Neelima Bhatnagar, Assistant Professor, has been teaching at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown since 1997 in the area of information systems.
She has developed and taught the following courses: introduction to business information systems, database management, systems analysis and design, programming languages I, telecommunications and networks, and data warehousing & data mining. Prior to joining Pitt-Johnstown, Ms. Bhatnagar taught for 6 years at Edison Community College in Piqua, Ohio.
Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Business Administration (with a concentration in Computer Systems) from the University of Toledo, a Master of Business Administration from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Science in Management Information Systems from Duquesne University. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Information Systems at the Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences at Nova Southeastern University.
Ms. Bhatnagar belongs to several professional organizations, including the Association for Information Technology Professionals (AITP), its Education Special Interest Group (EDSIG), and the International Association of Computer Information Systems (IACIS). Ms. Bhatnagar has made numerous presentations at conferences. Her presentations have been published in Issues for Information Systems and Information Systems Education Journal. Her research interests are varied.