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Elizabeth Drake

Information Technology Education:
      Programming & Analysis

Office: N-211
 Phone: 381-3829 (ext. 3829 on campus)

  • Master's degree: M.Ed. Educational Technology
  • Master's degree: Anthropology (A.B.D.)
  • Master's degree: M.Ed. Counseling
  • Graduate coursework: Statistics, Math, Physics, Higher Education Leadership
  • B.S.E.E., Electrical Engineering
  • B.S., Physics
  • B.A., Sociology
  • A.S., Computer Information Technology
I have worked full time as a professor in the ITE and Math Departments at SFC since 1999. Before that, I was an adjunct professor and lecturer in Math, Computer Science, Physics, and Anthropology at SFC, UF, Three Rivers Community College in Connecticut, the University of Hartford, and the University of Connecticut.
Educational Philosophy
My father's favorite adage was, "Nothing you ever learn is lost." I have found that to be true throughout my life and hope that all my students will find it true as well. Every new thing learned adds to the understanding of the world we all live in.

Office Hours, Spring 2019:

Mon: by appointment
Tue: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Wed: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Thu: by appointment
Fri: 11:00am - 2:00pm
 (N-211 or online)

Note: Scheduled office hours may be held online. If I am not in the office, email me. If you are in one of my classes, you must contact me through Canvas.

Appointments should be arranged at least 2 days in advance.

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