Adjunct Faculty

Kimberly Ann Gabelmann

Adjunct Professor
Silberman College of Business

Phone: (973) 650-2827
Email: kimberly258_gabelmann@fdu.edu

Senior Instructional Designer responsible for training faculty members in incorporating technology into their curriculum, assisting faculty members in designing and developing their online and blended courses, exploring the latest trends in pedagogy and emerging technologies

Senior Instructional Designer responsible for training faculty members in incorporating technology into their curriculum, assisting faculty members in designing and developing their online and blended courses, exploring the latest trends in pedagogy and emerging technologies

Anthony Gaeta, MSEE, MAS, CEH

Adjunct Faculty
Gildart Haase School of Computer Sciences and Engineering
University College

Phone: (201) 692-2347
Email: ajgaeta@fdu.edu

Anthony Gaeta is an adjunct faculty member at the Metropolitan campus and has over 12 years of teaching experience. Mr. Gaeta earned a Master of Administrative Science degree, Computer Security and Forensics concentration, an M.S.E.E. and B.S.E.E., with honors, from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ. He holds a Computer Security and Forensic Administration Certificate, also from Fairleigh Dickinson, and is a Certified Ethical Hacker. Mr. Gaeta has two U.S. patents.

Mr. Gaeta has over 28 years of industrial experience in telecommunications, wireless and advanced RF systems, computing, cyber, and project management. In addition to his employment at FDU, Mr. Gaeta works as a Senior Lead Technologist for the consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, where he currently leads R&D efforts on several engineering programs. As lead engineer, Mr. Gaeta is responsible for ensuring successful project delivery and customer satisfaction. Mr. Gaeta has successfully managed over $60 million in project funding and helped to secure over $200 million in new business for the firm.

Prior to joining Booz Allen, Mr. Gaeta worked as a member of technical staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories (subsequently Lucent Technologies), where he served as the technical lead for the Sprint and Verizon Wireless cellular markets in New York and South Florida. Prior to this role, he worked on the design of cellular terminals, base station radio development, and undersea surveillance systems.

Mr. Gaeta teaches courses on computer concepts, modern technology, industrial automation, and ethics. He also serves as a member of both the university’s information technology and electrical engineering industrial advisory boards, and was a participant in the university’s Technical Enrichment and Outreach Program, (TEOP).

Anthony Gaeta is an adjunct faculty member at the Metropolitan campus and has over 12 years of teaching experience. Mr. Gaeta earned a Master of Administrative Science degree, Computer Security and Forensics concentration, an M.S.E.E. and B.S.E.E., with honors, from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ. He holds a Computer Security and Forensic Administration Certificate, also from Fairleigh Dickinson, and is a Certified Ethical Hacker. Mr. Gaeta has two U.S. patents.

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Reji Joseph, M.S.

Assistant Lab Director of Engineering

Phone: (201) 692-2498
Email: reji8@fdu.edu

Reji Joseph received his B.S./M.S. from University of Kerala, India

Reji Joseph received his B.S./M.S. from University of Kerala, India

Andrew Joyce

Lecturer
Vancouver College

Phone: (604) 682-8112 or toll-free 1-877-338-8002
Email: ajoyce@fdu.edu

Andy Joyce, Lecturer, is a former UK law enforcement officer and currently works as a Computer Forensic Investigator for the Enforcement Branch at the British Columbia Securities Commission.

He is a former Director of Professional Services at FDR Forensic Data Recovery Inc and EFS E-forensic Services Inc. His responsibilities included the delivery of Computer Forensic and eDiscovery services to clients across Canada and for the delivery of computer forensics training courses in Canada; including EnCase, Helix and ADF.

Andy holds an MSc in Information Security and Computer Crime. He holds the industry certifications EnCE and CISSP.

He is also a part time lecturer at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) instructing on the Advanced Computer Forensics course. Andy has also taught Linux Forensics for the MSc course at Glamorgan University.

Andy has investigated a wide range of complex, international Internet major crimes and testified as an expert computer forensic witness in the Crown courts of the United Kingdom, including the Old Bailey and the Supreme Court of British Columbia. He has successfully led multiple eDiscovery engagements and has been the lead investigator on numerous computer forensic engagements, including network intrusion, intellectual property theft and government investigations.

Andy served as a detective in the UK for 13 years, where his work focused on computer crime, network intrusion, child exploitation and terrorism investigations involving computers.

Andy is a regular presenter at Computer Forensic Conferences including CEIC, HTCIA and China Forensic conferences.

He has taught at the Hong Kong Police College and recent courses taught include Live Forensics and Memory Analysis.

Andy’s current research includes Memory Forensics, Evidence capture from the Internet and Network Forensics.

Andy Joyce, Lecturer, is a former UK law enforcement officer and currently works as a Computer Forensic Investigator for the Enforcement Branch at the British Columbia Securities Commission. Andy’s current research includes Memory Forensics, Evidence capture from the Internet and Network Forensics.

