Associate Dean's Biographical Sketch
Dr. Bill Bultman
Dr. Bultman received his Bachelor of Science in 1985 from Marquette University in his hometown of Milwaukee, settling on computer science only after bouncing between majors in physics, mathematics, and secondary education. He continued his graduate studies in mathematics and computer science at the University of Illinois at Chicago, receiving his Ph.D. in 1991.
Though his graduate work concentrated on theoretical aspects of computer science such as Computer Learning Theory, his professional interests have evolved to the more practical (and less stimulating) side of the discipline. In addition to his professional interest in the pedagogy of computer science teaching, he got hooked on Web site development in the early days of the World Wide Web and has dabbled to varying degrees ever since.
Immediately after completing his doctorate he began teaching computer science at UW-Fox Valley and has taught there ever since. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 1997 and Professor in 2009. He served as chair of the statewide UW Colleges Department of Computer Science, Engineering, Physics and Astronomy (CSEPA) from 2000-2002 and again from 2007-2010. He became Associate Dean at UW-Fox Valley in 2010.
For additional information, visit his faculty profile at http://www.uwfox.uwc.edu/academics/depts/foxteach/bill.bultman.html