Frances Grodzinsky, Ph.D.

Frances Grodzinsky, Ph.D.

Professor and Co-Director of Hersher Inst. of Applied Ethics

Dr. Grodzinky's teaching focus includes Computer Ethics, Software Engineering, Systems Analysis and Design, Networking, and Human Computer Interaction. Her  research focuses on issues related to society and technology. She has presented internationally on topics such as autonomous agency, open source, privacy, intellectual property and the responsibility of software developers.  Dr. Grodzinsky joined the Sacred Heart University faculty in 1985.

Degrees and Certifications

    • Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1980
    • MCIS, University of New Haven, 1986
    • MA, University of Illinois, 1969
    • AB, University of Rochester, 1967

Teaching Responsibilities

    I have taught the following courses at Sacred Heart University:

    • Introduction to Data Processing
    • COBOL
    • Introduction to Computer Science
    • Advanced COBOL
    • Microcomputer Software
    • Systems Analysis & Design
    • Data Base Design
    • Computer Systems
    • Software Engineering
    • Computer Ethics
    • Advanced Programming Languages (C)
    • Human Computer Interaction
    • Structure of Programming Languages/Compilers (Forth, C++ and Scheme)
    • Data Communication and Systems Networking
    • Senior Project Course

Publications and Presentations

Frances Grodzinsky

Contact Information

Office Location & Hours

  • Location:
    Computer Science And Information Technology
    Academic Bldg HC109G
    College of Arts and Sciences
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