Driving the Success of Businesses & Organizations
If you’re looking for a dynamic, in-demand career where you get to solve problems and serve colleagues, look no further than the Computer Science Department. The Department is dedicated to teaching you the fundamentals, as well as the latest advances in technology. You will be challenged to understand how to create the next generation of technology. Whether you are just out of high school or an experienced professional looking to learn new skills or launch a career, we have a program tailored to meet your needs.
Studying computer science opens up so many career opportunities. Our Department provides the options you need to reach your career goals. First think about what aspect of computer science appeals to you. There are so many options to choose from including game development, computer programming, web development, information systems and network security. Next consider the level of instruction you need. Do you plan to get a two-year degree and then continue your studies at a four-year college? Do you want to earn an associate degree and go directly to work? Or are you currently in the workplace and looking to launch a new career or advance in your job? Whatever direction you choose to take, our programs are tailored to meet your needs. IT jobs are in great demand and have High employee satisfaction.
- Network labs
- Direct internet/www
- Cutting-edge multimedia equipment
- Audio/video capture
- Web page development software
- Game development tools
Our graduates have continued their studies at such highly regarded schools as New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology, Stevens Institute of Technology and Rutgers University.
Driving the Success of Businesses & Organizations
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Academic Degrees Achieved: M.S., New Jersey Institute of Technology; B.S., New Jersey Institute of Technology
Academic Degrees Achieved: M.A., Columbia University; B.S., Gordon College
Virtual reality spaces for data visualization Global Game Jam - Regional Coordinator (US) Global Game Jam - Site Organizer
Academic Degrees Achieved: M.Sc., M.B.A., Fairleigh Dickinson University; M.S., Columbia University; B.S., Westminster University
Publications: A software for the shear design of rectangular reinforced concrete beams, presented at the American Society for Engineering Education Mid Atlantic Section Annual Meeting, April 07 at Newark, NJ,(Using Visual Basic programming language). A computer program for Analysis and Design of Wide Flange columns using ASD and LRFD Design criteria, presented at the American Society for Engineering Education North Central Section Annual Meeting, April 99 at Erie, PA,(Using Visual Basic programming language). Inflation in Construction as a Bidding Factor, presented at the annual conference of the Associated Schools of Construction in April 96 at Atlantic City, N.J. (Using C++ programming language). Practical computer software for the Matrix Effectiveness Review Technique which is used as a tool for Construction Management, presented at the annual conference of the Associated Schools of Construction in April 95 at Atlantic City, N.J. (Using C++ programming language).
Academic Degrees Achieved: Ph.D., Walden University; M.S., Pratt Institute; M.S., B.S., Osmania University, India
Best Doctoral Dissertation Award, Walden University NSF Grant Participant Published in Internet Encyclopedia, John Wiley
Academic Degrees Achieved: M.A.T., Trenton State College; M.S., Bellevue University
Phi Theta Kappa International Advisor Award (2X), Phi Theta Kappa Regional Advisor Award (3X)
Academic Degrees Achieved: Mid-Career Fellowship, Princeton University; Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University; M.A., New York University; B.A., Rutgers College
2012 – NJ Community College Faculty Assessment of Educational Technology also presented at NJEdge, • 2008 – 2009 “There is more to a Community College than Courses!” Issues of Education in Community Colleges. 144 – 159. McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, Princeton University Press • 2006 RVCC Report on the State of Student Affairs • 2004 Faculty and Administrator Perspectives on Educational Technology: Is there Agreement? John Sullivan and Chuck Chulvick presented at the League of Innovation in Milwaukee, WI • 2002 presentation to the New Jersey Community College Computer Consortium on Technology, Productivity, and Pedagogy. • Awarded six credits of release time for the Center for the Advancement of Innovation Teaching and Technology (CAITL) at Raritan Valley Community College (2001) • 1999 dissertation titled Statewide Online Web-based Training Program to Prepare New Jersey Community College Faculty for Distance Education Teaching. • 1998 served on the Association of Computing Machinery’s (ACM) Two-year College Education Committee and helped develop Guidelines for Degree and Certificate Programs to Support Computing in a Networked Environment. My concentration on the committee was in multimedia and the Internet. • 1998 Monograph – The Virtuosity of the Community College Mission: An Educational Ethic for the Twenty-First Century. My contribution was an article titled “Technology and Productivity in the Contemporary Workplace.” • I received recognition for RVCC being awarded the American Association of Community College/IBM Corporation Networked Distributed Education. • Received a research grant for developing a multi-media presentation using PowerPoint with graphics, sound, and video titled "Business and the Arts" (1993). • 1990 developed General Education Proposal and Guidelines, for adoption at Raritan Valley Community College. • 1988 for the National Science Foundation (NFT) grant I wrote an article for the Ethics, Values, and Technology (EVT) Annals, an in-house publication, on “Computer Technology and Ethics."