Gireesh Gupta 

Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems

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Continuing education credits in various computer science courses completed at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Charlotte, NC, and at Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, NC. GPA = 4.0 (1988 – 1992)
• M.B.A. with concentration in Computer Information Systems, University of
Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. (1982)
• M.S. in Biophysics, University of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. (1978)
• B.Sc. in Biochemical Engineering, H.B. Technological Institute, Kanpur, U.P. India (1973)
• B.Sc. Meerut College, Meerut, U.P. India (1969)

• Introduction to Computing
• Introduction to Business, Microcomputer Applications
• Spreadsheet Applications using LOTUS 3.1
• Spreadsheet and Database Applications using Excel 2013 & Access 2013
• Web Site Development using HTML/XHTML
• Applications of Quantitative Methods in Business & Economics
• Mathematics Essentials
• Intermediate Algebra
• College Algebra
• Mathematics for Liberal Arts
• Quantitative Analysis I (Business Statistics)
• Mobile Technologies are Exhibiting Unprecedented Growth and have the Potential to Help the Destitute of the World, The International Journal of Science in Society, Volume 3, Issue 1, © 2012, pp. 153-166. I also presented the paper at The Third International Conference on Science in Society held between 8/5/2011 and 8/7/2011 at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
• Ubiquitous Mobile Phones Are Becoming Indispensable, ACM Inroads, Volume 2, Number 2, P. 32-33, June 2011.
• Communication Technology Can Help Alleviate Poverty and Promote Peace, Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (CCN-10), © ISRST 2010, P. 75-78, July 12-14, 2010. I also presented the paper at this conference held in Orlando, FL.
• Implementation of Two Instructional Technologies at a Small Liberal Arts College, Campus Technology 2008 online conference proceedings, Poster Session, or p. 1-5, July 29, 2008, co-authored with Marcia Makl. We also exhibited the poster at this conference held in Boston, MA.
• Computer Literacy: Essential in Today’s Computer-Centric World, SIGCSE Bulletin – inroads, Volume 38, Number 2, p. 115 – 119, June 2006
• Key driver in doing the research, developing the plan, writing grant proposal, raising $2750, and purchasing and implementing two smart technologies – SynchronEyes (a lab control software) and Sympodium Interactive Pen Display (an interactive presentation tool) – in the instructional computer labs at Belmont Abbey College to create a more effective teaching and learning environment. I also conducted training sessions for faculty in the use of these technologies (2006-2007).
• Co-designed and co-created the very first multi-media classroom at Belmont Abbey College for computer-aided instructions with full motion audio/video capability and Internet access (1996).
• Formulated a Belmont Abbey College policy on Computer priority Usage that was in effect campus-wide for several years (1987