Green Information and technology
Just as our students form a diverse, friendly group, so do our instructors and staff. Each is highly trained, focused on student success, and committed to educating, equipping and encouraging each and every student in the IT program.
Students first. Always.
Alan Carter manages the Bachelor of Applied Science - IT Network and Administration Security program. He has been teaching Microsoft, Novell, and custom courseware throughout the United States for the last 15 years, and now teaches full-time at Green River Community College. He has also installed and supported complex networks while working on staff for regional and national value added resellers. In addition, Alan has several published works, including Windows NT 4.0 MCSE Study Guide (IDG Books Worldwide, 1998) and Windows 2000 MCSE Study System (IDG Books Worldwide, 2000).
Alan's main areas of interest:
- Directory Services
- Server installation and configuration
- Installing and configuring server-based applications
When Alan is not teaching or working in his home office, he can be found hiking in the Cascade Mountains, fly fishing in Western Washington lakes and streams, cross-country skiing in Washington's gorgeous Methow Valley, or curled up in his favorite overstuffed chair with his cat in his lap, and reading a good science-fiction/fantasy novel.
Ken Hang teaches programming, scripting, mobile app development, database design, and Linux classes. Prior to joining Green River in 2012, Ken worked as a software engineer for more than a decade, developing aircrew training systems for the U.S. Navy and e-learning for the Foreign Service Institute at the U.S. Department of State. His latest work involved working with aviators and research psychologists to design and develop next-generation instructional systems.
Ken's primary areas of interest are:
- Agile methods of software development
- Software craftsmanship
- Information architecture
- Interaction design/human-computer interaction
- Cognitive systems engineering
- Computer science education/software engineering education
- Diversity in the technology industry/women in computing
When Ken is unplugged from his dual monitor setup and his laptop, he's out with his tripod and dog, hiking a trail, combing a beach, or paddling some whitewater. Ken is a proud supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project, the Women in Military Service for America Memorial, and the ASPCA.
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