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Christopher P Bettinger

Chris Bettinger, Associate Professor of Sociology, has been at San Francisco State since 1996. His work focuses on racial conflict in the United States and civil society in the Pacific Rim. His latest projects focus on immigrant health in California and the use of statistics in the construction of racial knowledge. He is currently completing a book manuscript, tentatively entitled The Color of Numbers.

Experience

San Francisco State University, San Francisco CA (2000 to present)

  • Professor of Information Systems
  • Research and teaching - Computer networks, next generation Internet technologies and event-driven infrastructures for Content Delivery Networks (CDN).
  • Research and development of service-oriented (QoS and ToS) networks. Implementation via campus-based wireless LANs

Education

  • Ph.D. in Business Administration, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, USA, August, 2000.
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Civil Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, July 1992.

Teaching Philosophy

Teaching philosophy

I have attempted to capture the essence of my teaching philosophy in the following sections. Overall, I find that my students enjoy my teaching.

 

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