Adjunct Professor – Wilmington University College of Technology
Nora Hufe is the Wilmington University laboratory supervisor and an Adjunct Professor since 2006. She has taught over 55 courses face to face and online in both the College of Technology and the College or Arts and Sciences. She developed the online PHI314 – Ethics for Information Technology Professionals class, SCI321 – Science and Technology class and MIS320 – Management Information Systems.
The courses she has taught include:
- BCS205 – Personal Computer Operations 1
- BCS206 – Computer Applications for Business
- PHI314 – Ethics for Information Technology Professionals
- IRM200 – Information Resource Management
- MIS320 – Management Information Systems
- SCI321 – Science and Technology
Nora holds a Master in Education in Applied Educational Technology from Wilmington University. Nora has worked in various technology roles including online testing administrator at the University of Delaware, systems analyst at Con Edison and a computer programmer at European American Bank and National Westminster Bank.
Through a grant from NCWIT (National Center for Women in IT) Nora planned and served as a moderator in the Women in IT Ms. Connection conference at Wilmington University. She also helped coordinate the 2013 and 2014 DIGIGIRLZ conference held at Wilmington University sponsored by the State of Delaware and Microsoft.