Faculty MemberChris Papas

Program Manager/Programmer

E-mail: cpapas@albany.edu
Telephone: (518) 442-5425

Specializations: Computer Programming, Database Design, and Project Design

Projects:
Adolescent Pregnancy & Prevention Services
Family Assessment Response Evaluation
Healthy Families New York
Healthy Families New Jersey
Information Systems for Prevention Programs

Chris is the project manager for the CHSR IT department. He specializes in web programming and database design. He created and led the development of the Adolescent Pregnancy & Prevention Services web-based data collection application and also helped design and programmed the Albany County Child Care Intranet application. Before coming to CHSR, Chris was an IT Manager at a credit union and a hospital. His experience includes web application programming, database design, data management, and server management.

Chris received his Bachelor’s degree in History from Rutgers University and completed his MBA at the University at Albany, SUNY with a concentration in Information Technology.


CHSR Featured Staff - March 2014

Chris is a well-respected member of the CHSR team. Consistently, he demonstrates his dedication to colleagues and clients through his consummate attention to detail and his exceptional customer relations. Appreciation of Chris’s professional attributes is evident in the email below:

"I would like to commend Chris Papas for his EXCELLENT customer service. He has been extremely helpful in my team’s quest to update data that was initially put into PATSys. It has been very frustrating, for my team, to learn a new system and try to correct data input issues simultaneously. Chris’ patience and responsiveness have been greatly appreciated. We are on the road to self sufficiency but if issues arise along the way I am glad that we can reach out to him for assistance.

Chris,
Thank you… You set the example of what great customer service should feel like!!!!

Sincerely,
Iris J. Lapsley, MSW, LSW
Case Management Coordinator
Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies/Healthy Start
Parents As Teachers "