- Business and Information Management_
M.A. in Applied Linguistics, Computer Science (minor), Brigham Young University
Kenneth Lee is an associate professor in the business and information management department. Prior to coming to DelVal, Mr. Lee taught at Rider University in Lawrenceville, N.J., for five years.
Altogether Mr. Lee has almost 30 years experience teaching about computers and almost 42 years experience in using them. He has taught a wide variety of courses in IT and designed a number of the courses currently taught in the department. He also wrote the text used in the Data Structures and File Organizations (IT3117) coursework.
Mr. Lee started his academic career studying at MIT in Cambridge, Mass., for three semesters before transferring to Brigham Young University (BYU), where he graduated with a B.S. in psychology. During this time he took a number of computer science courses, due to his interest in artificial intelligence. He then continued his education at BYU, earning a M.A. in linguistics with a minor in computer science. His major interest was in natural language processing, and he pursued studies for a Ph.D. at both the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University. He completed all coursework but the dissertation at both schools.
In addition to his academic experience, Mr. Lee has also applied his knowledge as an independent consultant in computers for a number of businesses including Mobil Oil.
Mr. Lee is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). His research interest is in human-computer interaction (HCI) with particular emphasis on low-bandwidth interfaces. Mr. Lee is also heavily involved with the International Conference on e-Learning (ICEL).
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