Bogdan Dit, Ph.D.


Courses at Boise State University

Spring 2017:
Instructor: CS 471 Software Engineering (Undergraduate)
Co-Instructor: CS 481 Senior Design Project (Undergraduate)

Fall 2016:
Instructor: CS 497 Agile Development for Large Open Source Software Systems (Undergraduate)
Co-Instructor: CS 481 Senior Design Project (Undergraduate)

Spring 2016:
Instructor: CS 361 Introduction to the Theory of Computation (Undergraduate)

Fall 2015:
Instructor: CS 597 Software Maintenance and Evolution (Graduate)

Summer 2015:
Instructor: CS 361 Introduction to the Theory of Computation (Undergraduate)

Spring 2015:
Instructor: CS 221 Computer Science II (Undergraduate; Two sections)

Fall 2014:
Instructor: CS 321 Data Structures (Undergraduate)

Courses at The College of William and Mary

Winter 2011:
Teaching Assistant: CS 435/535 Software Engineering (taught by Denys Poshyvanyk)
Lab Instructor: CS 141 Computational Problem Solving (taught by Debbie Noonan)

Fall 2010:
Teaching Assistant: CS 723 Advanced Analysis of Algorithms (taught by Weizhen Mao)
Teaching Assistant: CS 635 Advanced Software Engineering (taught by Denys Poshyvanyk)

Winter 2010:
Teaching Assistant: CS 435 Software Engineering (taught by Denys Poshyvanyk)

Fall 2009:
Lab Instructor and Teaching Assistant: CS 141 Introduction to Computer Science using Java (taught by Debbie Noonan)

Courses at Wayne State University

Winter 2009:
Instructor: CSC 2000 Introduction to C++ Programming Language (Undergraduate, 36 students)

Fall 2008:
Instructor: CSC 2000 Introduction to C++ Programming Language (Undergraduate, 35 students)

Spring/Summer 2008:
Instructor: CSC 2000 Introduction to C++ Programming Language (Undergraduate, 22 students)

Summer 2008:
Tutor: for undergraduate students

Winter 2008, Fall 2007
Teaching Assistant: CSC 8990 Graduate Seminar (taught by Farshad Fotouhi)

Winter 2007, Fall 2006
Teaching Assistant: served as Network Administrator


Last Update: September 5, 2016