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Idaho State University

University Teaching and Instructional Experience

Associate Dean - Technology Officer, Graduate School of Business, University of Texas. September 1996 to August 2003

Teaching Award 1998 -

Taught courses in:

  • Cases in Global E-Business
  • Cases in IT Consulting
  • Digital Evidence Investigations, Audits and Forensics
  • Hardware and Software Telecommunications
  • Information Systems Auditing and Systems Security
  • Information Systems Design and Implementation
  • Introduction to Forensics Tradecraft
  • Managing Internet/Intranet Development
  • NT – UNIX Systems Security
  • Project Management Practicum
  • System and Process for Network Auditing and Security
  • Systems Security, Audits and Forensics


  1. March 2000 – Harvard Business School - Taught MBA Class session: The Trading Server Case with Professor Rob Austin
  2. January 2000 – May 2000 – Visiting Professor of Practice – Emory University – Goizueta Business School – Taught College Course in: Frameworks for E-Business Initiatives
  3. December 1994 - January 1995, Lecturer - University of Texas – Bachelor and Graduate Level Courses in Digital Systems Analysis and Advanced Internet Techniques and Multimedia in Business Applications
  4. September 1994 - December 1994, Lecturer, University of Texas at Austin Competitiveness, National Security and Information Policy (co-taught with Admiral Bob Inman)
  5. January 1994 - May 1994, Lecturer, University of Texas at Austin-

Computer Information Networks

NIATEC National Science Foundation Information Assurance Directorate Department of Homeland Security CISSE Scholarship For Service