Dr. Michael R. Bartolacci is an associate professor of information sciences and technology at Penn State Berks. He conducts research in telecommunications modeling, electronic commerce modeling, customer relationship management, manufacturing modeling, and international aspects of telecommunications. Dr. Bartolacci teaches SRA 111: Introduction to Security and Risk Analysis; IST 440: Information Sciences and Technology Integration Problem Solving; and SRA 440: Security and Risk Analysis Capstone Course.
Megan Costello is an assistant teaching professor of information sciences and technology. Her areas of interest are copyright and trademark registration, business law matters, contract disputes, and privacy law. Prior to her appointment in the College of IST, she was the founder and solo practitioner for a boutique law practice that focused on cyberlaw issues and intellectual property. She teaches SRA 111: Introduction to Security and Risk Analysis; SRA 231: Decision Theory and Analysis; and IST 432: Legal and Regulatory Environment of Information Science and Technology.
Nannette D'Imperio is a lecturer of information sciences and technology at Penn State Brandywine. Her areas of interest are programming languages, web-based learning, and applications. She teaches IST 240: Introduction to Computer Languages and IST 242: Intermediate and Object-Oriented Application Development.
Joseph Oakes is a senior lecturer in information sciences and technology at Penn State Abington. His areas of interest are android, software development for mobile devices, gaming, cryptography, and cluster networks. He teaches IST 402: Emerging Technology (Android) and IST 440: Information Sciences and Technology Integration and Problem-Solving.
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.
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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