Maureen Greenbaum has been an innovative professor of Computer Information Systems at Union County College (U.C.C) in NJ for over a quarter century. After 15 years in the computer industry as a technical guru and data center manager for companies including Exxon, Blue Cross of Massachusetts, State Street Bank, and Westinghouse, she decided to apply her technical and people skills to teaching.
She creates courses and teaches Face to Face (F2F), online and hybrid (1/2 online & 1/2 F2F) classes. She revises her courses every semester because, learning, the world and the Internet are all changing. Since 1982, she has also run a consulting company, SUMWARE in NJ, that advises small and medium businesses on computer software and Internet. SUMWARE creates web sites for non-profits and for businesses.
Maureen graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Computer Information Systems from Boston University in 1972. In 1976 she earned an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University and immediately began teaching in the MIS course in FDU's MBA program. She is an avid student and practitioner of using technology to revolutionize learning.
Over the last year she has presented on how Adaptive Learning and Computer Essay Grading can improve student success in developmental courses at conferences including Campus Tech in Boston, NJEDge and Educating For Sustainable Happiness.
Computer technology will personalize education, enabling all students to succeed.