His retirement celebration will be held on Friday, April 28th at 2:30 in PKI 279. All are welcome to attend.
Haworth’s career as an educator spans nearly 40 years, including time spent in Korea and at Texas Tech University. Earning his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from Texas Tech University in 1990, Haworth joined the Information Systems & Quantitative Analysis (ISQA) faculty in 1990, six years before IS&T was formally approved as a college.
“Dwight’s dedication to IS&T and his students will be missed,” Hesham Ali, dean of the College of Information Science and Technology, said. “We’ve had the privlege of having him for 27 years as a faculty member and researcher. As part of the original faculty which launched IS&T, including an important part in developing the Cybersecurity program, Haworth’s institutional knowledge and student-driven focus in his teaching is unparalleled.”
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