The University of Saint Francis has selected Richard Miller to fill the role of program director for its new Computer Science programs, which officially begin in fall 2016.
Miller comes to USF from Parkview Health System, where he worked in Information Systems since 1997. He also has experience in education at both Huntington University and Tri-State University.
A graduate of Huntington University, with degrees in both computer information science and mathematics, Miller is excited to be part of the new programs in Computer Information Systems that USF will be offering to students: Game and Application Development, and Cybersecurity.
“These are extremely important programs to our local business community,” Miller said. “I am thrilled to be able to help young people sharpen their computer science skills and prepare them for careers in these rapidly growing fields.”
“We are delighted to have Richard Miller join our faculty. He has extensive experience both in the classroom and in the real world of computer information systems,” said Dr. Lance Richey, dean of the USF School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. “It is exactly the combination of theoretical and practical knowledge that our students need for a successful computer science career.”
For more information about these programs, visit admissions.sf.edu.