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Keith Tookey, Ph.D.

Education

University of Wisconsin , Madison WI 53706 Fall 1987 to Summer 1994.
-Doctorate in Educational Psychology received August 1994
-Area of Concentration: Educational Applications of Computers.
-Master of Science in Computer Science received May 1990.
-Area of concentration: Artificial Intelligence.

University of Illinois , Urbana-Champaign IL 61801 Fall 1979 to Summer 1981.
-Master of Science in Computer Science degree received August 1981.
-Area of concentration: Computer Software.

DePauw University, Greencastle, IN 46135 Fall 1975 to Spring 1979.
-B.A. with majors in mathematics and philosophy, magna cum laude, May 1979.

About

Dr. Tookey holds a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Philosophy, two Master's Degree in Computer Science, and a Doctorate in Educational Psychology. His specialty is educational applications of computers. He has taught at three small liberal arts colleges before coming to the University of New Haven. He has taken coursework in Computer Science, Philosophy, Mathematics, Education, Psychology, Educational Psychology, Library Science, Religion, Statistics, and Literature, and for seven of those areas he has graduate coursework. He has taught (or been TA for) courses in seven of those areas, and done professional presentations in the rest. He has also taught courses in Art, Western Civ, Methods of Science and Critical Thinking, Interdisciplinary Seminars, and Honors courses. He believes that to do well as a Computer Scientist or as a teacher, you need to have a broad range of knowledge.

Work Experience

University of New Haven, West Haven, CT 06516
-Visiting, beginning Fall 2016

Eureka College. Eureka Illinois 61530
-Professor of Computer Science Fall 2001 to May, 2016.
-Associate Professor of Computer Science Fall 1998 to Spring 2001.
-Responsible for majors in Computer Science.

Columbia College, Columbia Missouri 65216
-Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems Fall 1994 to Spring 98.

University of Wisconsin, Madison 53706
-Project Assistant for Wisconsin Council for Educational Research
-Responsible for conducting research under an O.N.R. grant to produce an Intelligent Tutoring System.

Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa 51106.
-Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences Fall 1981 to Spring 1988.
-Promoted to Associate Professor with tenure Spring 1984.

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