Professor of Practice
229 Hinds Hall
Dr. Stephen Wallace is an executive-level professional with over 30 years of experience designing, developing and delivering Information Technology solutions in Business and Healthcare based environments.
He holds BS in Operations Management from Syracuse University, an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a Doctorate in Computing from Pace University.
Steve has been CIO of four large organizations including almost seven years as the Corporate CIO for a $5bil public company, where he implemented and managed a large shared service team with over 200 people and was responsible for many large projects, some exceeding $100m.
Steve also founded BizLitics LLC to help organizations improve their performance. He then works with business and technical leaders to define an optimal end state solutions, and a develops a business cases to support the required investment.
I am particularly interested in Healthcare, Human Computer Interactions and Analytics. I am interested in improving the ways that Providers and Patients synthesize and interact with Health Information to improve engagement and outcomes
|Fall 2020||IST387||M003||LAB: Intro to Applied Data Science|
|Fall 2020||IST707||M003||Data Analytics|
|Fall 2020||IST664||M003||Natural Language Processing|
|Fall 2019||IST387||M003||LAB: Intro to Applied Data Science|
|Fall 2019||IST707||M003||Data Analytics|
|Fall 2019||IST407||M001||Data Mining|
|Fall 2019||IST664||M003||Natural Language Processing|
|Spring 2020||IST687||M001||Introduction to Data Science|
|Spring 2020||IST387||M001||Intro to Applied Data Science|
|Spring 2020||IST707||M001||Data Analytics|
|Spring 2020||IST407||M001||Data Mining|
|Fall 2018||IST387||M003||LAB: Intro to Applied Data Science|
|Fall 2018||IST687||M007||LAB: Introduction to Data Science|
|Fall 2018||IST707||M003||Data Analytics|
|Fall 2018||IST407||M001||Data Mining|
|Spring 2019||IST387||M003||LAB: Intro to Applied Data Science|
|Spring 2019||IST707||M001||Data Analytics|
|Spring 2019||IST664||M003||Natural Language Processing|
|Spring 2019||IST407||M001||Data Mining|