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The Add/Drop period ends the evening of Monday, January 28, 2013. I require that anybody showing up for the first time in any of my classes after that be up-to-date with respect to readings, announcements, and other assignments. In general, a student adding a class is responsible for contacting the instructor to get a syllabus and find out how to catch up. All readings, announcements, and assignments are in my Web pages, which any responsible student can find easily.
|Hello! My name is Steve Hartley. The little guy on the left was worried about his first day of school, September 8, 2004.|
|I'm one of the faculty members in the Computer Science Department, having joined the Rowan University community in September 2000. I'm glad to be here! The not-so-little-anymore guy on the left no longer worries about the first day of school, September 6, 2012. Scroll to the bottom for more pictures of how gray my hair is now! Before Rowan, I was a faculty member in the Computer Science and Information Systems program at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey in Pomona.|
I teach these courses at Rowan.
My teaching schedule for the spring 2013 semester is
During the spring 2013 semester, my formal office hours are
If I have to go to a meeting during formal office hours, I will try, perhaps not always successfully, to remember to put a note on my office door and put the meeting in my announcements page. The department's secretary, Debi Coughlin, will usually know where I am and how to reach me.
If you need to make an appointment, or if you have a question, you can reach me by telephone at 856-256-4806 and by electronic mail at email@example.com.
During the 2012--13 academic year, I will serve as Chair of the Computer Science Department. I have been elected by the department to serve as Chair for a three-year term, academic years, 2010--11, 2011--12, and 2012--13. In March 2013, I was elected by the department to serve another three-year term as Chair (academic years 2013--14, 2014--15, and 2015--16).
Starting fall 2013, I will have three hours of alternative assigned time (release time) for research per semester. Professor Joel Crichlow and I work on the COPAR system, a collection of distributed processes that work together to keep multiple copies of a database synchronized.
Recent curriculum committee proposals.
Talk to Rowan's high school programming contest on Friday, April 28, 2006.
Computer Science colloquium held on Thursday, February 20, 2003.
Mathematics colloquium held on Wednesday, April 25, 2001.
Java concurrent programming tutorial.
Mirror of www.mcs.drexel.edu/~shartley/ConcProgJava/. Mirror of www.mcs.drexel.edu/~shartley/OSusingSR/. Mirror of www.mcs.drexel.edu/~shartley/BookOSusingSR/.
My current résumé.
An interesting map.
Hear Linus Torvalds pronounce his name and his operating system.
Pictures of my son Ethan, born July 14, 2000.
Peace! (Aug 2007)|
Stephen J. Hartley
Computer Science Department
201 Mullica Hill Road
Glassboro, NJ 08028-1702
office +1-856-256-4806, fax +1-856-256-4741
``I drive for my safety, not your convenience.'' Copyright 2009 Stephen J. Hartley. All rights reserved.