William G. Kennedy  

Ph.D., Captain, USN (Ret.)  

  

Teaching

Until the fall of 2018, I was "research" faculty and therefore not expected to teach. However, I taught graduate students in Computational Social Science and Psychology. Starting in the fall of 2018, I became teaching faculty and teach both undergraduate and graduate courses for the Department of Computational and Data Sciences in the College of Science.

  • Fall 2019: Principles of Knowledge Mining (CSI-777)
  • Fall 2019: Computing for Scientists (CDS-130)
  • Spring 2019: Computational Cognitive Modeling (PSYC-768/CSS-635)
  • Spring 2019: Introduction to Computational Data Science (CDS-130)
  • Fall 2018: Principles of Knowledge Mining (CSI-777)
  • Fall 2018: Computing for Scientists (CDS-130)
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  • Spring 2018: Computational Cognitive Modeling (PSYC-768/CSS-635)
  • Spring 2018: Introduction to Computational Data Science (CDS-130)
  • Fall 2017: Principles of Knowledge Mining (CSI-777)
  • Spring 2017: Computational Cognitive Modeling (PSYC-768/CSS-635)
  • Spring 2016: Cognitive Foundations of Computational Social Science (CSS-635/PSYC-768)
  • Spring 2015: Cognitive Foundations of Computational Social Science (CSS-635/PSYC-768)
  • Spring 2014: Cognitive Foundations of Computational Social Science (CSS-635/PSYC-768)
  • Spring 2013: Computational Cognitive Modeling (PSYC-768/CSS-635)
  • Spring 2012: Cognitive Foundations of Computational Social Science (CSS-635/PSYC-768)
  • Spring 2011: Cognitive Foundations of Computational Social Science (CSS-635/PSYC-768)
  • Spring 2010: Cognitive Foundations of Computational Social Science (CSS-635/PSYC-768)
  • Spring 2009: Computational Cognitive Modeling (PSYC-768/CSS-635)