Richard Gordon has worked at the University of Delaware since 1983. During that time, he has performed a variety of functions in support of student, faculty, and staff computing at the University. In addition, he teaches Computers, Ethics, and Society, a 3-credit course required of Computer Science majors at UD, and has taught a variety of other classes as well. The latest class he designed is Intellectual Property in the Digital Age, an undergraduate course that puts current IP issues into the context of the historical development of IP law and regulation. He is also the host of Campus Voices, an IT-sponsored public affairs show on WVUD, the University's radio station. Richard has a master's degree from the University of Missouri and an AB from Kenyon College.