EDSIG

Distinguished Fellows

Bruce Saulnier
Quinnipiac University

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Bruce Saulnier is a Professor of Computer Information Systems at Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT. He has been at Quinnipiac since the fall of 1972. Bruce has a BS from Defiance College and an MS, from Georgia Institute of Technology. He has, regularly, been very involved in submitting papers to ISECON since 2001. His papers have won best paper award and numerous other recognitions. He has also served as a reviewer for ISEDJ and has been instrumental in getting his many of his faculty to present and become involved with the conference. He believes strongly in learner-centered active pedagogy and strives to design learning units to actively involve my students in the learning process. He is a Distinguished Fellow & Past-President of the International Society for Exploring Teaching & Learning. Bruce believes strongly in learner-centered active pedagogy and strives to design learning units to actively involve my students in the learning process. He is dedicated teacher and has won many awards in the area of education including:

  • 2009 Quinnipiac Center for Excellence Teaching Award
  • 2002 Carnegie Foundation Connecticut Professor of the Year
  • 2005 Defiance College Alumni Citation for Academic Excellence
  • 2002 Beta Gamma Sigma
  • 1984 HEW Fellow, Georgia Institute of Technology

About AITP-EDSIG Fellows

Each year Fellows are inducted in honor of their sustained, long-term, meaningful and effective support of AITP-EDSIG in its ongoing mission to improve IS Education, mentor IS students, and foster the careers of IS faculty.