Mathematics and IT Faculty

Stephen Cheskiewicz

Assistant Professor of Information Technology
 

Degrees

Wilkes University, Doctor of Education, Educational Technology
Wilkes University, Master of Educational Technology
Wilkes University, Bachelor of Business Administration
Keystone College, Associates in Business

Office: Aquinas 50-I
Office Hours: M-W 3:30-5 pm, T/TH 9-10 am
Phone: 845-569-3267
Email: stephen.cheskiewicz@msmc.edu

Courses

CIT 1052 - Computer Literacy
CIT 2160 - Spreadsheets & Databases
CIT 2300 - Networking
CIT 3160 - Operating Systems
CIT 3180 - Server-Side Programming
CIT 3700 - Systems Analysis & Design
CIT 4250 - Network Administration
CIT 4350 - Database Management Systems
CIT 4400 - Network Protocols

 

Bio

Stephen Cheskiewicz, EdD is an Assistant Professor of Information Technology at Mount Saint Mary College. Dr. Cheskiewicz has worked in the field of higher education for over 20 years in both senior administrative and faculty positions. He holds a Master’s degree in Instructional Technology, and a Doctor of Education in Educational Technology from Wilkes University. Dr. Cheskiewicz was previously an Assistant Professor and the Coordinator of Information Technology Programs at Keystone College, Director of Information Technology at Johnson College, and a Pro Rata Professor at Misericordia University. He has taught for many years in the Graduate Teacher Education program at Wilkes University.

He has presented his research at regional, national, and international conferences including the Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo & Conference (PETE&C), EDUCAUSE Annual Conferences, EDUCAUSE Mid-Atlantic Conferences, Campus Management 2011, the Inaugural European Conference on Education, the International Academic Forum (IFOR) in the United Kingdom, and the International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society in Madrid, Spain. He recently completed a collaborative research project with a co-researcher from Barcelona, Spain that was presented at the University of California at Berkeley and the Educause Annual Conference in 2015. Through this partnership he was recently asked to be a doctoral examination board member at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona.

He is a contributor to numerous Pearson Education Business and Technology textbooks and is a published author in an academic peer-reviewed journal. His scholarship focuses on a better understanding of student retention and persistence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) academic programs.

Dr. Cheskiewicz is currently the Chair of the Academic Standards Committee.

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