information technology has become an
essential part of the business world.
Applications, applies his technology skills
and business acumen to teach students
how to succeed in business by embracing
developer of cross-disciplinary instruction,
Femia began teaching in the midst of a
successful business career, which included
finance positions at Putnam Investments
and Rockwell International.
on the way home from work and asked if he
could teach a computer course.
said Femia, who earned a BS at Villanova
University and an MBA from Pepperdine
University. "When I began teaching,
business computing was really starting to
`Computer Applications' course, and go on
to my `real job' at an insurance company.
Then I realized I didn't care all that much
about insurance, but I really enjoyed
1999. A few years later, when an economics
instructor left mid-semester, he stepped
in to teach the course. Femia now divides
his teaching time between two academic
departments: Information Technology and
Applications," which covers the entire
Microsoft Office suite: Word, Excel and
PowerPoint, etc. His Business courses
include "Introduction to Business"