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School of Computer Science and Mathematics Faculty

At the core of the educational experience at Marist is our distinguished faculty.  Offering both sterling educational credentials and deep professional experience, these talented men and women are deeply dedicated to the education and development of our students.  The members of Marist’s faculty share their knowledge with our students, mentor and encourage them, challenge them to think in new ways, collaborate with them on high-level research, and help them become career-ready.  We hear from countless alumni who reflect back on the significant impact their professors had and continue to have on their lives.  Each and every day, Marist’s faculty prove not only that outstanding teaching and outstanding research can go hand-in-hand, but that great teachers have a lasting impact on their students.

Dean, School of Computer Science and Mathematics

Roger L. Norton
B.S. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
M.S. Ph.D. candidate; Brandeis University
M.Phil., Ph.D. Syracuse University

Mathematics Department

Scott Frank
Associate Professor of Mathematics
PhD in Mathematics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
MS in Applied Mathematics, University of Maryland Baltimore County
BS in Mathematics, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Matthew Glomski
Associate Professor of Mathematics
PhD, University at Buffalo
BA, Columbia University

James Helmreich
Associate Professor of Mathematics
PhD in Mathematical Logic, University of Maryland
MA in Mathematical Logic, University of Maryland
MS in Statistics, State University of New York at Albany
BA in Mathematics and Economics, Bowdoin College

Carla Hill
Teaching Associate in Mathematics
EdD in Educational Leadership, University of Phoenix
MS in Computer Science, Union College
BS in Computer Science, Clemson University

Joseph Kirtland, Chair
Professor of Mathematics
PhD, University of New Hampshire
MS, University of New Hampshire
BS, Syracuse University

Peter Krog
Associate Professor of Mathematics
PhD, University of Connecticut
MS, University of Connecticut
BS, Worcester State College

Tracey McGrail
Associate Professor of Mathematics
PhD, Wesleyan University
BA, Saint Joseph’s College

Duy Nguyen
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
PhD, University of Georgia
MSc, Ohio University

Elizabeth Reid
Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Computing Technology Department

Juan Arias
Assistant Professor of Computing Technology
PhD in Computer Engineering, Penn State University
MBA in Finance/Management, Stern School of Business, New York University
MSc in Computer Engineering, Universidad Simón Bolívar
BS in Computer Engineering, Universidad Simón Bolívar

Chris Algozzine
Professional Lecturer of Computer Science
MS in Information Systems, Marist College
BS in Computer Science, Marist College

Robert Cannistra
Distinguished Professional Lecturer of Computer Science, Information Technology & Systems
MS in Computer Science/Information Systems, Marist College
BS in Computer Science, State University of New York at Brockport

Ron Coleman
Professor of Computer Science
BS in Computer Science, School of Engineering, The City College of New York
PhD in Computer Science, Polytechnic School of Engineering, New York University

Casimer DeCusatis
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
PhD in Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
MS in Electrical, Computer & Systems Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
BS in Engineering Science & Mechanics, Pennsylvania State University

Brian Gormanly
Professional Lecturer of Computer Science
MS in Computer Science, Marist College
BS in Computer Science, Mount Saint Mary College

Matthew Johnson, Chair
Professional Lecturer of Computer Science
MS in Computer Science, State University of New York at New Paltz
BS in Mathematics, State University of New York at New Paltz
AA in Mathematics, Simon’s Rock College of Bard

Alan Labouseur
Associate Professor of Computer Science
PhD in Computer Science, State University of New York at Albany
MS in Computer Science, Pace University
BS in Computer Science, Marist College
Distinguished Teaching Award

Eitel J.M. Lauria
Professor and Graduate Director, Information Technology & Systems
Electrical Engineering 6-year degree, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
MBA, Universidad del Salvador, Argentina / Universidad de Deusto, Spain
PhD in Information Science, State University of New York at Albany

Cathy Martensen
Teaching Associate
MS in Computer Science, Software Engineering Concentration, Marist College
BS in Computer Science, Marist College
Advanced Teaching Certificate in Secondary Mathematics Education, Pace University

Carolyn Matheus
Associate Professor of Information Systems
PhD in Organizational Studies, State University of New York at Albany
MA in Psychology, Marist College
BA Psychology, Marist College

Pablo Rivas
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso
MSc in Electrical Engineering, Chihuahua Institute of Technology, Mexico
BS in Computer Science, Nogales Institute of Technology, Mexico

Donald Schwartz
Associate Professor of Computer Science
PhD in Computer Science, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
MS in Computer Science, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
BS in Computer Science, University of Louisiana, Lafayette

Marilyn Zeppetelli
Professional Lecturer and Director of Large Systems Education
MS in Computer Science/Information Systems, Marist College
MS in Biotechnology/Bioinformatics, Johns Hopkins University
BS in Mathematics, Marymount College

Bowu Zhang
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
PhD in Computer Science, the George Washington University
BS in Electrical Engineering, University of Science and Technology of China

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Faculty Publications & Scholarly Activities

Scholarly research, dialogue, and creative activity are critical to any academic community. Through consequential scholarship, Marist faculty members strengthen the learning environment in their classroom and share important knowledge with the larger scholarly community outside of Marist. Their substantive pursuits reflect a dedication to academic excellence and to their own development as scholars and artists.

View 2017-2018 Selected Faculty and Student Publications and Scholarly Activities