Faculty Member Computer Science & Innovation 
Division of Information Technology & Sciences 
Game Programming 
Pronouns He/Him/His
Education Robert Morris University, Doctor of Science; Indiana State University-Terre Haute, Bachelor of Science; Kettering University, Master of Science
Areas of Expertise
  • C/C++, Microcontrollers, Web frameworks, Computer Architecture
  • Text Mining, Software Engineering
  • Computing Ethics
  • Information Theory
  • History, Social Movements
Connect Online Personal Website
Personal Website
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Contact West Hall 205

Biography

By education and trade, he is a programmer and engineer. His academic interests are interdisciplinary. He is a technologist who chooses to think critically about technology and encourages others to do the same.

Publications & Abstracts

You can read more about my work at https://www.brianrhall.com.

You can find my code projects at https://github.com/brianrhall.

Curriculum Vitae

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Favorite Quote

“If you want to increase your success rate”¦double your failure rate.”

—T.J. Watson

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