Meet ITS Professor, Dr. Andy Snow!!

ITS is an educational experience that offers a wide variety of industry perspective to students in both its bachelor and masters programs. Most of this perspective is provided by the numerous expert faculty members teaching its courses, including Dr. Andrew Snow.

Dr. Snow is an extremely versatile and talented industry professional, who has experience in a variety of different roles, spanning several areas within IT and Telecommunications. These roles include (but are not limited to): US Army Signal Corps Officer, US Navy Microwave and Optimal Fiber Transmission Engineer, General Manager, Department Director, Vice President and President for a variety of consulting & systems integration firms.

Preceding his expansive industry experience, Snow received both his bachelor’s and master’s in Electrical & Electronics Engineering at Old Dominion University. Then, twenty years later, once he had discovered his passion for telecommunications, he went back to school at the University of Pittsburgh for his PhD in Information Science and Telecommunications.

After receiving his PhD, Snow brought his expansive industry and educational experience to the School of Info and Telecom Systems, at Ohio University. Here he teaches a number of graduate and undergraduate classes which include: Understanding Internet Technology, Lifecycle Management of Information and Telecom Systems, Research Methods, and Strategic Issues in Information and Telecom Systems Technology and Policy. When asked about his passion for teaching ITS he says, “I like the melding of telecommunication technology, policy and management that is in this program”.

In addition to teaching, Professor Snow likes to conduct outside research and lead a number of IT projects. The subject areas he is currently interested in include network survivability and IT & Telecommunications project management.

With all of this experience in IT and telecommunications, both in the industry and academia, it is clear that Snow has a lot of passion for the field. When asked why he thinks that ITS is important, he has this to say, “IT and Telecommunication networks are the glue that holds this new information economy together”.

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