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Dr. Nazli Hardy

Associate Professor

Dr. Nazli Hardy

Contact Information

Email:

Office Phone: 717-872-3666

Office Room #: Roddy 138

Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
CSCI 415
8:00AM - 8:50AM
CSCI 101
9:00AM - 9:50AM
office hours
10:00AM - 12:00AM
CSCI 415
8:00AM - 9:50AM
CSCI 101
9:00AM - 9:50AM
office hours
10:00AM - 12:00PM
dept mtg
3:00PM - 4:30PM
CSCI 101C
8:00AM - 9:50AM
office hour
10:00AM - 11:00AM
CSCI 415
8:00AM - 8:50AM
csci 1010A
9:00AM - 10:50AM
CSCI 101b
11:00AM - 12:50PM

Biography

Dr. Nazli Hardy joined Millersville University in Fall 2004. 

Education

Arundel High School, Harare, Zimbabwe (1992)

B.S.: Chemical Engineering, Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY (1996)

M.B.A.: Media Management, Metropolitan College of New York (1999)

Ph.D.: Computer Science, City University of New York (2005)

 

Courses Taught at Millersville University

CSCI 101:  Problem Solving with CS

CSCI121:  Internet Programming

CSCI 161:  Introduction to Programming I

CSCI 162:  Introduction to Programming II

CSCI 140:  Discrete Mathematics

CSCI 380:  Operating Systems

CSCI 395:  Computer Networks

CSCI 415:  Computer and Network Security

EDW 647:  Internet for Educators

 

Academic Appointments

2009 - Present:  Associate Professor, Millersville University, Pennsylvania

2007 - Present:  Herbarium Associate, Millersville University, Pennsylvania

2004 - 2009:  Assistant Professor, Millersville University, Pennsylvania

2000-2004:  Adjunct Professor, Brooklyn University, New York

2001-2003:  Adjunct Professor, Hunter College, New York

 

Research Interests

Biodiversity Informatics (see James C. Parks Herbarium)

Network and Information Security

E-commerce & E-government

Web 2.0 Applications

Women in Math and Science Education

 

Professional Memberships

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)

International Association of Engineers (IAENG)

Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

 

Committees

University

Faculty Diversity Recruiter (Fall 2007)

Faculty Senate (Fall 2005 – present)

Faculty-Student Athletic Committee (Fall 2006), Chair Fa'06-present

Faculty Emeritus website (Fall 2008 - present)

International Selection Committee (Fall 2008-present)

Joint Senate Conference (Fall 2006)

Millersville Human Rights Symposium (Fall 2006, Spring 2007)

Millersville Mentoring Alliance Program MMAP (Spring 2005 - present)

Search Committee for Head Football Coach (Spring 2008)

Search Committee for Head Women's Hockey Coach (Summer 2008)

Undergraduate Course and Program Review  Committee (Fall 2006 - present)

Who's Who Selection Committee (Fall 2005)

School of Math and Science

Health Professions Advisory Committee (Spring 2006 - present)

School Curriculum (Fall 2004 – present), Chair Fa'07-Sp'08

Women in Math and Science Conference (Spring 2005 – present)

Science Technology and Me (2006 - present)

Computer Science Department

Faculty Advisor, Senior Thesis Committee (M. Vicinsky - 2005/2006)

Faculty Advisor, Senior Thesis Committee (B. Chronister- 2006)

Computer Science Club Advisor (Spring 2008 - present)

Computer Science Symposium (Fall 2006)

Department Host for University Open House (Fall 2004 – present)

Computer Science recruitment video for Undeclared Majors (2007)

Student Recruitment and Retention (Fall 2005 – present)

Task force to study areas of concentration in CS (Fall 2005 – present)

Task Force to investigate new degree programs (Fall 2005 – present)

 

External Service

Co-Director:  MU-Penn Manor Cyber Partnership (Fall 2008 - present)

External Expert Committee to Computer Science Panel for the 39th PSC-CUNY Research Applications (Fall 2007)

Reviewer for Pennsylvania Association of Computer and Information Science Educators  Conference (Fall 2006)

Reviewer for the Eastern  Conference of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges (Spring 2008)

Contributor to February 1 Reading Eagle article on "What to Expect from Future Technology" (2008)

Featured contributor to article on "Beware:  Lights are Flashing on the Info Highway," Dr. Francine McNairy, Sunday News, September 21, 2008

Featured on WITF-FM Radio spotlight on network and security trends (VoIP, transparent LAN services, telecommuting) sponsored by D&E Communications Inc. (2007/2008)

Portal Scientist for North Museum (2008)

Judge for North Museum Science and Engineering Fair (2009)

Computer Forensics guest lecture for Dr. Maria Schiza's class  (2009)

Penn Manor Career Day - Shaping the World with Computer Science (2012)

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