Valpo’s CIS faculty members are talented scholars and practitioners of computing and information technology who are deeply committed to teaching.

James Caristi

Professor and Chair of the Department of Computing & Information Sciences

Michael Glass

Associate Professor of Computing and Information Sciences

Nicholas Rosasco

Assistant Professor of Computing and Information Sciences

April Miller Cripliver

Visiting Assistant Professor of Computing and Information Sciences

Saso Poposki

Lecturer in Computing and Information Sciences

Sonja Streuber

Lecturer in Computing and Information Sciences

Polly Wainwright

Lecturer in Computing and Information Sciences

Robert Wichlinski

Lecturer in Computing and Information Sciences

Shiv Yadav

Adjunct Instructor in Computing and Information Sciences

Mark DeMateo

Adjunct Instructor and Director of Client Services

Ryan Freeman-Jones

Adjunct Instructor in Computing and Information Sciences

Paul Lapsansky

Adjunct Instructor Director of Technical Services

Peter Sedrak

Adjunct Associate Professor

Kevin Steele

Adjunct Instructor and Training and Distance Learning Consultant

Adam Stradtner

Adjunct Instructor

Aman Wolde

Adjunct Instructor

Gina Rue

Adjunct Instructor

Kristie Gregor Skillman

Adjunct Instructor

Kimberly Tomkiewicz, M.A., MALS

Advising Coordinator of Graduate IT Programs

Computer and information science classes are taught by talented professors, all of whom bring a wealth of knowledge to their field. Each member brings diverse interests and areas of expertise, including computer simulation, software design, artificial intelligence, intelligent tutoring systems, educational dialogue, natural language processing, discrete mathematics, and theories of computation. Each faculty member is involved with one (if not more) of the numerous professional organizations in the field of computer science, keeping our professors abreast of current issues facing the nation’s computer science education.

The CIS faculty strives to develop individual relationships with students through small classes, open office hours, and research projects that involve students, offering valuable insight into the professional world of computing and information technology.

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