CoT Newsletter
  • From Dean Guthrie, Welcome back to the College of Technology at Wilmington University! I hope you enjoyed summer. Our faculty have been busy working on new courses, updating programs and assuring you have the latest technology to help you succeed in your chosen field. For the last two fall semesters, my message has included “challenging ourselves” and most importantly, the challenge within. The picture with this article is from a recent backpacking and climbing trip in the Idaho Wilderness.  The photo is on top of Borah Peak (12,662’). The climb was steep and the view rewarding. It was a difficult...

    Dean’s Message – Fall 2014

    From Dean Guthrie, Welcome back to the College of Technology at Wilmington University! I hope you enjoyed summer. Our faculty have been busy working on new courses, updating programs and assuring you have the latest technology to help you succeed in your chosen field. For the last two fall semesters, my message has included “challenging ourselves” and most importantly, the challenge within. The picture with this article is from a recent backpacking and climbing trip in the Idaho Wilderness.  The photo is on top of Borah Peak (12,662’). The climb was steep and the view rewarding. It was a difficult...

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  • Adam Voyton, Instructional Technology Project Specialist at Wilmington University and an alum of the Web Information Systems (WIS) program, has created an online learning community for students taking WIS classes. The purpose of the online community is to enable students to connect with each other, get help, share wisdom, and exchange programming code from personal projects. If you are taking a WIS class, you will be automatically enrolled in the new online learning community. Online forums are an important way that information technology professionals stay up to date on a rapidly changing industry. We hope this new online forum will...

    New WIS Online Community

    Adam Voyton, Instructional Technology Project Specialist at Wilmington University and an alum of the Web Information Systems (WIS) program, has created an online learning community for students taking WIS classes. The purpose of the online community is to enable students to connect with each other, get help, share wisdom, and exchange programming code from personal projects. If you are taking a WIS class, you will be automatically enrolled in the new online learning community. Online forums are an important way that information technology professionals stay up to date on a rapidly changing industry. We hope this new online forum will...

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  • The College of Technology welcomes Tim Carrington as our newest Adjunct Coordinator for the graduate Information Systems Technologies (MS-IST) program.  Tim is a graduate of the MS-IST program and currently a doctoral candidate in the Higher Education Leadership program. He has been an Adjunct Instructor with the College of Technology since 2012 and is excited to be joining the MS-IST program in serving the student body in a greater capacity.

    MSIST program adds a new Adjunct Coordinator to the Staff

    The College of Technology welcomes Tim Carrington as our newest Adjunct Coordinator for the graduate Information Systems Technologies (MS-IST) program.  Tim is a graduate of the MS-IST program and currently a doctoral candidate in the Higher Education Leadership program. He has been an Adjunct Instructor with the College of Technology since 2012 and is excited to be joining the MS-IST program in serving the student body in a greater capacity.

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  • This past year, the Masters of Science in Information Systems Technologies has seen a significant growth of students and as a result, the entire scheduling format has changed for the Wilson Graduate Center.  In the past, if a student wanted to enroll in IST7000, that course was only offered in block I…it was not available in block II.  The scheduling change now provides an opportunity for students to enroll in IST7000 in either block 1 or in block 2, in any semester.  The expanded availability of courses is true for all IST courses (excluding IST8101 which is a semester course). ...

    MS-IST News

    This past year, the Masters of Science in Information Systems Technologies has seen a significant growth of students and as a result, the entire scheduling format has changed for the Wilson Graduate Center.  In the past, if a student wanted to enroll in IST7000, that course was only offered in block I…it was not available in block II.  The scheduling change now provides an opportunity for students to enroll in IST7000 in either block 1 or in block 2, in any semester.  The expanded availability of courses is true for all IST courses (excluding IST8101 which is a semester course). ...

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  • Starting this Fall, the BCS Department is offering a 3 credit experimental course called BCS226 – Integrating Excel into Business Problem Solving.  This course provides an introduction to Microsoft Excel which meets a wide variety of business technology needs. Students will receive hands-on experience in the use of spreadsheets, and formulation, analysis, and presentation of data. It emphasizes the use of pivot tables, collaboration, presentation, and problem solving techniques that are valuable in business practice. If you are a business student, keep on the lookout for this sought-after course! It may be right in line with your aspirations and desired...

    Ooh… a New Experimental Course that Offers Both Business and Technology Skills!

    Starting this Fall, the BCS Department is offering a 3 credit experimental course called BCS226 – Integrating Excel into Business Problem Solving.  This course provides an introduction to Microsoft Excel which meets a wide variety of business technology needs. Students will receive hands-on experience in the use of spreadsheets, and formulation, analysis, and presentation of data. It emphasizes the use of pivot tables, collaboration, presentation, and problem solving techniques that are valuable in business practice. If you are a business student, keep on the lookout for this sought-after course! It may be right in line with your aspirations and desired...

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