Rozanski is heading up the new Ph.D. program in computing and information sciences and will also coordinate the collegeís graduate programs. The Ph.D. is awaiting state approval and is expected to launch next fall.
Rozanski began teaching at RIT in 1970. She is an information technology professor in the Golisano College and is also the director of the Laboratory for Computer-Human Interaction and Performance Support in the Center for Advancing the Study of Cyberinfrastructure(CASCI).
NOTE: RITís B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences, the largest comprehensive computing college in the nation, was created with a $14 million gift from B. Thomas Golisano, founder and chairman of Paychex Inc.
The college offers undergraduate programs in computer science, information technology, applied network and system administration, new media, and software engineering, as well as graduate programs in computer science, information technology, software development and management, computer security and information assurance, and learning and knowledge management systems.
The college is home to the Center for Advancing the Study of Cyberinfrastructure, located in the universityís Laboratory for Applied Computing building, which partners with industry and other research organizations in the advancement of computing technology in support of scientific discovery and product development, and to foster technology commercialization.