rev. January 23, 2007 2 of 14



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Conduct final review of proposals and recommend awards based on resources, priorities and knowledge of NSF policies and goals. Manage NSF grants, contracts and cooperative agreements with other agencies. Ensure fulfillment of commitments by review of reports, publications or site visits. Maintain effective dialogue and liaison with Federal, state and local agencies; professional organizations; and other institutions and the public on all aspects of scientific and engineering personnel and education.

1974 - 1987

New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ Associate Chair of Computer & Information Science Department, Associate Professor of Computer & Information Science (tenured), Fellow of Manufacturing Engineering Research Responsibilities: • Research into systems and software, communication systems, operating systems, distributed processing and computer science education. • Project/thesis advisor to more than 70 undergraduate and graduate students. • Writing research proposals. Eight proposals written from 1983 to 1987 totaling over $1,000,000. Six of these were funded for over $800,000. • Co-designed Ph.D. program and three doctoral-level courses for the CIS Department Ph.D. Faculty Responsibilities: • Teach graduate and undergraduate courses in systems and software engineering, telecommunications, operating systems, computer architecture, programming languages, computer center organization and the computer science core curriculum.


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First member of faculty to organize, prepare and present a course for credit on public television (15 one-hour segments). Developed the Institute's first personal computer laboratory as well as the first Computer Aided Instruction laboratory. Member of twelve academic committees. Academic advisor to 90 undergraduate students per year. Presentation of a variety of Continuing Education courses.

Administrative Responsibilities: • Managed the academic and non-academic administrative activities of the Computer & Information Science Department. This included the supervision of 50-60 full and part-time faculty, 25-35 teaching assistants and 5 full-time support personnel. • Managed marketing efforts for CIS. During period of 1976 until 1987, increased enrollments from 27 majors to 1280 majors. • Recruited and trained faculty and staff. Prepared and monitored budgets, purchased equipment and furnishings and developed laboratories from their inception. • Developed off-campus master degree programs at seven state-wide sites including both corporate and non-affiliated locations. • Coordinated Board of Visitors of industrial representatives who served as advisors to the department. 1969 - 1974 Newark College of Engineering, Newark, NJ. Academic Coordinator of Computer Center Principle Responsibilities: • Programming consultant on more than 50 research projects and advanced scientific applications. • Managed daily operation of a remote-job-entry stations staffed by students in addition to supervising 16-20 user assistants. Rev. January 23, 2007 3 of 14

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Developed and maintained software libraries as well as documentation for their applications in scientific and engineering projects. Authored two university feasibility studies that resulted in the purchase and installation of two mainframes and a minicomputer system to achieve the educational, research and administrative goals of the institute. Supervised the conversion team involved in the installation of a new mainframe computing system as well as creation of a minicomputer facility. Designed and developed special training programs to upgrade computer literacy of faculty and staff.

1967 - 1969

Worthington Corporation, Harrison, NJ, Research Engineer in Computer Applications Principle Responsibilities:


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Supervised a group of specialists responsible for computer applications to heat transfer problems and automated product design. Developed and maintained programs for automated design, selection and performance calculations of heat transfer equipment. Conducted computer-training seminars for engineers and scientists.

1866 - 1867

Falstrom Company, Passaic, NJ Assistant to Chief Engineer. Developed computer programs for numerically controlled tools. York Division of Borg-Warner Corporation, York, Pa., Research Engineer. Designer and developer of thermoelectric products for commercial and military use and designer of thermoelectric product test suites. Development of computer programs for test data reduction. • • • Three National Science Foundation Director’s Awards. Visiting Scientist to University of Houston's Visiting Scientist Program, Center for Computational Science and Advanced Distributed Simulation, 1996. Award from Eastern Communications Forum, 1993 Nominated for University Award for Outstanding Teaching, 1990. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Recognition of Service Award, 1989 Recipient of National Communications Forum Award 1989. Nominated for the American Society for Engineering Education Excellence in Teaching, 1983 Recipient of New Jersey Institute of Technology merit awards in 1979, 1980, 1981, 1983 and 1985.

