David Sachs


Dr. Sachs is Associate Dean and Professor of Technology Systems in Pace University's School of Computer Science and Information Systems. As Associate Dean, he has been actively involved in the development and implementation of computer science and telecommunications courses for the corporate community since 1984. As director of the Pace Computer Learning Center, Dr. Sachs is responsible for the many hundreds of days of personal computer, computer science, and telecommunications education that are provided each year to corporations throughout the United States and around the world such as AT&T, IBM, MCI, PepsiCo, The Reader's Digest, and others. Dr. Sachs has worked closely with teachers, administrators and others to think about the most effective ways to introduce technology into public and private schools. Most recently, he has been actively involved in the development of courses to be taught asynchronously over the Internet and the World Wide Web. Dr. Sachs is Co-Director of the NACTEL Program (http://csis.pace.edu/nactel) - a program that provides an AS in Telecommunications Degree to many hundreds of individuals from Verizon, Qwest, SBC and Citizens, many of whom are members of CWA and IBEW. In addition, Dr. Sachs has been the Principle Investigator for a FIPSE Learning Anytime Anywhere Partnership Grant (1999 - 2002) as well as for a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (2002).