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Vice Dean, Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
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Wiley McKinzie, vice dean of the Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, is an expert on academic incubation, understanding future curricular needs, and predicting new programs.
His areas of teaching and research include data communications and computer networking, telecommunications policy and standards, and technology as an organizational strategic resource.
McKinzie, formerly the dean of the College of Applied Science and Technology, has overseen the development of academic programs in software engineering, computer integrated manufacturing, telecommunications, interactive media design, information technology, environmental management, safety technology, opto-electronics, emergency management, senior living management and service management.
McKinzie completed a master's degree and doctoral studies in computer science at the State University of New York at Buffalo (1973) and a bachelor's in mathematics at the University of Wichita (1960). He has been an editor for Computer and IEEE Software magazines.