1964 - 1966

Honors


• • • • Publications Books

A. J. La Salle, Introduction to Computer Science, workbook for tele-video course, 200 pages, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1986. A. J. La Salle (as member of Steering Committee), report, "Educating the Next Generation of Information Specialists: A Framework for Academic Programs in Informatics," NSF Grant #9352944, published by Center for Advanced Computer Studies, Lafayette, LA, Nov 1993. S. Becker, A. J. La Salle, and B. J. Gleason, "An Integrated CASE Environment for Reverse Engineering," CASE: Issues and Trends for the 1990's and Beyond, IDEA Group Publishing, N. Y., N. Y., 1993.

Book Chapters and Reports

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A. J. La Salle, L. R. Medsker, and D. Hillmer, "Planning and Implementing Expert Systems in Organizations: Tools for Managers," book chapter in Managing Expert Systems, Efraim Turban and Jay Liebowitz, eds., printed August 1991 (Copyright date 1992). A. J. La Salle - editor, Report on the National Science Foundation Disciplinary Workshops on Undergraduate Education, National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C., NSF 89-3, 1989. A.B. Newton, K. V. Schmittle, and A. J. Ventz (La Salle), "Thermoelectric Heating and Cooling," chapter in Developments in Energy Conversion, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1965.

Journals and Proceedings

Maliha Haddad and Anita La Salle, “Improving Software Acquisition Processes: A Study of Real Project Costs”, The 3rd Annual Conference on the Acquisition of Software-Intensive Systems, Arlington, VA, Jan. 2004. Maliha Haddad and Anita J. La Salle, “The Use of Knowledge Management by the Software Acquisition Organization,” Proceedings of the IBER Conference, October 6-10, 2003, Las Vegas, NV, 12 pages. Maliha Haddad and Anita J. La Salle, “Additional Costs and Risks in Software Acquisition Projects,” Journal of Business and Economics Research, Volume 1, Number 8, August 2003. Maliha Haddad and Anita J. La Salle, “Additional Costs and Risks in Software Acquisition Projects,” Proceedings of IBER Conference, October 9-12, 2002, Las Vegas, NV. 8 pages. [Selected as Best Paper]. Maliha Haddad and Anita J. La Salle, “Customer Risk Identification in Software Sub-Contracting,” Proceedings of the Sixth World Congress on Customer Service, October 8-9, Arlington, VA., Published as “Customer Satisfaction Frontiers – VI” Section 5.0., 12 pages, Quality University Press, Fairfax, VA 2002. Maliha Haddad, Anita J. La Salle and Vincent Ribiere, “Risk Assessment in Software SubContracting,” Organizations and Society in Information Systems (OASIS) 2001 Workshop, December 2001, New Orleans. Maliha Haddad and Anita J. La Salle, “Software Subcontracting – Assessing Unexpected Costs,” Proceedings of the SAIS 2001 Conference in March 2-3, 2001, Savannah, GA. Maliha Haddad, Anita J. La Salle and Vincent Ribiere, "Using the SA-CMM as a Tool for Estimating the User and Management Costs for Software Acquisition Projects,” Proceedings of Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2000), Long Beach, CA, August 10-13, 2000, 5pgs. Maliha Haddad and Anita J. La Salle, “Measuring Hidden User-Costs in Software Acquisition Projects,” Proceedings of International Council on Systems Engineering Conference (INCOSE), 5-8 April 2000, Reston, VA. 5 pgs. Maliha Haddad, Anita J. La Salle, and John R. Harrald, “Software Subcontracting and the Cost to the Mature Organization,” Proceedings of AIS'99, Milwaukee, WI, August 1999, 3 pgs. Shirley A. Becker, Ebru Gunaydin Bjarnason and Anita La Salle, "A Structured Approach to Intranet Application Development, Proceedings of IRMA 1999 Conference, Hershey, PA, May 1999, 14 pgs. Rev. January 23, 2007 5 of 14

