Programs in Computer Information Sciences uphold the strong association between both information sciences and computer sciences, and treat computers as a tool.
Computer Information Sciences Faculty
Dr. Slonka began his career at Pennsylvania Highlands as a full-time faculty member in January of 2013. He previously served as an adjunct faculty member at Mount Aloysius College and was employed at Northrop Grumman as a Cyber Software Engineer. He teaches courses in Computer Science and Information Technology. Dr. Slonka holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Mount Aloysius College, dual Master’s Degrees in Information Security and Assurance and Information Technology Project Management from Robert Morris University, and a Doctor of Science in Information Systems and Communications from Robert Morris.
Ms. Zuccolotto began her career with Pennsylvania Highlands in August of 2002. She teaches courses in Networking. Ms. Zuccolotto has a B.S. in IT – Security Emphasis from Western Governors University.