Susan Imberman, a professor of Computer Science at the college, has taught here since 1986. She is known for her infusion of low platform intelligent robots into the computer science curriculum. Students are introduced to robots from their very first computer science course. In Professor Imberman's Artificial Intelligence course, students build robots with the intelligence to learn. Her enthusiastic teaching style and rapport with students has encouraged many of them to participate in the college's robot soccer team. Professor Imberman is also advisor to the Computer Science Club. She has involved the club in service projects such as maintaining a student server and tutoring, along with many extracurricular educational experiences including robot soccer, and trips to the Trenton Computer fair. Professor Imberman is an expert in the field of data mining. Her course in this area is well attended at the CUNY graduate center. Professor Imberman's students gain much from her high energy teaching style and her expertise in the fields of robotics, artificial intelligence, and data mining.
BA, Queens College
MS, College of Staten Island
M.Phil, Graduate Center of the City University of NY
Ph.D., Graduate Center of the City University of NY