A. La Salle, et. al., "Multimedia Design and Development: A Team-Centered, Collaborative Curriculum," Proceedings of IRMA 1999 Conference, Hershey, PA, May 1999, 12 pgs. V. Ribiere, A. La Salle, R. Khorramshahgol, and Y. Gousty, "Information Systems Quality Evaluation Tool," Proceedings of 1999 HICSS Conference, Hawaii, January 1999, 9 pgs. S. Becker and A. La Salle, "Translating Software Engineering Principles into Practice: Team Frameworks," Proceedings of SEES'98, November 1998, Poznan, Poland, 7 pgs. A. La Salle, "Mapping Maturity Characteristics into PSP," Proceedings of AIS 1998 Americas Conference, August 1998, Baltimore, MD, 4 pgs. V. Ribiere, A. La Salle, R. Khorramshahgol, "Hospital Information System Quality: A Customer Satisfaction Assessment Tool," ECIS 98, European Conference on Information Systems, June 1998, Aix-Provence, France. 12 pgs. V. Ribiere, A. La Salle, and R. Khorramshahgol, "The Integration of Cause-Effect Techniques into a Hospital Information System Quality Measurement Tool," accepted for publication and presentation at 7th International Conference on Productivity and Quality Research (ICPQR '98). A. La Salle, "An Inverted Computing Curriculum: Preparing Graduates to Build Quality Systems," Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference, November, 1997, Pittsburgh, PA. (5 printed pages -- CDROM). V. Ribiere, A. La Salle, and R. Khorramshahgol, "Measuring Customer Satisfaction: A Case Study in Hospital Information Systems Evaluation," Proceedings of First World Service Congress, October, 1997, Tysons, Virginia. Pgs. 4.20-4.33. G. McGuire and A. La Salle, "Educating the 21st Century Software Professional: Breaking Paradigms and Building Bridges for Global Quality," Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, July 1997, Portland, Oregon. Pgs 569-572. A. J. La Salle and R. Khorramshahgol, "Taguchi Back-End Processing for Simulation Evaluation," Proceedings of the International Conference in Information Engineering, April 1997, Argentina. 11 Pgs. A. La Salle, R. Khorramshahgol, and Y. Gousty, "The Design of a Quality Decision Support System Using Simulation and the Taguchi Method," Proceedings of the 8th European Simulation Symposium and Exhibition, October 1996, Genoa, Italy. G. McGuire and A. J. La Salle, "Reengineering Team Process in Quality-Focused Software Development Environments," Proceedings of IEEE 1996 International Conference on Engineering and Technology Management, August 1996, Vancouver, Canada. Pgs 375-380. A. J. La Salle and R. Khorramshahgol, "Planning and Design of a Quality Information System for TQM," Proceedings of IEEE 1996 International Conference on Engineering and Technology Management, August 1996, Vancouver, Canada. A. J. La Salle and R. Khorramshahgol, "The Application of Taguchi Method to Resource Allocation for Public and Private Projects in a Multi-Criteria Environment." Proceedings of International Conference on Technology Management: University/Industry/Government Collaboration, June 1996, Istanbul, Turkey. 5 Pgs. R. Khorramshahgol and A. La Salle, "Application of Taguchi Method to Software Quality." Proceedings of II Congreso Internacional de Ingenieria Informatica (Second International Congress on Information Engineering). November 14-15, 1995, Buenos Aires, Argentina. pg. 334-339. Rev. January 23, 2007 6 of 14

R. Everhart, A. La Salle, and R. Khorramshahgol, "Applying TQ Principles to the Requirements Phase of System Development." Proceedings of IEEE Annual International Engineering Management Conference. June 28-30, 1995 Singapore. pg. 223-228. D. Feinstein, D. Lidtke, A. La Salle, M. Mulder. "Computer Information Science An Emerging Discipline." Proceedings of Americas Conference on Information Systems. August 1995, Pittsburgh, PA., pg. 572. R. Khorramshahgol, A. La Salle, and G. Mc Guire, "Characteristics of an Ideal Teacher in a Quality Education Environment," Proceedings of the AAUA International Conference in Nice, France, September 1994. 4 Pgs. B. J. Gleason, A. J. La Salle, and E. McGuire, "Developing a Multimedia Laboratory," Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference on Multimedia in Education and Industry. August 1993 D. Hillmer, A. J. La Salle, L. Medsker, and G. Welsh, "A Risk-Identification Tool for Managers Planning Expert System Applications," Expert Systems with Applications International Journal, Pergamon Press, Vol. 4, 1992. A. J. La Salle and L. R. Medsker, "Distributed Knowledge Acquisition From Multiple Experts: Issues and Techniques," expanded version of conference paper to appear in special issue of International Journal of Expert System Applications, Fall 1991. D. Hillmer, A. J. La Salle, L. Medsker, and G. Welsh, "Identifying Risks in Expert System Projects," Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM International Conference on Developing and Managing Expert System Programs, Washington, DC, September, 1991. A. J. La Salle and L. Medsker, "An NSF Funded Research Experience for Undergraduates: Intelligent Systems," ACM SIGCSE Bulletin, Vol. 23, No. 2, June 1991. A. J. La Salle and L.R. Medsker, "Distributed Knowledge Acquisition from Multiple Experts: Issues and Techniques," Proceedings of International Conference on Expert Systems Applications, Los Angeles, November 7-8, 1990. A. J. La Salle and L. R. Medsker, "The Expert System Life Cycle: What Have We Learned From Software Engineering," Proceedings of ACM-SIGBDP International Conference on Trends and Directions in Expert Systems, Florida, October 1990. L. Medsker, A. La Salle, and D. Hillmer, "Knowledge Acquisition and the Expert System Life Cycle," Proceedings IEEE Managing Expert System Programs and Projects Conference, September 10-12, 1990. A. J. La Salle and L. R. Medsker, "Distributed Knowledge Acquisition From Multiple Experts: Issues and Techniques," expanded version of conference paper to appear in special issue of International Journal of Expert System Applications, Fall 1991. A. J. La Salle, "NSF Funding Opportunities in Education," Proceedings of the National Educational Computer Conference, June 1990. A. J. La Salle and M. A. Baltrush, "Linking Electronic Mail Systems: X.400 Standards are the Glue," Proceedings of Symposium on Computer Conferencing and Allied Technology, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, June 1-4, 1987. A. J. La Salle, "Meeting a Need: Televideo Courses in Computing," Proceedings of Frontiers in Education Conference, Texas, October 1986. A. J. La Salle and M. A. Baltrush, "Advances in Communications: the X.400 Communication Standard," Proceedings of ACM Computer Science Conference, Cincinnati, February 1986. Rev. January 23, 2007 7 of 14

