Norman Gervais

Norman Gervais

Professor of Practice
College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity
Information Sciences and Technology

Contact

ETEC 350H
Education

PhD, Information Science, University at Albany 

MA, Geography, University at Albany 

Certificate of Graduate Study, Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Analysis, University at Albany

BS, Environmental Science and Biology, SUNY Brockport

Norman Gervais
About

Dr. Norman Gervais is a Professor of Practice in the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity.

His research interests focus on remote sensing of ecology and the environment. He is also interested in teaching topics in applied technologies, data analytics, GIS, and web development to undergraduate and graduate students both in-person and fully online.

He earned his PhD in Information Science with a concentration in Geographic Information Science and an MA in Geography from UAlbany.

 

CEHC Courses Taught

CINF 100X Information in the 21st Century

CINF 197 Beginning Mini Special Topics in Informatics (Web Mapping) 

CINF 200 Research Methods for Informatics 

CINF 201 Introduction to Web Technologies 

CINF 202 Introduction to Data and Databases 

CINF 203 Introduction to Networks and Systems

CINF 300 Probability and Statistics for Data Analytics  

CINF 465 Senior Capstone in Informatics 

CINF 466 Independent Research 

CINF 496 Intermediate Special Topics in Informatics (Geoinformatics)

CINF 523 Fundamentals of Information Technology (Web Technologies)

CINF 523 Fundamentals of Information Technology (Unix & Networking)

CINF 523 Fundamentals of Information Technology (Introduction to Programming)

 CIST 669 Independent Study in Library and Information Science and Policy

CIST 678 Internship – Information Science

 

Research Interests

Remote Sensing; Ecological Modelling; GIS Applications; Vegetation Phenology