Douglas Tondreau

Assistant Professor

JWU Faculty Since 2021

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Douglas Tondreau received his B.A. in Computer Science, and Political Science from the University of Rhode Island in 2011, and M.S. in Computer Information Systems from the Metropolitan College at Boston University in 2016. He is currently an Associate Professor of Computer Science in the College of Engineering and Design at Johnson & Wales University.

Prior to joining JWU, Tondreau was an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at the University of Rhode Island and worked in the Department of Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity as the Lead Information Technologist at URI. He is a member of several professional organizations including, ACM, IEEE, Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society. His current research/interests include Computer Network Security, Cybersecurity, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and K-12 Computer Science Education.


  • M.S., Computer Science, Boston University (2016)
  • B.A., Computer Science and Political Science, University of Rhode Island (2011)


  • CYB1005 Cyber Security Operations
  • ITEC3050 Information Security with Cryptography
  • ITEC3075 Network Security
  • CSIS2030 Database Concepts
  • CTB4010 Computer and Network Forensics

Q&A with Douglas

At JWU, education is not confined to the four walls of the classroom. You’re not going to spend four years with your nose buried in a book, learning theories you may never get a chance to apply — you’re going to get out there and apply them, be it through internships, group projects, leadership opportunities, competitions and more.

What College Do You Teach In?

College of Engineering & Design