Russell Mosemann

Russell Mosemann

Professor of Computing Sciences

Computing Services
Mathematics & Computer Science Department

Office: Science 214B
Office phone: 402-643-7445
Email: Russell.Mosemann@cune.edu

Profile

Aside from a two-year professional experience, Dr. Russell Mosemann has been an active member of the Concordia University faculty since 1984, teaching a variety of beginning and advanced courses in the Computer Science Department. Special research and teaching interests include the process of computer programming, programming languages and computer networks.

In addition to academic responsibilities, Mosemann holds an appointment in administrative computing for which he performs system and network administration to support Concordia University's day-to-day computing operation. He was instrumental in the design of and continues to support major computing projects, such as the Seward county email/web project, connection of Seward Public Schools to the Internet and library automation over the Internet for Concordia and regional peer institutions.

Education

Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
M.S., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
B.A., Concordia College, Seward, Neb.
B.S.Ed., L.T.D., Concordia College, Seward, Neb.

Courses taught

Programming and Applications, Computer Programming I, File Processing, Data Structures and Algorithms, Computer Networks

Other

Mosemann holds professional memberships in IEEE Computer Society and the Association for Computing Machinery. He attended the First INSERC Conference on Software Ergonomics, Limerick, Ireland, as a member of the Scientific Committee (October 2001).

His research includes "Navigation and Comprehension of Programs by Novice Programmers," a presentation at the Ninth International Workshop on Program Comprehension, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, (May 2001) and "Navigation and Comprehension of Procedural Language Programs," a presentation made at the First Empirical Studies of Programmers Graduate Student Workshop, Arlington, Va., (October 1997).

Mosemann is active in the community through consulting work and he serves on the board of directors for Connect Seward, Inc. He also holds Nebraska secondary and elementary school teaching certificates.