Dee B. Gudmundsen

Assistant Professor, Computer Science
The College of Saint Rose
432 Western Ave.
Albany, NY 12203
Office: Albertus 400-5
E-mail: gudmundd@strose.edu
Office Phone: 518.454.2105
 
 
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Spring 2012 Teaching Schedule

Course Description Meets at Room
CSC202-01 Introduction to Programming (Java) TR   11:15 - 12:55 P.M. Lally 051
CSC202-03 Introduction to Programming (Java) TR     2:30 -  4:10 P.M. Lally 051
CSC205-E1 Windows Programming 1 (C#) MW   4:15 -  6:00 P.M. Albertus 205

Spring 2012 Office Hours

I will be available in my office, Albertus 400-5, at the following times. Other times may be possible by appointment.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
10:30 - 12:00 P.M.
  1:00 -  4:00 P.M.
 9:30 - 11:00 A.M. 10:00 - 11:30 A.M.
  1:00 -  2:30 P.M.
 9:30 - 11:00 A.M.  

Courses I Teach

Course Description
CSC202 Introduction to Programming (Java)
CSC204 Educational Computing
CSC205 Windows Programming 1 (C#)
CSC499 Undergraduate Independent Study
CIS508 Technical Communication
CIS522 Object Oriented Programming (Java)
MBA542 Object Oriented Programming (Java)

Educational Background

Degree Discipline
MS, The College of Saint Rose, 2005 Computer Information Systems
IBM Corporation, 1977-1979 Systems Engineer training
MBA, University at Albany, 1978 Marketing, Human Resources
BS, University at Albany, 1973 Math education 7-12

Teaching Certifications

I hold permanent New York State teaching certifications in the following areas:
Mathematics 7-12
Business Education 9-12

Work Experience

My first full-time job was as a high school mathematics teacher at Tamarac HS outside of Troy. I loved it, but after 4 years I was only earning $10,000, so I sought a better paying position. Next at IBM in Albany, I worked as a Systems Engineer and later as a Public Sector Industry Specialist. I worked with New York State government agencies and school districts to determine their automation requirements. After the introduction of the IBM Personal Computer (PC), I often conducted PC training sessions. Teaching at St. Rose is my third career! I started as an adjunct instructor (for 10 years while my children were young) and I am now in my thirteenth year as a full-time professor. So you can see that all of my various jobs have had to do with teaching, computers, or both!

Research Interests

Using Technology in the Classroom
Programming Languages
Computer Science Education

Conferences Attended

ED-MEDIA 2000, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, Montreal, Canada
ED-MEDIA 2005, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, Montreal, Canada
Northeast Region Conference, Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Holy Cross, MA, 2006
Northeast Region Conference, Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Potsdam, NY, 2009
Northeast Region Conference, Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Hartford, CT, 2010
Northeast Region Conference, Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Springfield, MA, 2011
Eastern Region Conference, Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Arlington, VA, 2011

Papers/Posters/Demos

Gudmundsen, D., Olivieri, L., Sarawagi, N., Reducing the learning curve in an introductory programming course: workshop presentation J. Comput. Sci. Coll. 27, 3 (January 2012), 158-159.


Gudmundsen, D., Olivieri, L., Sarawagi, N., Using Visual Logicİ: Three different approaches in different courses - general education, CS0, and CS1. J. Comput. Sci. Coll. 26, 6 (June 2011), 23-29.


Gudmundsen, D., Olivieri, L., Sarawagi, N., Learn how to use executable flowcharts to enhance learning in general education, CS0, and CS1 courses: tutorial presentation. J. Comput. Sci. Coll. 26, 6 (June 2011), 107-109.


Gudmundsen, Dee. "Geek or Technology Professional?", 2nd Annual "Conversation in Ethics" Panel, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY, November 2009


Gudmundsen, Dee. Putting It All Together in an Electronic Portfolio: poster. Proc. of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2005, Montreal. Chesapeake, VA: AACE, 2005. 4229-235.


Professional Organizations

Association for Computing Machinery
Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Northeast Region

 

 

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The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY 12203
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