Associate Professor - Information Systems
Office: Grise Hall 227
Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, Computer Science, 1995
M.S., Vanderbilt University, Computer Science, 1992
B.S., Western Kentucky University, Computer Science, 1988
Dr. Crews specializes in the areas of simulation, knowledge-based training, and usability factors regarding technology. He has taught 16 difference courses in computer science and computer information systems, including programming, systems analysis and design, software engineering, operating systems, artificial intelligence, and research methods. His current research focuses on the use of computer technology for teaching, training, learning, and assessment. Dr. Crews is a member of various professional organizations including the Association of Computer Machinery and the National Association of Information Technology Professionals. Dr. Crews has worked professionally as a software engineer for Electronics Data Systems (EDS). He remains active in professional consulting for both the public and private sector.
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