Samuel E. Sambasivam, Ph.D., has done extensive research, written for publications, and given presentations in computer science, data structures, and mathematics. He has taught computer science for 27 years at three universities in the U.S., and has taught mathematics for 32 years at five universities in the U.S. and India. He was a distinguished visiting professor of computer science at the United States Air Force Academy during the 2008–09 academic year, and interim associate dean of APU’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in 2004–05. Sambasivam teaches Database Management Systems, Object-Oriented Programming with C++ Language, Client/Server Applications Development, Advanced Database Applications, Applied Artificial Intelligence, and other courses, and has developed several courses for computer science majors. He directed the regional Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Programming Contest for six years, and is the coordinator of the client/server emphasis of the M.S. program. He is a voting member of the ACM and is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Kappa Mu Epsilon, and Ypsilon Pi Epsilon. Sambasivam serves as an associate editor for Information Systems Education Journal, and is a referee for ACM-SIGCSE conferences, INSITE, ISECON conferences, and IEEE Transactions on Computers.