Joan E. DeBello

Associate Professor
Dr. DeBello is currently an Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science and Assistant Chair for the Division of Computer Science, Mathematics and Science for the College of Professional Studies. She has received her Doctorate from Columbia University. While at St. John’s University, she has taught various mathematics courses including College Algebra, Statistics and Calculus and various programming courses in Java and C++. She also coordinates the Academic Internships for the division. She is also active in grant writing and is currently a CTL fellow. Her various research areas include increasing the number of women and minorities in computer science and mathematics, Internet of Things, Mathematics in Sports, computational mathematics and game and gui programming.

Teaching Interests

Java programming Data Structures Calculus Statistics Algebra Discrete Mathematics

Research Interests

Women and Minorities in Computer Science and Mathematics, Mathematics in Sports, Ethics in Computer Science, Service Learning in Computer Science courses Internet of Things Technology to Improve Classroom Management Teaching various audiences

Courses Taught

CUS
1113
COMPUTER PROGRAMM FUNDAMENTALS
CUS
1114
STRUCTURED PROG TECH
CUS
1115
COMPUTER PROG FUND I
CUS
1116
COMPUTER PROG FUND II
CUS
1124
INTRO TO DATA STRUCTURES
CUS
1126
INTRO TO DATA STRUCTURES
CUS
1144
OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
CUS
1155
JAVA PROG & WWW
CUS
1192
COMPUTER SCIENCE INTERNSHIP
FSPG
001
FACULTY SEMINAR PROGRAM
FSPG
1
FACULTY SEMINAR PROGRAM
MTH
1003
INTRO TO COLLEGE MATH I
MTH
1004
INTRO TO COLLEGE MATH II
MTH
1008
MATRIX METHODS
MTH
1009
CALCULUS I
MTH
1011
CALCULUS III
MTH
1013
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS I