Greg Shaw Portrait

Greg Shaw

Senior Instructor

Biography

A graduate of the FIU School of Computer Science, Greg has served as an Adjunct Professor, Visiting Instructor, Instructor, and now Senior Instructor.   In his 28 years at FIU, Greg has taught introductory and intermediate level programming courses to well over 8000 students in seven different programming languages utilizing a wide variety of programming paradigms: including Procedural Programming (Fortran and Basic), Visual/Interactive Programming (Visual Basic), Structured Programming (Pacal), Abstract Data Type Programming (ADA), and Object-Oriented Programming (C++ and Java).  In addition, Greg has taught several CGS courses covering microcomputer applications such as Word, Powerpoint, Excel, and Access.

Honors and Awards

2003 Excellence in Teaching – FIU Foundation


Research and Educational Interests

  • Introductory and Intermediate Level Programming Courses
  • CGS courses

Background Education

1992 M.S., Barry University