Network Design Architect, Consultant,
With Huey Lewis
Chris has been with Wright State University since 1973.
Chris started his career at Wright State as a student and student worker working in the Physical Plant department and has since been a social worker in Greene County and at Wright State a mailroom worker, water treatment plant operator, GTA, GRA, Instructor, Assistant Chair in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, a Senior Network Analyst, a Network Design Architect, Adjunct Instructor, and as a consultant. He was with CaTS since 1994, as a Senior Network Analyst and a Network Design Architect. Chris worked to manage and maintain the Identity Management System, the Novell (Netware) Enterprise Network, Linux servers, and Windows servers and the various services they provided to the campus. Presently retired and in his retirement does consultation and teaching.
Education and Professional Background
Chris has a B.A. in Sociology
M.S. degree in Computer Science
Post M.S. work in Computer Science
C. Fickert and T. Sudkamp, Unification-based FP interpreters, SigPlan Notices,
Vol. 27, No. 11, pp. 49--58, November 1992.
Thesis: Unification-based FP interpreters, 1987