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Undergraduate Bulletin 2009-2010
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Department of Informatics


Distinguished Service Professor
 Timothy L. Lance, Ph.D.
  Princeton University

 Stephen E. DeLong, Ph.D. (Collins Fellow)
  University of Texas at Austin

Associate Professors
 Deborah Lines Anderson, Ph.D.
  University at Albany
 Peter Bloniarz, Ph.D. (Collins Fellow)
  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 Jagdish Gangolly, Ph.D.
  University of Pittsburgh
 Rey Koslowski, Ph.D.
  University of Pennsylvania

Assistant Professors
 Monika Calef, Ph.D.
  University of Virginia, Charlottesville
 Senem Guney, Ph.D.
  University of Texas at Austin
 Kevin Knuth, Ph.D.
  University of Minnesota
 Toni Naccarato, Ph.D.
  University of California, Berkeley
 Peter Shea, Ph.D.
  University at Albany
 Janet Stamatel
  University of Chicago

Service Assistant Professor
 Jennifer J. Goodall, Ph.D.
  University at Albany

Adjuncts (estimated): 2
Affiliated Faculty (estimated): 35
Teaching Assistants (estimated): 11

The Department of Informatics has core faculty who have split appointments between a home department and Informatics or are entirely in the Department of Informatics. In addition, Affiliated Faculty have an interest in working with students in informatics, but have their faculty appointment wholly in a home department.

The Department of Informatics offers an Informatics minor. There are multiple options. One can be combined with any major and the other eight are coupled with specific majors to enhance the informatics perspective within that discipline. Currently, the options linked to a major are for Art, Communication, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Economics, Geography, Physics, and Women's Studies majors.

The Department of Informatics also offers a doctoral degree in information science.