Title: Professor, College of Engineering and Information Technology

Campus: Orlando, Fla.

Genevieve Sapijaszko is a professor at DeVry University in the College of Engineering and Information Sciences, where she teaches courses in electronics engineering and information technology.  Her specialty is digital signal processing and C/C++ Programming, and she has developed and taught courses in the Electronics Engineering Technician program, Information Technology program, Electronics Computer Engineering program and Gaming and Simulation program.
 
Ms. Sapijaszko previously worked as a hardware/software engineer at Vola, as a software engineer at the University of Calgary and as a software designer at Amanda Enterprises.
 
Ms. Sapijaszko won a Ron Taylor Service Award and coordinated lab development and implementation in the Electronics Engineering Technology online program at DeVry University. She co-wrote a white paper entitled, An Innovative Electronics Laboratory System for Campus and Distance Learning Applications. She has also participated in research to develop more efficient speaker recognition software, and speaks fluent French.
 
Ms. Sapijaszko is working to obtain a doctorate degree in electrical engineering from the University of Central Florida, and holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Calgary, a master’s degree in information systems management from the Keller Graduate School of Management and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Calgary.
 
Thought Leadership
 
-       Simulation continues to be a growing trend in the military, biomedical field, gaming and education. I can see that it will continue to grow for many years to come.
 
-       Predicts that math and science skills, communication skills, the ability to think critically through problem solving and troubleshooting challenges and the ability to convert real problems into a programming code solution are the most necessary skills to keep current in her field.
 
-       Predicts that future developments in software will allow. Doctors to practice their craft without the constant need for practice with human beings, the military to train in unfamiliar surroundings, and students to be educated in a particular field.

 

To schedule an interview with Genevieve Sapijaszko, please contact Susie White at 312-861-52019 or susie.white@mslgroup.com. 
<< Back