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Jonn Martell

Director of Technical Operations
Vancouver

Phone: (604) 682-8112 or toll-free 1-877-338-8002
Email: martell@fdu.edu

Jonn Martell, Director of Technical Operations, has 20 years experience in consulting, networking and IT. He managed the deployment and operation of numerous multimillion dollar networking projects including fiber optics, wireless and VOIP services.

Jonn joined the Director’s team at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Vancouver Campus to oversee the technological deployment and operations of the new University campus located at the heart of Vancouver, Canada.

Jonn teaches wireless, networking, security and technology courses at the University of British Columbia.

He is a certified wireless network expert (CWNE) and certified instructor (CWNT). He is a Project Management Professional and holds numerous technology certifications from Cisco, Microsoft and CompTIA.

Jonn is a regular speaker at industry and educational conferences and has presented at Interop, Net’99, ResNet, IEEE, UDI, Library Access, Wi-Fi Alliance and VoiceCon. He is a graduate of the University of British Columbia.

Jonn Martell, Director of Technical Operations, has 20 years experience in consulting, networking and IT. He managed the deployment and operation of numerous multimillion dollar networking projects including fiber optics, wireless and VOIP services.

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Jon Morgan

Adjunct Professor
Vancouver

Email: jmorgan@fdu.edu

Professor Morgan joined the FDU Criminal Justice Program faculty as an Adjunct Professor in January, 2014. He has professional experience in both state and local law enforcement as well as over ten years in the private sector. Professor Morgan specializes in Information Systems and Systems Interoperability. He currently works as a Detective for the Passaic County Prosecutors Office. He previously worked with the State of New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness as a Principal Planner in the Planning and Project Management Bureau. Professor Morgan holds an Associate's Degree in Computer Information Systems from Raritan Valley Community College, an undergraduate degree in Information Systems with a minor in Applied Mathematics from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, as well as a Master's Degree in Information Systems.

Professor Morgan joined the FDU Criminal Justice Program faculty as an Adjunct Professor in January, 2014. He has professional experience in both state and local law enforcement as well as over ten years in the private sector. Professor Morgan specializes in Information Systems and Systems Interoperability. He currently works as a Detective for the Passaic County Prosecutors Office. He previously worked with the State of New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness as a Principal Planner in the Planning and Project Management Bureau. Professor Morgan holds an Associate’s Degree in Computer Information Systems from Raritan Valley Community College, an undergraduate degree in Information Systems with a minor in Applied Mathematics from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, as well as a Master’s Degree in Information Systems.

Mohamed Sheriff

Lecturer
Vancouver

Phone: (604) 682-8112 or toll-free 1-877-338-8002
Email: msheriff@fdu.edu

Mohamed Sheriff, Lecturer, obtained his graduate degree in Information Systems Design from Westminster University London, England. Upon graduation, he started lecturing at London Tutorial College and he also worked for Channel 5 which is a television station in England. Furthermore, he has 15 plus years Information Technology experience working for financial, utility, telecommunication and television companies in various countries and continents. In the process, he has worked as head of various Information Technology units/sectors in which he has worked with executives to formulate, implement and deploy 1-3 years plans in areas of enterprise technology such as IT infrastructure, cyber/computer security, forensics, software development, Enterprise Information Systems, policies, business process, operations management, information management (to name a few) that aligns and meet global organizations business needs.

In addition, he also has 10 plus years university lecturing/teaching experience; teaching Cyber Security courses, Computer Science, Information Systems, Business and Management courses at Kwantlem Polytechnic University, London Tutorial College, City University, University of Phoenix (Vancouver Campus), University of Phoenix (Online) and University of Meritus. He has acted as a Subject Matter Expert for Cyber Security courses, Computer Science, Information Systems, Business and Management courses at undergraduate and MBA level. As a result, he has written faculty materials, business cases for courses, evaluated textbooks, developed courses and revision courses, for undergraduate and graduate programs; such courses were Cyber Security Forensics Administration, Software Engineering, E-Business, Computer Information Systems, Technology Management, Project Management, Operations Management, Quality Management and Productivity to name a few. As a researcher, he is interested in the following areas: Cyber/Computer Security, Computer Forensics, Information Systems analysis, design and development, SaaS, Cloud Computing, Enterprise Resource Planning, Project Management, Operations Management, Quality Management and Productivity etc.

Equally important, he does volunteer community work in areas of helping refuges resettle well in Canada, free private tutoring/mentoring to pupils in need etc. He also enjoy playing sports including most of the racket sports such as table tennis, tennis etc.

Mohamed speaks English, Creole, Mandingo, Mende, Temene and a little bit of French.