L. R. Medsker, M. A. Baltrush and A. J. La Salle, "Computer Networking for an Engineering Environment," Proceedings of ACM Computer Science Conference, Philadelphia, PA, February 1984. A. J. La Salle report to Hon. M. Rinaldo, Electronic Funds Transfer, Congressional Committee on Banking, report published in Congressional Record, September 1977. A. J. La Salle report to Hon. M. Rinaldo, Report on the Privacy Act, Congressional Hearings on the Privacy Act, report published in Congressional Record 1977.

Invited Articles and Presentations

Maliha Haddad and Anita La Salle, “Unanticipated Costs and Risks Associated with Software Outsourcing”, presented at American Society for Quality (ASQ), July 2004, Tysons, Virginia. Anita La Salle, “Software Industry and Economic Security” presented at the Software Industry Conference, April 2004, Software Productivity Consortium, Reston VA. Maliha Haddad and Anita La Salle, “Costs and Risks on Software Acquisition Projects”, presented at Software Engineering Process Group (SEPG) Conference, March 2004, Orlando. Maliha Haddad and Anita La Salle, “Improving Software Acquisition Processes: A Study of Real Project Costs”, presented at The 3rd Annual Conference on the Acquisition of Software-Intensive Systems, Arlington, Virginia, January 2004. Maliha Haddad and Anita J. La Salle, “Customer Risk Identification in Software SubContracting,” Presented at the Sixth World Congress on Customer Service, October 8-9, Arlington, VA. Maliha Haddad, Anita J. La Salle and Vincent Ribiere, “Risk Assessment in Software SubContracting,” Organizations and Society in Information Systems (OASIS) 2001 Workshop, December 2001, New Orleans. Maliha Haddad and Anita J. La Salle, “Software Subcontracting – Assessing Unexpected Costs,” Proceedings of the SAIS 2001 Conference in March 2-3, 2001, Savannah, GA. S. Becker and A. La Salle, "Translating Software Engineering Principles into Practice: Team Frameworks," Presented at SEES'98, November 1998, Poznan, Poland. A. La Salle, "Mapping Maturity Characteristics into PSP," Presented at AIS 1998 Americas Conference, August 1998, Baltimore, MD. A. La Salle, "An Inverted Computing Curriculum: Preparing Graduates to Build Quality Systems," Presented at the Frontiers in Education Conference, November 1997, Pittsburgh, PA. "What is New in the New Curricula: Content" and "What is New in the New Curricula: Learning and Teaching" Presented at National Educational Computing Conference (NECC'97), Seattle, Washington, June 1997. "Cleanroom Software Engineering: Where are we failing in technology transfer?" Presented at 3rd International Conference on Cleanroom Engineering Practices , University of Maryland, College Park, MD, October 1996. Rev. January 23, 2007 8 of 14

