Faculty Mentors

How do you make your tech career happen? Ask our School of Technology faculty members. They built careers in the industry, and they’re still active there. They’re not just teaching it. They’ve lived it.

Now, they’re passing that insider expertise on to you. They draw from their professional experience to give you real-world challenges, projects with practical applications and time-tested advice.

You’ll graduate with an insider’s understanding of what it takes to succeed in the technology industry, and a big advantage over your peers in the job market.

Career Advice from Tech Experts
You'll stay ahead of the curve, because our instructors keep you up to date with the latest industry news and trends, new tools, site visits behind the scenes and internship opportunities.

Meet Technology Employers Here on Campus
Where else would you meet start-up founders, top designers and especially hiring companies? Our faculty members bring their colleagues to you, opening a door to rare networking opportunities with top industry players.

Tweedie, Francis X., dean
LaManna, Nick, assistant dean

Computer Graphics
Andrade, Stephen, department chair
Alves, Brian 
Gencarelle, Ulrike
Jimenez, Karyn
Santos, Eugene 

Computer & Information Science
Sheusi, James, department chair 
Benoit, Alfred D.
Calabrese, Thomas
Gendron, Michael
Oster, Eric
Sivalingam, Vidyasagar 

Engineering Studies
Parchesco, Kathryn, department chair 
King, Clarence A.
Miller, Charlie
Neeman, Sol
Yung, Wai

Foundations in Technology
Nademlynsky, Lisa, department chair 
Arnoldi, Patricia
Canning, Deborah
Chapman, Gerianne
Day, Elaine
Santurri, Diane

Department phone: 401-598-2500

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