Currently, Don is the chair of Worcester State University’s Department of English and his scholarly interests include: contemporary critical and narrative theory; information design and architecture; data structures and applied analytics, and post-1950s American fiction. Additionally, he regularly consults in the private sector on advanced information technology issues, with a specific focus on developing scalable data structures. He finds that his education in English and the humanities is an excellent complement to his interest in data technologies.
State University of New York, Oswege
University of New Hampshire
University of Rochester
English--Critical Theory and Composition