"Reengineering Team Process in Quality-Focused Software Development Environments," Presented at IEEE 1996 International Conference on Engineering and Technology Management, August 1996, Vancouver, Canada. Presenter of "Computer Information Science An Emerging Discipline." by D. Feinstein, D. Lidtke, A. La Salle, M. Mulder. Americas Conference on Information Systems. August 1995, Pittsburgh, PA. "Teaching and Learning in the Quality Movement." Presented at the ISe Working Group (Information Systems engineering), Portland, Oregon, September 1995. "Technology Enabled Learning." Presented at the NSF Invitational Conference on Collaboratives, December 1995, Washington, DC. R. Khorramshahgol, A. La Salle, and G. Mc Guire, "Characteristics of an Ideal Teacher in a Quality Education Environment," presented at the AAUA International Conference in Nice, France, September 1994. A. J. La Salle, and L. Medsker, "The Expert System Life Cycle: What Have We Learned From Software Engineering," presented at the ACM-SIGBPD International Conference on Trends and Directions in Expert Systems, Florida, October, 1990. L. Medsker, A. La Salle, and D. Hillmer, "Knowledge Acquisition and the Expert System Life Cycle," presented at the IEEE Managing Expert System Programs and Projects Conference, Washington, DC, September 10-12, 1990. A. J. La Salle, "Is There a Software Crisis?" invited position paper presented at National Educational Computer Conference, Nashville, June, 1990. A. J. La Salle, "From Hardware to Courseware - Defective Learning in CSE Laboratories?" invited presentation at ACM Computer Science Conference, Washington D.C., February, 1990. Tenure and the Biological Clock - Affirmative Action Programs in Science and Engineering, invited speaker at American Society for Engineering Education National Meeting, University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, June 22, 1988. NSF Supported Undergraduate Instrumentation, invited speaker at American Society for Engineering Education National Meeting, University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, June 21, 1988. State-of-the-Art Engineering Laboratory Experimentation, Panel Chair at the American Society for Engineering Education National Meeting, University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, June 20, 1988. Workshop on Proposal Writing, invited workshop presenter, Small Colleges Computer Science Conference, Clark College, Dubuque, Iowa, April 8, 1988. Support of Two-Year College Computer Science Programs, Keynote Speaker, Regional Meeting of Two-Year Colleges, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, N.Y., March 24, 1988. Workshop on Undergraduate Computer Science Education, Washington University, Washington, D.C., March 10 and 11, 1988. Coordinator, George

Federal Update Workshop: American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, invited speaker at Regional Meeting, Middlesex County College, NJ, November 19, 1987. NSF Research Opportunities, invited speaker at Mid-Atlantic Section Meeting, American Society for Engineering Education, Capitol College, Maryland, November 7, 1987. Rev. January 23, 2007 9 of 14

NSF Support of Undergraduate Education, presenter of Regional Workshop at Southeastern Massachusetts University, North Dartmouth, Mass., November 2, 1987. Towards a More Effective and Efficient Engineering Curriculum, invited panel participant, IEEE/ASEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Terre Haute, Indiana, October 24-27, 1987. Advances in Science and Technology Conference, invited panel participant, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, October 21, 1987. Federal Support of Undergraduate Education, invited panelist at Society of Research Administrators Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 19-21, 1987. Linking Electronic Mail Systems: X.400 Standards are the Glue, Presented at the Symposium on Computer Conferencing and Allied Technology, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, June 1-4, 1987. National Workshop on Electrical/Computer Engineering participant, Kansas City, Missouri, May 4-6, 1987. Education, NSF-sponsored

