- Computer Information Systems Faculty
- John P. Buerck, Ph.D.
- Srikanth Mudigonda, Ph.D.
- Claudia Dicken, M.A.
- Jo Gardner, M.S., M.A., MFA
- Doug Hill, MBA
- Rick Hogenmiller, M.I.M.
- Stephen Hussey, M.S.
- Keenan Lersch, MBA
- Julie Lintner, MBA
- Kim Lintker, MSR
- Becky Lopanec, M.S.
- Alan Paradise, M.S.
- Shannon Parker, MBA
- Jay Pursell, MBA
- Emily Seitz, M.S.
- Carrie Beth Stewart, M.S.
- Aihua Yan
- Contract Management/Project Management Faculty
- Security & Strategic Intelligence Faculty
- Education Faculty
- General Studies Faculty
- Hospitality Management Faculty
- Organizational Studies Faculty
|Degree:||Ph.D. Computer Education
Saint Louis University
|More than 20 years of both academic and corporate experience in teaching, research, and curriculum development in the areas of informatics, event driven programming, and in the social, professional, and ethical issues of computer science.|
Buerck, J. P., Fisher, J., Mathieu, R. (in press). Ethics of Spam. International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management (IJIEM).
Barber, L., Bagsby, P., Grawitch, M. J., Buerck, J. P. (2010). Facilitating self-regulated learning with technology: Evidence for student motivation and exam improvement. Teaching of Psychology, 38(4).
Buerck, J. P., Bagsby, P., Granda-Mooshegian, S. E., Willoughby, L. M. (2010). Informatics in the Classroom: An Evaluation of Innovative and Effective Use of Technology in Online Courses. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 26(5).
|2010 - Full Time Faculty Excellence Award, Saint Louis University School for Professional Studies 2003 - Teacher of the Year Award, Saint Louis University School for Professional Studies 2001 - Faculty Excellence Award for Student Mentoring, Saint Louis University School for Professional Studies|
|Informatics, Application Development, Social, Professional & Ethical Issues in Computing|