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   I was the Project Coordinator for NASA ALLSTAR Project at Florida International University in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. I worked with Dr. Cesar Levy and Dr. M. A. Ebadian on the project to enhance the aeronautical education in South Florida through stand-alone computers (kiosk) in middle-to-high schools throughout Miami-Dade County and the world via the Internet. As the project coordinator, I had an opportunity to utilize my knowledge in aeronautics and management and my extensive experience with computers and the Internet.

   I have a PhD and a Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Florida International University with a concentration in Management Information Systems (MIS).  I hold a Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology). I am currently a faculty member in the MIS Department at Nova Southeastern University.

You can visit my Home Page , or Email me: levyy@nsu.nova.edu

 

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