|Name:||Dr. Roger L. Norton|
|Title:||Dean of The School of Computer Science and Mathematics|
|Office Location:||Hancock Center 3013|
|Personal Web Page:||http://norton.fac.marist.edu|
B.S. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Roger L. Norton is the Dean of the School of Computer Science and Mathematics at Marist College where he has been employed for thirty-four years. He is the Director of the Center for Collaborative and On-Demand Computing and is also the Founder and Director of the Institute for Data Center Professionals and a Principal Investigator for a Collaborative Enterprise Computing Community funded by the National Science Foundation. He also recently was the PI for a Marist College $3 million grant from New York State to fund the New York State Cloud Computing and Analytics Center, helping companies to understand and use analytics and cloud computing to help their companies grow.
Dr. Norton's areas of interest include semantics of programming languages, the object-oriented programming paradigm, and distributed computing. Currently, he is developing a categorical model for describing agents in a distributed environment.
Norton, Roger., Coleman, R., Baker, H., Gowen, S. “Electronic Commerce in Virtual Worlds and Open Simulator.” Proceedings Mardi Gras Conference 2009, February 19-21, 2009, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Lauria, Eitel, Norton, R., Tanner, N., Baron, J., Prajugo, M. “Deconstructing Sakai: A Case Study.” Sakai Conference 2009, July 8 – 10, Boston, MA
Norton, R.L., Matheus, A., Longo, R., “Teaching Information Fluency: A New Pedagogical Framework”
Proceedings of IRMA, San Diego, CA (May 2005).
Norton, R.L., “Using Virtual Linux Servers,” IEEE Computers (November 2002).
Norton, R.L., “Utilizing Virtual Linux Servers to Teach Computer Science & Information Technology
Courses,” Journal of Computing in Small College (April 2002).
Norton, R. L., “Dealing with the Changing Employer Expectations of Computer Science & Information
Science Students,” Proceedings of the IAIM, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1995.
Norton, R.L., “ADA and its Role in the Undergraduate Curriculum,” The Journal of Computing in Small Colleges
4, no. 2 (November 1988).
Norton, R. L., “Information Systems as Implementations,” Proceedings of the 15th Annual ACM Computer Science
Conference, St. Louis, MS (1987).
Greenfield, S. & Norton, R. L., “Detecting Uninitialized Modula 2 Abstract Objects,” SIGPLAN Notices 22,
no. 6 (June 1987).
Norton, R.L., & Thomas, R., “Domain Semantics for Agent-Oriented Programming,” Proceedings of the
Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, Orlando, FL (2000).
Norton, R. L., “Predicate Transformers as Homomorphisms on Scott's Information Systems,” Proceedings of
the 17th Annual Computer Science Conference, Louisville, KY (1989).
Norton, R.L., Using Virtual Linux Servers, IEEE Computer. November, 2002.
Member of Association of Computing Machinery