Assistant Professor of Computer Science
We learn best by doing, so I give my students as many hands-on exercises as possible. Just as we want our students to learn to pick up new technologies and programming languages, I am always finding or new tools to help directly engage students with the material. The best part about being a computer science professor is having the ability to create my own teaching tools to maximize the utility of classroom time.
building is Weinstein Computer Science Center
- room is 115
Since earning his Ph.D. at Boston University in 2009, Kyle taught at Wittenberg University, Colby College, and Plymouth State University before arriving at Florida Southern. He is a theoretical computer scientist who studies combinatorial game theory. When not at work, he's usually trying to convince his kids to play board games with him.
Kyle enjoys board games, watching sports, and tinkering with personal programming projects.
Ph.D., Computer Science, Boston Univeristy, 2009
B.A., Computer Science and Mathematics, Colby College, 2003
My publication list can be found here: http://kyleburke.info/?main=research