M.S., Business Technology, Marymount University
B.S., Industrial Management, Carnegie Mellon University

Mr. Neil Efrom is the acting co-department head for MITRE's Enterprise Transition Planning and Execution Department. He has over 25 years of experience in business process re-engineering and enterprise architecture projects for commercial companies and government organizations.  Mr. Efrom teaches IST 421: Advanced Enterprise Integration: Technologies and Applications, EA 872: Enterprise Architecture Foundations II, and EA 873: Enterprise Modeling.

Ed.D., Educational Leadership and Management, Drexel University
M.Ed., Master of Education/Leadership, Saint Francis University
B.S., Computer Science; Minor in Mathematics, Penn State

Dr. David Fusco is an assistant teaching professor of information sciences and technology in the College of IST. Prior to his appointment, Dr. Fusco served for more than 25 years in industry as an enterprise change agent, including nearly 16 years at Juniata College where he served as associate vice president and CIO. Dr. Fusco teaches EA 874: Enterprise Information Technology Architecture; EA 594: Capstone Project; and IST 815: Foundations of Information Security and Assurance.

Ph.D., Information Sciences and Technology, Penn State
MBA, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Penn State
B.A., General Arts and Science, Penn State

Dr. Edward Glantz, P.E., has been with the College of IST faculty since 2009. Prior to joining IST, Dr. Glantz served 10 years as a faculty member of Penn State's Smeal College of Business. His career spans more than 20 years of managing technology, research, and marketing in the manufacturing and telecommunication industries, including startup work. Dr. Glantz teaches EA 876: Architecting Enterprise Security and Risk Analysis and IST 815: Foundations of Information Security and Assurance.

Ph.D., Computer and Information Science, Rutgers University Graduate School of Management
MBA, Lehigh University
B.A., Economics, Albright College

Dr. Rosalie Ocker is an associate teaching professor in the College of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State University Park.  Prior to working in academia, Dr. Ocker was a consultant at Arthur Anderson (now Accenture) where she worked in the financial services sector, developing financial trading systems for firms on Wall Street. She also worked at Morgan Stanley as an internal consultant. Dr. Ocker teaches EA 871: Enterprise Architecture Foundations I and EA 594: Capstone Project.

Ph.D., Information Sciences and Technology, Penn State
M.S., Information Sciences and Technology, Penn State
MLS, Library and Information Sciences, Pratt Institute School of Information
B.A., Library Science and Bibliography, Moscow State University of Culture and Arts

Dr. Anna Levy has been an instructor for the College of IST and World Campus since 2014. Prior to joining IST, Dr. Levy served 8 years as an adjunct faculty member of Queen College Graduate School of Library and Information Studies (CUNY). Her career spans more than 30 years of conducting library and academic research, including work as a reference librarian and a bibliographer. Dr. Levy’s primary research interests include e-government research at the municipal level, public administration, and town-gown relations, particularly focusing on the analysis of the impacts of social media and mobile technology on local governance in the information age. She teaches IST 594: Research Topics and EA 594: Research Topics.