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Mark A. Stockman
Mark Stockman is an Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati serving as a faculty member for the Networking/System Administration specialization in the Information Technology (IT) degree program. His research interests include systems administration, data center operations, server virtualization, cloud computing management, and IT pedagogy. With recent study of traditional criminology and crime prevention, he also has an interest in cybersecurity. Specifically, Mark is investigating the applicability of criminological theories in the digital realm or cybercriminology.
Mr. Stockman is the Chair Ex-Officio of the ACM Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (SIGITE), a community that has defined IT as an academic discipline, published a model undergraduate IT curriculum and helped create accreditation guidelines for IT programs, and is now defining and promoting the IT research agenda.
- BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering, Ohio University, Russ College of Engineering and Technology, Athens, OH, 1992.
- MBA, Ohio University, College of Business, Athens, OH, 1994 (Management).
- Stockman, M., Nyland, J. (2010). (In Press). A Teaching Pedagogy for Networking/System Administration Courses; Freshman through Senior Years. Association For Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group For Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Conference & apos;10 Proceedings, 15.
- Stockman, M., Leung, S., Nyland, J., Said, H. (2006). (In Press). The Information Technology Minor: Filling a Need in the Workforce of Today. Association For Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group For Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Conference & apos;06 Proceedings, 31.
- Stockman, M., Nyland, J., & Weed, W. (2005). (In Press). Centrally Stored and Delivered Virtual Machines in the Networking/System Administration Lab. Association For Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group For Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Summer 2005 Newsletter, 2 (2), 4.
- Stockman, M., Said, H., Leung, S., Christopherson, & Nyland, J. (2004). (In Press). An Implementation of a Networking Track in an Information Technology Degree Program. CITC5 & apos;04 Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Information Technology Education, 138.
- Stockman, M., Wulf, T. (2005). (In Press). Using learning objects to enhance the systems administration lab. ACM SIGITE Newsletter, 2 (1).
- Stockman, M. (2003). (In Press). Creating remotely accessible "virtual networks" on a single PC to teach computer networking and operating systems. CITC4 & apos;03 Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Information Technology Curriculum, 67.
- Alexander, J., Dick, A., Hacker, J., Hicks, D., & Stockman, M. (2012). (In Press). Building a Cloud Based Systems Lab. Association For Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group For Information Technology Education (ACM/SIGITE) Conference on IT Education & apos;12 Proceedings, 151.
- Stockman, M. (2011). (In Progress). Remotely Accessible Systems for the Computing Sciences Disciplines. In Azad, A., Auer, M., & Harward, J. (Eds.), Internet-Based Remote Laboratories: Scalable E-Learning Tools for Engineering and Science Disciplines Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishing.
Presentations & Lectures
- Hofmann, P., Pate-Cornell, E., Maldonado, T., and Reisman, S., Stockman, M., Spooner, J. (2011). University Research and New Curriculum Panel Service Research and Innovation Institute (SRII) Conference 2011, San Jose, CA.