Katherine H. Winters, M.S

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Lecturer and Coordinator of Computer Literacy


PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Computer Science B.S., 1981
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Engineering Management M.S., 1998
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Computer Science M.S., expected 2007

APPOINTMENTS

2004(Fall) - Present Lecturer The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Engineering and Computer Science
1999 (Fall) - 2004(Summer) Instructor The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Engineering and Computer Science
1999 (Spring) Adjunct Instructor The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Engineering and Computer Science
1998 (Fall) - 1999(Spring) Adjunct Professor Chattanooga State Technical Community College The Department of Business and Information Systems
1977 - 1997 Engineering Processes Specialist and Computer Science Positions Tennessee Valley Authority

PUBLICATIONS

Joseph Kizza, Li Yang, Andy Novobilski and Kathy Winters, TMAS A Capstone Project, Proceedings of Frontiers in Education, Worldcomp’06, June 26-29, 2006.

Wigal, Cecelia M., Neslihan Alp, Claire McCullough, Stephanie Smullen, and Kathy Winters, ACES: Introducing Girls to and Building Interest in Engineering and Computer Science Careers, Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference, November 6-9, 2002, IEEE.

Wigal, Cecelia M., Neslihan Alp, Claire McCullough, Stephanie Smullen, and Kathy Winters, “ACES: Introducing Girls to and Building Interest in Engineering and Computer Science Careers,” Abstract submitted for the Frontiers in Education Conference, November 6-9, 2002.

Winters, Katherine H., Laboratory Manual for Computer Literacy, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, (years 1999- 2001)

Kazemersky, Phil and Kathy Winters, “Sustainable Development Projects - A Working Laboratory for Engineering Students

Kazemersky, Phil and Kathy Winters, “Smart Park - Developing A Sustainable Community”

Kazemersky, Phil and Kathy Winters, “Chattanooga Smart Park - Education of Graduate Students Through the Use of Real World Projects”