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Steve Conway

Adjunct Professor
Department of Maritime Administration

“Fifty percent of all computer problems are power related.”
Get To Know Steve Conway

What in your life drew you to your current field of study?

I was drawn to Information Technology in 1982 because of my interest in entrepreneurship and change management. This was year the IBM PC came out, IT was obviously going to be the biggest agent of change during my career.

What do you hope your students gain from studying or working with you?

I want to help my students gain skills (technical and leadership) which in their future employment will give them a competitive advantage within over peers in their organization and give their organization an advantage over other organizations. I want to prepare them to succeed and excel.

What are you passionate about in your personal life?

Spoiling my grandsons, spending time on my ranch in Oklahoma.

M.S. Public and Private Management, Yale School Of Management, 1982
M.S. Marine Biology, University Of Bridgeport, 1980
B.S. Marine Science, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, 1975
Courses Taught

MARA 250: Management Information Services
MARA 489: Business Leadership
MARA 493: International Maritime Management Experience
MARA 658-700: Port Design
MARA 616-700: Management of Port Facilities

Contact Info

Steve Conway
Adjunct Professor
Department of Maritime Administration