Math + Computer ScienceDominic Dabish is an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Lawrence Technological University. He joined the adjunct faculty at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science after earning his graduate and undergraduate degrees in Computer Science from Oakland University. During his graduate studies at Oakland University, Dabish served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, where he discovered his passion for educating students in computer science. Dabish participates in education conferences, such as at e-Cornucopia: Teaching with Technology Conference, where he presented on how to better engage students through the use of advanced technology. Looking to educate students both inside and outside of the classroom, he started Coding with Dom (www.codingwithdom.com), an online platform that provides a set of tools to educate students in computer science, all over the world. Dabish is interested in how software can be used to enhance learning and create engagement, and how technology-enhanced learning can be taken to the next level.
Outside of the classroom, Dabish is a software engineer and entrepreneur. Dabish has experience as a software engineer at the U.S. Department of Defense, PwC, as well as others. He is entrepreneurial-spirited, and has been a part of many ventures. He is a member of IEEE and ACM, as well as a Board Member of WCO - The World Computing Organization (www.worldcomputing.org), a professional organization for technology professionals and enthusiasts. You can learn more about Dominic Dabish at his personal website (www.dominicdabish.com).