(Initiatives and Courses)
On the steering committee of New Media Institute, approved starting Fall 2000. A campus-wide initiative covering many disciplines.
On the steering committee of Masters in Internet Technology program, expected to be approved starting Fall 2000. An inter-disciplinary professional degree program proposed by Management Sciences (Business School), Computer Science, and School of Journalism.
New Courses Defined/Offered
Information Integration and Analysis, CS 790-03, offered at Wright State University starting Spring Quarter 2007.
Semantic Web Services and Processes, CSCI 8351,
defined and offered Spring 2004 (formerly Semantic Enterprise, defined and offered Fall 2002). For advanced graduate students,
the earliest offering of a course on this topic in the world.
Semantic Web, defined and offered Spring 2002.
For advanced graduate students, one of the earliest offerings of a course on this topic in the world.
Global Information Systems: Promises and Challenges, defined and offered since 1995.
For Computer Science seniors and graduate students; often taken by students in other disciplines. One of the earliest Internet-related courses,
with innovative mix of internet technologies and information systems.
Enterprise Integration, defined and offered from 1995 to 2000. A one-of-a-kind course for
Computer Science graduate students; sometimes taken by students in management. Covers issues in complex enterprise-wide
solutions in the real world. Main emphasis is on distributed computing and information systems and e-commerce technologies,
but also shares real-world experiences.
Internet Programming, 2000. For the new Masters in Internet Technology program.
Internet Information Systems, 2000. For the new Masters in Internet Technology program.
External Curriculum Advising/Accreditation:
Program Evaluator/Accreditation Visitor for the Computer Sciences Accreditation Board (sponsored by IEEE and ACM), 1993–1998.