Angelo F. Corridori, Director of Large Systems Education
School of Computer Science and Mathematics, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York
Mr. Corridori is the Director of Enterprise Systems Education and a Marist College Department of Computing Technology faculty member. Mr. Corridori is responsible for managing the Enterprise Systems curriculum which includes an on line component designed to educate working professionals as well as an undergraduate component which helps prepare Marist College students for entry level Enterprise Computing positions.
Mr. Corridori is responsible for all aspects of the Enterprise Computing curriculum including technical content, administration, and teaching several classes. Mr. Corridori works closely with industry representatives and an advisory board as well as the IBM Academic Initiative to ensure the curriculum content and skills taught meet the needs of industry. He manages and recruits the faculty that teach classes as well as administering all aspects of the program.
Prior to joining Marist College, he held technical, staff and management positions in the IBM Poughkeepsie hardware and software product development laboratory. His last position there was Technology Development Team Leader for the System z clustering (Parallel Sysplex) and disaster recovery (GDPS) technologies. Prior to joining IBM, Mr. Corridori performed aircraft and engine analysis at Pratt and Whitney Aircraft.
Mr. Corridori has extensive experience teaching computer related subjects in industry, colleges, and vocational schools. He is a principal investigator on several National Science Foundation grants and a recipient of several IBM faculty awards.
Mr. Corridori holds a B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering and an M.S. in Computer Science, both from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.