Meeting a Need: Televideo Courses in Computing, Presented at the Frontiers in Education Conference, Texas, October 1986. Advances in Communications: the X.400 Communication Standard, Presented at the ACM Computer Science Conference, Cincinnati, February 1986. Information Automation in Government, one-day seminar presented at Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, March 1985. Managing New Technology, invited speaker at Management Awareness Conference, New Jersey Institute of Technology, March 1984. New Technology and Small Businesses, invited speaker at NJ Small Business Conference, Somerset, NJ, June, 1984. Computer Networking for an Engineering Environment, Presented at ACM Computer Science Conference, Philadelphia, Pa. February 1984. Steps in Automating Information Processing, Center for Information Age Technology, one and two day workshops presented to: Cape May County Government, May, 1984 N. J. League of Municipalities, June 1984 Center for Non-profit Corporations, October 1984 Somerset County Government, April 1984. Development of a Local Area Network Research Environment, presentation at Governor's Peer Review, Stevens Institute of Technology, NJ, October, 1983. Retraining Mathematicians for Computing Careers, invited speaker at SIAM Conference, Rutgers University, April 1983. Careers in Computing, invited speaker at Newark Careers Conference, Newark, October 1981 and October 1982. Summer Institute for High School Teachers, two-week workshop for high school teachers, New Jersey Institute of Technology, July 1976. Planning a Data Communications System, two-day seminar, New Jersey Institute of Technology, June 1973 and June 1974. Rev. January 23, 2007 10 of 14

Snobol: A Tutorial, speaker at RCA Computer Users Conference, Montreal, Canada, and February 1973. Thermoelectric Principles, invited speaker at American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Harrisburg, PA, 1965. Lectures and Media Programs Invited Speaker at NOVA Conference on Articulation: April 16, 1993, Northern Va. Community College American University Mellon Colloquium -- "Minds and Machines: Technology and Fear" April 28, 1993 Windows of Opportunity Conference (sponsored by Computing Research Association): Session Moderator -- Student Research in Computing, May 1993 PBS-WETA "Challenges in Adult Education" Panel (1 1/2 hours), Thurs, Nov 5, 1992 Introduction to Computer Science, Video course for credit on New Jersey public television (15 broadcast hours), 1987. Selecting a College or University, television interview with Chancellor of Higher Education in NJ, NJ Public Television, 1985. Newark Highlights: Computing Careers, WBGO Radio Interview, Newark, July 1983. Other Professional and Miscellaneous “You Can Get Here From There.” A retrospective of IT, presented to the joint meeting of the IEEE and SWE at Mitre Corporation, November 2004. Chair of two Quality Management sessions, IEEE 1996 International Conference on Engineering and Technology Management, August 1996, Vancouver, Canada. Chaired panel at National Washington, DC, July 1996. Science Foundation's Shaping the Future Conference,

Chaired CSAB Accreditation team for undergraduate Computer Science Program at American University. Chaired Program Review Team for review of undergraduate and graduate programs in CS and IS at American University. Introduction to Computer Science, Video script for course for credit on public television (15 broadcast hours). Graduate Student Guide, guide for graduate students from curriculum requirements through project and thesis design, documentation and defense, 60 pages, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1986. Specification of Computing Requirements, analysis of computing needs for New Jersey Institute of Technology (two separate feasibility studies: 150 pages and 100 pages). VMOS Users Guide, guide to use of the Univac Operating System, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 80 pages. Computer Center Guide, guide to computing facilities at New Jersey Institute of Technology, 75 pages. Instructor's Guide, Students Guide and Lecture Guide for CIS101, instructional materials for basic required course for all freshmen, New Jersey Institute of Technology.

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Planning a Data Communications System, N. J. Institute of Technology, Continuing Education Division, 90 pages. Funding Research Awards 1990-1991 National Science Foundation (funded $36,000) Intelligent Systems Lab - Instrumentation 1990-1991 National Science Foundation (funded $40,000) Research Experience for Undergraduates Site 1989-1990 National Science Foundation (funded $40,000) Research Experience for Undergraduates Site 1988-1989 National Science Foundation (funded $40,000) Research Experience for Undergraduates Site 1988-1989 American University Mellon Fund (funded $6,300) Expert Systems Software Development Tools 1986-1987 AT&T Corporation (funded $215,000) Communication-Based Development (X.400 MTA) 1986-1987 NJ Commission on Science & Technology, Computer Sciences Corp. and AT&T Corp. (funded $300,000) X.400 Communication Standard Development 1985-1986 NJ Commission on Science & Technology, Computer Sciences Corp. and AT&T Corp. (funded $250,000) X.400 Communication Standard Development 1984-1985 AT&T Corp. (funded $35,000) Frame creation system laboratory 1984-1985 AT&T Corp. (funded $25,000) Super-microcomputer laboratory 1983-1984 Control Data Corp. (funded $40,000) CAI laboratory 1981-1984 State of NJ - SBR (funded $22,000) Program transferability through software engineering 1980-1981 National Science Foundation (funded $50,000) Guided design in software engineering 1976-1978 National Science Foundation (funded $250,000) Rev. January 23, 2007 12 of 14

