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Dr. Antonia Boadi
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
M.Sc. in Computer Engineering, University of Southern California
M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
BS in Computer Science/Math (double major), California State University Dominguez Hills
Office: NSM-E113/LIB B-518
Spring 2012 Office Hours
...and/or by appointment.
Spring 2012 Courses
- Multimedia Networking
- Wireless Communications
- Simulation and Modeling
- Computing with Words (CWW)
Summary of External Grants
Dr. Boadi oversees the operation of a constellation of programs that provide opportunities to CSUDH students.
* Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence (CSU-ACE): This initiative is sponsored by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) in response to U.S. national security imperatives. The program is being administered as a component of the STARTUP initiatives to provide the ODNI with a more diverse applicant pool. The synergistic goals of CSU-ACE and STARTUP are achieved through the development and coordination of the curricula and research collaborations. In addition, CSU-ACE funding directly supports the operations of The Mind Center. This collaboration provides CSUDH students with access to the vast academic resources and internship opportunities offered by the 16 member agencies of the Intelligence Community. Refer to http://www.csu-ace.org/pages/schoolpages/domhills.html for additional information
* TAPESTRY, Towards an Academic Program to Enhance Student Success in Technical and Research Opportunity, aims to increase the number of students that successfully enter technical professions. TAPESTRY implements both programmatic and curricular innovations that remove barriers to student success; these innovations lay the groundwork for a research infrastructure.
* STARTUP, Science Technology and Research Training Program, is a follow-on program that builds upon the success of the TAPESTRY initiative. STARTUP develops TAPESTRY’s hands-on networking courses into an innovative baccalaureate program. STARTUP provides curricular pathways for high school and community college students to enter STEM professions. The program provides high school students with practical hands-on curriculum experiences in science, mathematics, and technology. High school students are allowed to enroll in university courses at a nominal fee and receive dual high school and university credit.
* WINGS: Wireless Networking and Simulation Laboratory provides students with classroom and research experience in the modeling and simulation of satellite, fixed and mobile wireless networks.
* CHANGE: The CHANGE (Computer Hardware and Networking Education) Initiative provides students with network and PC-related skills that lead to various Information Technology certifications.
* PROWESS: Partnership of Women Excelling as Scientists and Scholars, is designed to increase the participation of girls and women in mathematics and science. Through a robust network of inter-mural alliances, PROWESS provides academic support and motivational workshops to high school, community college and university women. Through seminars and a variety of hands-on research experiences, students are able to confront and overcome various forms of science phobia.
* JUMPSTART, the Joint Undergraduate Millennium Pipeline for Science, Technology and Academic Research Training, is an initiative that supports the development of the Millennium High School, a STEM-centric charter school whose curriculum is based on the TAPESTRY pedagogy.