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Academic Computing

The mission of the Office of Academic Computing is to improve medical and graduate education through the prudent use of technology. This unit supplies core technology and services, including curriculum support to faculty and students, and operation of student computing facilities and classroom equipment.

Services Provided:

  • Wireless Support Service
  • Connecting Services
  • Faculty Services
  • Software Services
  • Purchasing a Computer
  • Student Services

Contact Information:

Harry Goldberg, Ph.D.

Assistant Dean and Director of Academic Computing Faculty
Biomedical Engineering

Location: 310 MEB - Armstrong Medical Education Building

Phone: 410-955-2359
Fax: 443-287-5089