Mike Petroski

Director of Faculty Development and Academic Assessment

Department: Instructional Design

Office Location:

Lynn Library

Email: mpetroski@lynn.edu

Phone: +1 561-237-7007

Fax: +1 561-237-7014

Professional Profile:

Michael P. Petroski's early career was with various groups at IBM, including semiconductor research, automated PC manufacturing, packaging, warehousing, testing and failure analysis. His consulting interests ranged from embedded processor design for the electronic sign industry to magazine design, layout and production for the construction industry. His academic career spans over 20 years, much of it at Lynn University where he is head of the computer science department and the evening-division coordinator for the College of Business and Management. His current course load includes Statistics, Operations and Project Management.

Education:

B.S., Lehigh University
M.S., Lehigh University

Teaching Philosophy:

Mike Petroski's teaching philosophy is two-fold

Teaching Specialties:

Statistics Operations Project management General computer

Areas of Scholarship:

  • Statistics
  • Operations
  • Project management

Awards and Honors:

“Best Paper Award†The 2008 ABR (Business) and TLC (Teaching) Conferences (Hart, Lopez, Rampersad, Petroski)

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