Alex Pezewski is an assistant professor in the Computer Science department. He received his B.A. from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he majored in Management Information Sciences. He received his M.S. in Computer Science from Marquette University with a focus on Mobile Technologies and software development. Alex has over 25 years of professional experience in the Information Technology industry. He has held positions such as software developer, software architect, project manager, development team manager, IT director and consultant. He teaches numerous Computer Science courses at Stritch, including Structured Programming, Object-Oriented Programming, Cyber Security, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, Computer Modeling and CAD, Introduction to Data Mining, and many other IT courses. Special areas of interest include artificial intelligence, cyber security, software development, and mobile technologies
- B.B.A, Univ of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- M.S., Marquette University
Publications & Presentations
“Towards Framework Selection Criteria and Suitability for an Application Framework”, IEEE International Conference on Information Technology: Coding and Computing, April 2004
""Cardinal Stritch University is a hidden gem in the Milwaukee area. Originally founded by the Sisters of St.Francis of Assisi as an institution of higher education to send teachers into under-served populations, it has grown to be an education leader in the fields of Business, Sciences, and Nursing. The legacy that the Sisters have left at the University and in the community is remarkable. I am proud to be a part of that legacy and I do my best to instill the values and mission of the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi in every course I teach.”"
- Alex J. Pezewski