Information Technology - Network Infrastructure
St. Lawrence University
Eric joined St. Lawrence University’s (SLU) Information Technology Developer's group as an Application Developer in December of 2016. His current responsibilities include supporting and maintaining SLU's administrative applications through coding, testing, and maintaining computer programs, along with providing on-going support for enterprise administrative systems. Eric originally joined SLU in September of 2014 as a Research Analyst and Programmer in the Office of Institutional Research (IR). There, his responsibilities included providing technical, organizational, and statistical support for a broad range of data analysis and assessment needs, as well as maintain the IR data warehouse. He also had primary responsibility for the Office's data reporting and web development. Prior to joining SLU, Eric worked in the world of experimental nuclear physics. He holds a B.S. degree in Chemistry from Rochester Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in Nuclear Chemistry from the University of Maryland, College Park. Eric conducted his dissertation research into the asymmetry of emitted particles from high energy nuclear collisions at Brookhaven National Laboratory as a member of the PHENIX Experiment. After graduating, Eric joined Indiana University, Bloomington, as a postdoctoral researcher, where he worked on the development of a novel radiation detector.