Title:Professor and Program Dean, College of Engineering & Information Sciences
Charles Lay is a professor and program dean at DeVry University in the College of Engineering & Information Sciences, where he teaches courses in network operating systems. He teaches a variety of courses, including Voice/VoIP Administration (NETW-250) and Advanced Topics in Networking (NETW-471).
Previously, Mr. Lay has worked as a project manager at CNA Insurance and a systems analyst at Sears. He is a Cisco Certified Academy Instructor.
Mr. Lay has received DeVry’s Ron Taylor Award. He has contributed to a white paper entitled “Bridging the Digital Divide” and has published a lab manual for data networks and a lab manual for TCP/IP. He is a member of THE American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) and of the Project Management Institute (PMI). He holds a master’s of business administration from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Carnegie Melon University.
- Predicts technological advancements in data storage, virtualization and wireless communications.
- Believes that aligning technology with the business goals will become increasingly important.
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