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Nicholas Ourusoff, American science educator. Fubright Scholar, C.I.E.S., Petrozavodsk State University, 2005-2006. Volunteer Move On, Claremont, New Hampshire, since 2008, Concord, New London; Member of Association Computing Machinery.

Background

Ourusoff, Nicholas was born on March 25, 1938 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Leonide Sergeivich Ourusoff and Katherine Carlisle.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy cum laude, Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1959. Master of Science in Computer Science, University Colorado, Boulder, 1973. IMAS in Computer Science & Psychology, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, 1997.

Career

Programmer, analyst Computer Usage Company, Washington, 1962—1971, World Health Organization, Geneva, 1975—1979. Census data processing advisor United Nations, Dakar, Senegal, 1980—1980, Lisbon, Portugal, 1981—1982, data processing advisor, National Statistical Office Malawi Zomba, Malawi, 1982—1983. Associate professor computer science Lander College, Greenwood, South Carolina, 1984.

Instructor computer information system Northern Arizona University, College Business Administration, Flagstaff, 1988—1991. Assistant professor computer information system University Maine, Augusta, 1997—2003. Instructor computer science and information technical Leech Lake Tribal College, Cass Lake, Minnesota, 2006—2007.

Information systems consultant, Boulder, 1974—1975. Visiting lecturer Petrozavodsk State University, Russia, 1991—1992. Visiting lecturer computer information science Western State College Colorado, Gunnison, 2004—2005.

Membership

Volunteer Move On, Claremont, New Hampshire, since 2008, Concord, New London. Member of Association Computing Machinery.

Connections

father:
Leonide Sergeivich Ourusoff

mother:
Katherine Carlisle