Information Sciences and Technology
College of Engineering and Computing
Building: Prince William: Katherine G. Johnson Hall
Mail Stop: 4F5
Pathways for personalized learning.
Irene E. Bruno is an associate professor of Applied Information Technology in the Information Science and Technology department. Her research includes quality in higher education, pathways for articulation, and distance education. Bruno’s involvement in the innovation of these fields has added momentum to Mason’s options for distance learners, non-traditional students, and transfers. Bruno’s activity supports Mason’s commitment to the application of new and emerging learning technologies in order to make higher education accessible and instructionally effective, leading to improved student and community outcomes.
2007 - 2013 : Advancing the Successful IT Student Through Enhanced Computational Thinking. Funded by University of Massachusetts Boston.
2007 - 2009 : CPATH CB: A Community Addressing Seamless Information Technology Education for Students. Funded by University of Massachusetts Boston.
2007 - 2008 : UMB NSF CSITES. Funded by University of Massachusetts Boston.
- PhD, Organizational Management, Capella University
- MEd, Mathematics, Penn State University
- BS, Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh