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Bob Bunge


Title:

  Professor, College of Engineering & Information Sciences

Campus:

  Federal Way, Wash.

Bob Bunge is a professor in the College of Engineering & Information Sciences at DeVry University. He teaches network communication management, computer information systems and game and simulation development. Bunge has lectured on information technology and cyber security in the Seattle-Tacoma area for a decade.

While a faculty member at DeVry University, Bunge has concurrently lectured at University of Washington – Tacoma and University of Washington in the School of Professional and Continuing Education and Information School, where he developed advanced coursework across subjects including network security, cloud security and information security.

Bunge is committed to expanding extra-curricular opportunities for students at DeVry University. He advises the Cyber Defense Club and has coached student groups participating in the Phi Beta Lambda and National Cyber League competitions. He supports the Seattle-Tacoma professional community through service as a Technology Advisory Council member for Congressman Adam Smith, small business advisor at William Factory Small Business Incubator and research affiliate for the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity at University of Washington. Nationally, Bunge is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery, Information Security Association and Cloud Security Alliance and serves as a member of the governance committee for the National Cybersecurity Competition Federation.

Bunge is a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). He holds a master’s degree in business administration from Keller Graduate School of Management, master’s degrees in secondary education and history from Stanford University, a master’s degree in computing and software systems from University of Washington – Tacoma and bachelor’s degree in history from University of Washington.

 

 


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