Information Systems Technology Instructor
Bart is primarily interested in Information Age Anthropology and Psychology, “Green” computing, and contemporary computing architectures. At Penn State Mont Alto, he teaches CMPSC 101 – Introduction to C++ Programming, CMPSC 203 – Computer Programming with Business Applications, MIS 204 – Introduction to Business Information Systems, IST 110 – Information, People, and Technology, IST 210 – Database Administration, IST 220 – Telecommunications and Networking, IST 240 – Programming Languages, IST 250 – Web Development, IST 225 – PC Hardware, IST 226 – Network Concepts, IST 227 – Network Administration, IST 228 – Advanced Network Administration, IST 301 – Information and Organizations, and IST 451 – Network Security. Bart has initiated, with the support of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania research transfer offices, grant development (CE21) for regional technology education research. This research is associated with his personal dissertation work (PhD, ABD) and includes multiple universities throughout central Pennsylvania. Bart has worked in the information technology field since 1985 in a variety of capacities and for a variety of places.Education
Ph.D. (ABD) in Business/Applied Computer Science, Northcentral University, Prescott, Arizona.
Certificate in EGovernment Leadership, National Defense University, Information Resource Management College, Washington, DC, 2004.
Certificate in Chief Information Officer, National Defense University, Information Resource Management College, Washington, DC, 2000.
M.S. in Computer Information Systems, Shippensburg University (Dixon University Center, Harrisburg), Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, 1997.
B.S. in Computer and Information Science, Minor in Business Administration, graduated Summa Cum Laude, Troy State University, Montgomery, Alabama, 1984.Contact
Office: 12 Bookstore Building