As an instructor, Kevan Croteau brings to NETC a long list of degrees and work experience in computer science. He enjoys meeting the challenges of keeping education relevant to changing times and demands. Outside of the classroom, he enjoys researching his family genealogy and history topics, reading, photography, hiking, traveling and of course, recreational computing.
Mr. Croteau attended the U.S. Air Force Academy and the College of William and Mary. He earned a Bachelor of Science in applied computer science, mathematics and statistics from Keene State College. He received a Master of Science in computer science, computer engineering and applied math from Stony Brook University. His work experience includes chief database design architect for Brookhaven National Laboratory, IBM; lecturer at Stony Brook University; instructor and assistant professor at Illinois State University; assistant professor and director of academic computing, University of Dubuque; and assistant professor at Francis Marion University.
Students in Mr. Croteau’s class will learn how to think critically and push boundaries. They will be challenged to go beyond their comfort zone to gain awareness of the world and the many possibilities it offers. Students will also receive the support and encouragement they need to complete their education while also wrestling with jobs, families and life’s daily struggles.
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