Nathanial Wiggins has a Bachelor's from University of Colorado, a Master's from University of Houston - Clear Lake, and is working towards a PhD from Texas Tech University. Additionally, he holds a Systems Engineering certification. He works as a Professor of Engineering and Mathematics at San Jacinto College, is Co-Principal Investigator for a National Science Foundation award Bridges to STEM Careers, and is a lead faculty for AI-Tech Lab North Campus. He is a Men of Honor mentor and leads student mentors. His favorite humanoid robot is a small one with a blue head that does pushups.
Dr. Sadegh Davari, Professor of Computer Science and the Chair of Department of Computing Sciences in the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, Texas 77058; (281) 283-3865; Davari@uhcl.edu.
Krishani Abeysekera received her Master of Science in Computer Science from the University of Houston Clear Lake, in May 1995. Currently, she is a Senior Lecturer/Systems Administrator for the School of Science and Engineering at UHCL. She is also the Program Chair of the Information Technology program. Her research interests include Computer Forensics, Security and Graphics.
I have a “B.S. in Mathematics” from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a “Master of Science in Engineering Management” from Northeastern University and a Ph.D. (ABD) in Computer Science from the University of Houston (Main Campus). In addition, I have completed graduate courses at San Jose State University in mathematics and graduate courses in business at the University of Houston (Clear Lake).
My teaching experience spans over 40 years. This including teaching computer science and computer information technology at San Jacinto College for thirty seven years and as an adjunct at the University of Houston (Clear Lake), for over thirty years, teaching computer science.
I served two years as a Lieutenant in the US Army Intelligence and Security Agency, conducted computer research on Project MAC at MIT and started my own computer software business
I am the lead professor in the field of Cyber security at San Jacinto College. In my tenure at San Jacinto College I have also developed other programs in the field of Computer Technology.
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