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Experts on Technology

Computer Science:

Peter T. Breznay, Associate Professor of Information and Computing Science.
Information technology. Computer science. Internet technologies. Computer graphics and animation.
465-2170. breznayp@uwgb.edu.

Computer Security:

David Kieper, Manager, Network and Infrastructure Services.
Computer networking. Computer security. Technology planning. Computer viruses. Internet security.
465-2238. kieperd@uwgb.edu.

Educational Technology:

Christine Vandenhouten, Associate Professor of Nursing.
Community health nursing. HIV/AIDS. Social justice. Impact of poverty on health outcomes. Immersion/simulation learning face to face and virtual worlds (e.g., Second Life). Health policy. Assessment of education outcomes. Adult education (educational technology).
465-2994. vandenhc@uwgb.edu.

Geographic Information Systems:

William Niedzwiedz, Professor Emeritus of Public and Environmental Affairs.
Applications of Geographic Information Systems. Land-use mapping. Aerial photo analysis of land-use change/issues, wetlands assessment, and coastal development.
465-2415 (o), 785-0252 (h). niedzwiw@uwgb.edu.

Internet Issues:

Peter T. Breznay, Associate Professor of Information and Computing Science.
Information technology. Computer science. Internet technologies. Computer graphics and animation.
465-2170. breznayp@uwgb.edu.

David Kieper, Manager, Network and Infrastructure Services.
Computer networking. Computer security. Technology planning. Computer viruses. Internet security.
465-2238. kieperd@uwgb.edu.

Technology Impact on Individuals, Groups:

Timothy Meyer, Professor Emeritus of Information and Computing Science (Communication). John P. Blair Endowed Chair in Communication.
Impact of technology on individual and group behavior; specialties in social networking, mobile phones, online gaming, gambling; e-commerce; appropriate and inappropriate uses of information technologies in the workplace and outside the workplace.
920-360-6664. meyert@uwgb.edu.

Financial Markets and Investments:

William Lepley, Associate Professor of Business Administration.
Financial issues. Financial markets. Investments. Banking.
465-2044. lepleyw@uwgb.edu.

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