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Jonathan H. Stevens, M.Ed., M.S.

Assistant Professor of Applied Computer Science

Jon Stevens has been teaching for the Applied Technology division at William Penn University since the fall of 2000. He enjoys seeing graduates of the division perform and excel in their fields. Past students have gone on to succeed in a number of different professions such as network administrators, software engineers, hardware engineers, computational engineers, and a variety of IT positions. Some have earned graduate degrees as well.

Professor Stevens believes that part of their success is due to the diversity of Penn’s computer science program and the structure of the Applied Technology division, which involves staying current with industry practices and setting high standards for faculty and students. One method he has taken to accomplish this is by incorporating software defined networks into his teaching, which is a platform to virtualize systems and application software. Professor Stevens includes practical experience in his courses, such as students working with wind generator sensors and a solar path follower utlizing solar cell panels. These systems are interfaced to microcontrollers for data analysis or control. Students have also enjoyed uploading the data to the IoT (Internet of Things).

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  • B.A.S, Industrial Technology-Electronic Engineering Technology, Teaching Industrial Education, University of Minnesota, Duluth
  • M.E., Specialization of Electronics Engineering Technology, University of Minnesota, Duluth
  • M.S., Computer Science, Concordia University, Wisconsin
  • AWANA – Listener
  • Amateur Radio –Extra Class License
    • SDR (Software Defined Radio)
    • Antenna Construction
  • Computer and Network Management
  • Computer Organization and Digital Circuits
  • Networking
  • Information and Security Assurance
  • Operating Systems
  • Systems Analysis and Design Methods
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