The Computing & Mathematics Advisory Council is an external group of alumni and friends of the Department of Computing and Mathematics at Oral Roberts University. The Council supports and advises the faculty in developing and accomplishing department goals and objectives, promotes the department in the community, and contributes to the well-being of the department and its students.
Council members contribute by doing the following:
- Providing advice and counsel to the faculty and department chair on important issues related to the programs, students, and outreach of the department.
- Providing information regarding relevant required knowledge, needed skills, and trends in technology industries to help guide academic offerings.
- Promoting and participating in new initiatives, such as initial and continuing accreditation.
- Promoting and participating in extending the reach and influence of the department to the larger community.
- Providing advice and counsel on broader STEM issues, programs, and initiatives.
- Engaging and actively supporting the fundraising efforts of the department.
Trey Bomier serves as the Director of the Institute for Emerging Technologies at Sain Francis Health System...
All full-time Computing and Mathematics faculty also serve on the Advisory Council:
- Dr. Andrew Lang, Department Chair, Mathematics Professor
- Dr. JayneAnn Harder, Associate Professor of Mathematics
- Professor LeighAnne Locke, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
- Dr. J. Bryan Osborne, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
- Professor Sasha Turtova, Lecturer of Mathematical Linguistics
- Dr. Enrique Valderrama Araya, Associate Professor of Mathematics
- Dr. Stephen Wheat, Professor of Computer Science
- Dr. Jan Woerner, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
March 8, 2022
Front row, left to right - Dane Boswell, Jayne Ann Harder, Kim Sellers, Sasha Turtova,Andy Tripp, Enrique Valderrama, Suzanne Behr (CMAC Chair)
Back row, left to right - Jan Woerner, Stephen Wheat, Andrew Lang(Department Chair), Trey Bomier, Kenny Mullican, Leighanne Locke, Bryan Osborne