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Name
Yvette Onye
Title
Assistant Professor, Computer Literacy
Teaching Fellow, Universal Design for Learning
School
School of Applied Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Program
General Studies
Phone
860-913-2232
Email
YOnye@goodwin.edu
Office Location
247 Riverside Drive - First Floor
Status
Full-Time
Courses Taught
CAP 100, CAP 110 – Computer Literacy, CAP205 - Advanced Excel
Bio
I have over 25 years’ experience in the computer field. I have held various positions including a systems administrator assistant, supporting computer networking and designing databases; a computer systems analyst creating databases using Microsoft Access; a computer programmer/report writer, programming in Structured Query language (SQL), also built online desktop reports and designing reports using Infomaker Report Writing Tool; a business systems analyst assisting with designing websites; a software developer/product support analyst assisting an Insurance Agency Management System, performing product design, bug (defect) verification, release testing and beta support on applications. I am also certified in Microsoft Office, specifically in Excel. I have done several trainings in these roles and enjoyed doing it and this is how I began teaching and have been since 2003. I have been working at Goodwin University since January 2011. I enjoy swimming, walking, drawing, singing, church, spending time with family and friends, and having fun. The CT shore area is one of my favorite places to go.
Education
Ph.D., Information Technology, Capella University (Work in progress)
M.M., Management/Business, Cambridge College
B.S., Computer Information Systems, Westfield State College
A.S., Computer Science/Data Processing, Springfield Technical Community College
Areas of Interest / Study / Research
Areas of Interest are Green Technology and Autism, Alzheimer’s and Breast Cancer Cure. I am also interested in helping non-profit organizations by giving and supporting their goals.
Teaching Philosophy
"When you teach you are always learning."