Publications

Access and Privacy in Post Secondary Institutions
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Evolution: ICT Age Restructuring Society
21st Century pedagogy in open society: Is it a shadow pedagogical system with social media as a pedagogical tool

Mohamed Sheriff, Lecturer, obtained his graduate degree in Information Systems Design from Westminster University London, England. Upon graduation, he started lecturing at London Tutorial College and he also worked for Channel 5 which is a television station in England. Furthermore, he has 15 plus years Information Technology experience working for financial, utility, telecommunication and television companies in various countries and continents. In the process, he has worked as head of various Information Technology units/sectors in which he has worked with executives to formulate, implement and deploy 1-3 years plans in areas of enterprise technology such as IT infrastructure, cyber/computer security, forensics, software development, Enterprise Information Systems, policies, business process, operations management, information management (to name a few) that aligns and meet global organizations business needs.

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Bryon Torsiello

Adjunct Instructor
Silberman College of Business Administration
Department of Information Systems and Decision Sciences

Phone: (201) 254-0318
Email: bryon_torsiello@fdu.edu

Bryon Torsiello, Adjunct Instructor, obtained his undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University - Florham Campus and his graduate degree in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University - Metropolitan Campus. Additional education includes a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from Stevens Institute of Technology.

Furthermore, Bryon has 22 plus years Technology Management at the Bergen County Technical Schools, which houses the Bergen Academies, and also the Bergen County Special Services School District, which serves K-Adult students with various disabilities.

Over the past ten years, the following courses have been assigned to me while lecturing at an adjunct level at FDU:

  • MIS1045 Information Technology for Business
  • MIS2001 Management Information Systems
  • MIS4303 Spreadsheet Applications in Business
  • MIS5514 Info Systems & Technology Management

Experience comes from all directions, and Bryon brings six years online lecturing/mentoring experience with him to FDU. The following courses have been taught online at another New Jersey academic institution:

  • Introduction to Computers
  • Computer Architecture
  • Systems Analysis & Design

Bryon also brings experience working with curriculum departments in course revision, modification and review of possible text books for course enhancements.

Real world experience is brought into every lecture taught by Bryon from personal experience, consulting and from meeting vendors from across the technology spectrum.

Bryon Torsiello, Adjunct Instructor, obtained his undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University - Florham Campus and his graduate degree in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University - Metropolitan Campus. Additional education includes a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from Stevens Institute of Technology.

Furthermore, Bryon has 22 plus years Technology Management at the Bergen County Technical Schools, which houses the Bergen Academies, and also the Bergen County Special Services School District, which serves K-Adult students with various disabilities.

Specialties: Project Management, Technology Management, Technology Planning, Technology Auditing, and Systems Design and Implementation.

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George Thucydides, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor

Phone: (604) 682-8112 or toll-free 1-877-338-8002
Email: thucydid@fdu.edu

George Thucydides, Adjunct Professor, received his B.A hons from Magdalen College, Oxford, his Postgraduate Certificate of Education from Kings College, London, and his PhD from Imperial College, London. He has worked as a Lecturer in Computing and has taught Mathematics and Physics. He also has several publications and patents. His primary occupation has been Software Development, mainly in operating system development and architecture for mobile devices. He is currently a Principal Engineer at Nokia.

George Thucydides, Adjunct Professor, received his B.A hons from Magdalen College, Oxford, his Postgraduate Certificate of Education from Kings College, London, and his PhD from Imperial College, London. He has worked as a Lecturer in Computing and has taught Mathematics and Physics. He also has several publications and patents. His primary occupation has been Software Development, mainly in operating system development and architecture for mobile devices. He is currently a Principal Engineer at Nokia.

Shahid Zaheer

Adjunct Professor
Silberman College of Business
University College

Email: zaheer@fdu.edu

Accomplished Senior Technology Professional with 20 years of extensive IT management and support experience, driving the planning, architecture, deployment, and leadership while analyzing, documenting, and re-engineering IT business processes, and providing support. Proven track record of leading teams toward meeting objectives and exceeding customers' expectations. Achieving timely results through solid analytical and communication skills; leading team projects to reach organization objectives. Resolve complex technical issues related to business applications, while communicating solutions to business areas. Multi-fluent in English, Urdu, Hindi, with some Arabic knowledge. Specialties: Info Security, LAN/WLAN Designing, LAN/WLAN

Accomplished Senior Technology Professional with 20 years of extensive IT management and support experience, driving the planning, architecture, deployment, and leadership while analyzing, documenting, and re-engineering IT business processes, and providing support. Proven track record of leading teams toward meeting objectives and exceeding customers’ expectations. Achieving timely results through solid analytical and communication skills; leading team projects to reach organization objectives. Resolve complex technical issues related to business applications, while communicating solutions to business areas. Multi-fluent in English, Urdu, Hindi, with some Arabic knowledge.

Specialties: Info Security, LAN/WLAN Designing, LAN/WLAN