Gary Monnard


Dr. Monnard has a background in both computer science and philosophy and teaches legal and ethical issues in philosophy to graduate and undergraduate students. His primary teaching focus is lower-level undergraduate computer science.

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Education and Training

  • PhD, University of Notre Dame, Philosophy
  • MS, Wright State University, Computer Science
  • MA, University of Notre Dame, Philosophy
  • BA, College of Emporia, Emporia, Kansas, Mathematics and English

Areas of Professional Interest

  • Legal and Ethical Issues in Computing
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Project Management
  • Introductory Computer Science

Professional Affiliations

ACM-SIGCSE (Special Interest Group, Computer Science Education)
Iowa Undergraduate Computer Science Consortium
IEEE Iowa -Illinois Section (past Section Chair)

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Courses Taught

CSCI 650 Project Management
CSCI 435/640 Legal & Ethical Issues in Computing
CSCI 300 Systems Analysis and Design
CSCI 270 Networks and Data Communications
CSCI 195 Object-Oriented Programming I
CSCI 140 Computer Systems
CSCI 120 Introduction to Computer Science


Gary Monnard

Computer Sciences
Ambrose Hall 422A
518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52803

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