Stamos Karamouzis
"In pursuit of dreams we experience the fullness of wings"
Photo: April 2006

Professor Karamouzis is the dean of the School of Computer & Information Sciences at Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Prior to joining Regis he occupied the Anita & Truman Arnold Chair in Computer & Information Sciences (CIS) and headed the CIS Department at Texas A&M University - Texarkana. Overall, he has 30 years in the education field that includes faculty and administrative appointments at Hampton University, College of William & Mary, Tulane University, University of Macedonia in Greece, Loyola University New Orleans, and Texas A&M University - Texarkana. Prior to making a career in academia he conducted basic and applied research at NASA's Langley Research Center where he also served as a Resident Research Associate of the National Research Council. Dr. Karamouzis is published in the areas of artificial intelligence, educational technologies, and the impact of technological innovation on society. He holds a doctorate in Computer Science from the College of William & Mary and he is a graduate of the Institute for Management and Leadership in Education at Harvard University.

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