Dr. Cohen joined Nova Southeastern University full time in
February of 1996. Courses taught include Human-Computer Interaction,
Multimedia Systems, The Internet, and Data Base Systems. Previously,
she was an adjunct professor while working full time at IBM
Boca Raton in the User Centered Design department. Her responsibilites
included usability testing and design for mobile products,
including speech, pen and personal digital assistants. Before
moving to Florida, she worked at IBM in Endicott, New York
in the Human Factors department. Before joining IBM, she worked
in the Computer Science department at the Watson School of
Engineering and Applied Science at the State University of
New York (SUNY) at Binghamton. She developed and taught the
courses in the Human Computer Interaction part of the curriculum
as well as teaching courses in Data Base, Computer Architecture,
and Programming. She also supervised the Laboratory in Multimedia,
funded by a grant from NSF.
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- Ph.D. in Advanced Technology (specialization Systems Science)
from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton.
- M.S. in Advanced Technology (specialization Computer Science) from
- B.A. Math University of Vermont.