By education and trade, I am a programmer and engineer. My academic interests are interdisciplinary. I am a technologist who chooses to think critically about technology and encourages others to do the same.
I serve as Faculty Advisor for the ACM student chapter at Champlain College. I am also a reviewer for the academic journal Syllabus.
You can read more about my work here: http://www.brianrhall.net/
Prior to transitioning into academia, I worked for ten years as a professional in the technology field including positions as a Programmer, a Quality Engineer in industry, and a Systems Engineer at Wolfram Research. I hold an A.A.S. in Computer Information Systems, a B.S. and M.S. in Information Technology, and an Sc.D. in Information Systems and Communications.