Prof. Dennis Anderson
Dennis Anderson is Professor of Information Systems at Pace University. He has served as Associate Dean from 1999 to 2007. He also served as Director of the University's Center for Advanced Media.

Anderson received his Ph.D. and M.Phil. from Columbia University. He also received an Ed.M. in Instructional Technology and Media from Teachers College, Columbia University. In addition, Anderson holds an M.S. in Computer Science from New York University's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and his B.A. in Computer Science from Fordham University.
He also completed an executive-education program in E-Commerce at Columbia University's School of Business and a professional program in multimedia at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is an alumnus of Harvard University's Institute for Management and Leadership in Education Program '05. Anderson is an information technologist who believes in the advancement of society through the application of Information and Communication Technologies.

Anderson has presented at numerous international conferences in the areas of computer science, information systems, and distance and mathematics education. His research interests lie in the history of computing and information technology, information policy, global digital divide, human-computer interaction, multimedia, programing languages, operating systems, artificial intelligence, computer science, mathematics and distance education, new-media technologies and e-commerce. He has received numerous grants including National Science Foundation grants [NSF-Pace CSEMS, Internet 2/REU & U.S. Department of Energy FAST, Formal Methods Education]. He has served as a reviewer/referee for numerous grants, fellowships, and publications (ACM Computing Reviews). Anderson has been named to the roster of the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board's Fulbright Senior Specialist program as an expert in information technology. He has served as a member of several advisory boards of organizations and conference boards including
Billion Minds Foundation (BMF), Senior Adviser
International Commission on Workforce Development
NYC Department of Education, Advisory Council for Career & Technical Education
Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology, International Advisory Council
mouse, Adviser
International ICT Student Design Competition - E-Government 2007, Vice Chairman
UN Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development, High-level Adviser
Microsoft Faculty Advisory Board, Imagine Cup Advisory Committee
World Summit Awards 2007 Grand Jury
ACM Computers in Entertainment, Editorial Board
Society for Information Management New York Metro
SIM SIG on Education/ Nonprofits, Chair
Editorial Review Board of the Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia
CIO Executive Programs, CXO Media Inc.
Fulbright Peer Review Committee
Computerworld Strategic Programs, IDG
NYC Department of Education’s Academy of IT
ISACA Education Board
PC EXPO/TECHXNY 2002 Conference
Columbia University-Teachers College Alumni Council
MIS2002 Conference
AMCIS 2004, Program Guide Chairman
International Conference on E-Banking and Global Marketplace 2003, Conference Chairman
Pace University Research Advisory Council
Pace University Honors College Advisory Board
He has served as a judge for the New York City Science and Engineering Fair, the 2005 Imagine Cup in Japan, the Computerworld Honors Program, the Fulbright Senior Specialist Program Review Committee, and the Advanced Media Technology Emmy Awards and a reviewer for the New York State Education Department's Institutional Accreditation. He has made a number of presentations to companies including Microsoft and IBM. He also belongs to professional organizations including the Association for Computing Machinery, IEEE-Computer Society, Association for Information Systems, New York Academy of Sciences, New York New Media Association, Society for Information Management, American Society for Engineering Education and Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

In 2004, he was appointed as a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society, in Graz, Austria. Recently, he was also a Visiting Professor at the Université de Mons-Hainaut’s Waroque Business School, Belgium, where he gave lectures on e-commerce and emerging technologies. He is a Fellow of the following organizations:
Helene Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship, 2006
The World Innovation Foundation, 2006
Socio-Enabling Computing – Using ICT as a tool to address and find viable solutions to societal challenges at the local level
NYC2012 - Nations of New York Web Site Development Project (2004)
World Trade Center Memorial Foundation Web Site Development Project (2004)
Hispanic Education Summit Web Site Development Project (2005)
U.N. Language and Communication Program Web Site Development Project (2005-2006)