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Associate in Science in
Information Sciences and Technology

Faculty

Ph.D., Spatial Information Science and Engineering, University of Maine
M.S., Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
B.A., Mathematics, East Stroudsburg University

Dr. James (Jim) Farrugia is an assistant teaching professor of information sciences and technology. His areas of interest include programming, software development, data synthesis, and design and development. Dr. Farrugia teaches IST 110: Information, People, and Technology; IST 140: Introduction to Application Development; and IST 230: Language, Logic, and Discrete Mathematics.

Ph.D., Media and Communication, European Graduate School, Saas-Fee, Switzerland

Dr. Gregory O'Toole is a lecturer in information sciences and technology at Penn State Abington. His areas of interest are open source web design and development, web research, and education. He teaches IST 250: Introduction to Web Design and Development.

Ph.D., Information Sciences, Penn State
B.S., Computer Science, Penn State

Dr. Jeffrey Rimland is an assistant teaching professor of information sciences and technology. His areas of interest are software development, vocal synthesis techniques, information fusion, assistive mobile device technology, and human-centric information. Dr. Rimland teaches IST 140: Introduction to Application Development and IST 411: Distributed-Object Computing.

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