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About Travis E. Doom

Travis Doom (Senior Member IEEE, '03) is Professor and Associate Chair of Computer Science & Engineering at Wright State University (WSU). Dr. Doom joined the faculty at Wright State University (Dayton, OH) in1998 after receiving his Ph.D. from Michigan State University (1998). Professor Doom currently serves as the Faculty President of Wright State University, and has served as a member of the Wright State University Faculty Senate and as a leader on several University-level committees since 2009.  Prior to his service on the Faculty Senate, Dr. Doom served the Faculty through leadership roles on the Executive Committee of the Wright State Chapter of the American Associate of University Professors (2005-2010).
 
Dr. Doom would not mind being remembered as someone who spent "too much effort" on his teaching. He was internationally recognized by the IEEE Computer Society "for tremendous contributions to Computer Science and Engineering through a balanced career incorporating research, mentoring of students, curriculum and pedagogy development, and service" and was awarded the IEEE-CS 2018 Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award.  He was awarded the position of WSU's Robert J. Kegerris Distinguished Professor of Teaching (2014-2017), was awarded an Outstanding Engineers' and Scientists' Award (Education) by the Affiliate Societies Council of Dayton (2015), and was Southern Ohio Council for Higher Education's (SOCHE) awardee for Excellence in Teaching (2014).  Dr. Doom served on the Faculty Advisory Board for WSU's Center for Teaching and Learning (2014-2016).
Dr. Doom was the 2000 and 2005 recipient of the WSU College of Engineering Excellence in Teaching award, a 2001 invitee to the Ohio Teacher's Excellence Program (OTEP), and a 2002 sponsored attendee of the National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI). Dr. Doom has disseminated his educational work through venues including the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), the ACM special interest group on computer science education (SIGCSE), and IEEE Transactions on Education. Teaching interests include both undergraduate and graduate STEM courses, particularly those in computer science, computer engineering, and electrical engineering.

Positions

2017 - Present Faculty President, Wright State University
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2015 - Present Professor, Wright State University Computer Science and Engineering
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2014 - Present Associate Chair, Wright State University Computer Science and Engineering
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2002 - Present Faculty Member, Wright State University Biomedical Sciences
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2000 - Present Graduate Faculty, Wright State University
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1999 - Present Faculty Member, Wright State University Electrical Engineering
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2014 - 2017 Robert J. Kegerris Distinguished Professor of Teaching, Wright State University Computer Science and Engineering
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2004 - 2015 Associate Professor, Wright State University Computer Science and Engineering
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2011 - 2014 Director of Undergraduate Studies, Wright State University Computer Science and Engineering
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1998 - 2004 Assistant Professor, Wright State University Computer Science and Engineering
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1998 - 1998 Instructor, Michigan State University ‐ Computer Science
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Curriculum Vitae




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Education

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1998 Ph.D., Michigan State University ‐ Computer Science
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1994 M.S., Michigan State University ‐ Computer Science
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1992 B.S., Bowling Green State University ‐ Mathematics
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1992 B.S., Bowling Green State University ‐ Computer Science
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Contact Information

Russ Engineering Center 331
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy
Dayton, OH 45435-0001
(937) 775-5105

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