Gail St. Jacques joined the faculty of Johnson & Wales University
in 1991, having previously worked as a Mathematician and Computer
Scientist at the Naval Underwater Systems Center (NUSC) in Newport,
R.I. She is responsible for introducing new technology into her
curriculum at JWU; specifically, student use of the Texas Instruments
(TI)-83 graphing calculator, and she has lectured widely on her
teaching successes with the TI-83 technology.
Prior to coming to JWU, St. Jacques was the Lead Systems Manager for the Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) central computer services supporting all of NUSC, where she designed and developed algorithms and software to process time-tagged geographic positional data of U.S. Navy submarines, torpedoes, surface ships, and aircraft.