Belle S. Woodward
Associate Professor of Information Systems Technologies
Belle S. Woodward is committed in researching Ethics Education and Assessment in IT, Designing a student-centered learning environment using collaborative learning strategies and integrating Distance-Learning, Curriculum design for information systems technologies and information security, Network Security and Privacy, Ethics and Technology, and Women in Computing. She earned her M.A. in Computer Resources and Information Management from Webster University (1997), B.S. in Business Administration and Accounting from Wayland Baptist University (1995), and B.S. in Computer Science and Business Economics from University of Bamberg in Germany (1989). She has been teaching Ethics and Legal Issues in IT, Information Assurance, Networking and Security, Enterprise Networks, WAN Installation and Administration, and Programming Logic and Design. She also serves Security Dawgs as a faculty advisor.