Comprehensive Assistance to Undergraduate Education (CAUSE) 1975-1976 Victoria Foundation (funded $25,000) Development of computing training aids for secondary school teachers 1969-1970 National Science Foundation (funded $35,000) Programs for pressure vessel analysis HPTi: AT&T: Federal Reserve Board: Defense Intelligence Agcy.: Editorial Activities and Board Membership Contracts MSCS/IS On-site program - $250,000 MSIS Weekend Program - $354,450, $350,000 MS Courses in CS and IS - $93,636 MS Certificate in CS - $204,264, $200,000

Associate Editor of Journal of Informing Science Reviewer for SAIS 2001 Conference Reviewer for IEEE Transactions in Software Engineering Reviewer for 1998 HICSS Conference Reviewer for IEEE Education Electronic Journal, Oct. and Nov. 1997 Reviewer for IEEE 1996 International Conference on Engineering and Technology Management Reviewer for ACM SIGCSE Conference: Spring 1992 and 1993 Reviewer for IEEE/ASEE Frontiers in Ed Conference: Summer 1993 Reviewer of Papers for AIS Conferences (1995, 1996) Reviewer of Papers for IEEE Managing Expert Systems Conference CSAB Accreditation Visitor: 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995 NASA Board: Summer Faculty Fellowships National Information Systems engineering Task Force Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Institute for Electrical & Electronic Engineers. (IEEE) Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) - Computer Science Honor Society Tau Beta Pi (TBP) - National Engineering Honor Society Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) - National Leadership Honor Society Order of the Engineer Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) Association for Information Systems (AIS) International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE)

Professional and Honor Society Membership

Other Professional Activities

Research Reviewer for Swedish National Agency for Higher Education Paid Expert/Consultant to: National Science Foundation Chugach and McKinley State of Louisiana Florida Governor's Commission on Science & Tech. Bendix Corporation Foster Wheeler Corporation Peck School ARRADCOM (US Army, Picatinny Arsenal) State of NJ Government NJ County Governments NJ Small Businesses Invited Participant to IEEE Industrial Relations meeting, April 1993, in Washington, D.C. with President's Director of National Information Infrastructure Workgroup. Reviewer of National Science Foundation Proposals (for CISE and DUE Directorates) Computer Science Research Board Systems Workshop Participant, 1990 Rev. January 23, 2007 13 of 14

Achieved Certification as CSAB Visitor (for Computer Science Accreditation), 1991 Invited Participant in NSF Special Panel on Laboratories Program Committee, 1989 National Computer Science Conference Session Chair (three sessions), 1989 NCSC Member of US Congressional Advisory Committee Reviewer of ACM Publications Consultant to NJ Tripartite Committee on the development of a Northern-node in the state educational computing network Faculty Advisor to the student chapter of the ACM Faculty Advisor to the Computer Science Honor Society Chairman of the first Regional Student Computing Conference (SCC'76) Representative to the ACM Regional Conference on Student Chapters Member of the NJ State Committee on Teacher Certification Member of Board of Advisors of Felician College

Course Repertoire and Curriculum Development Activities

COURSE REPERTOIRE IT, CS and IS Undergraduate/Graduate Core Courses Organizational Behavior and It Staffing (Grad) Software and Systems Processes (Grad) Systems Analysis and Design (Grad. and Undergrad.) Client Server Computing (Grad.) Computer Organization (Grad. and Undergrad.) Communications and Networking (Grad.) Operating Systems (Grad. and Undergrad.) Quantitative Analysis for Information Systems (Grad.) Software Engineering (Grad. and Undergrad.) Data Structures and Algorithms (Grad. and Undergrad.) Graduate Research Seminar (Grad) Capstone Workshop (Grad) CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT Master of Science in Information Technology Management to Master of Business Administration Bridge (MSITM to MBA Bridge) Master of Science in Information Technology Management for Kogod School of Business Government and Non-Profit Informatics Course IT Track for School of Public Affairs Masters in Management Consulting Software Process Improvement Graduate Certificate Program Revised CS and IS Minors Telecommunications Track Ph.D. in CSIS BS in Multimedia Design and Development Graduate Certificate in Software Process Improvement Project Management Graduate Certificate Program Information Resources Management Certificate Program MS in CS in Applied Artificial Intelligence Program Information Systems Undergraduate Curriculum

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