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David Wills
Mr. Wills earned his B.S. in computer science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his M.S. in computer science from New Mexico State University at Las Cruces, New Mexico. He has taken additional graduate work in computer science at the University of Minnesota. He has taught at New Mexico State and the University of Minnesota, and during academic year 1990-91 in UMUC's European Division, at sites in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. Mr. Wills has professional experience in the computer field with a number of organizations including the National Security Agency; Dynalectron Corporation, at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico; the department of physics at New Mexico State University; the New Mexico Solar Energy Institute; and the IBM and Honeywell corporations. He has taught in Korea and Okinawa, and in the UMUC online learning program, since joining the Asian Division faculty in 1996.

Andrew Won
Mr. Won holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from George Washington University, and a M.S. in electrical engineering and a M.S. in applied mathematics, both from Johns Hopkins University. A certified electronics engineer, he was employed by Westinghouse Electric Corporation in Baltimore, Maryland for seven years. He has extensive experience in developing networking solutions for a Westinghouse LAN; engineering, testing, and troubleshooting radar communications systems (RF and microwave); and designing digital circuits. Mr. Won also designed and assembled PC boards for electronic guidance systems, and modified and implemented software testing packages for the US government. Mr. Won joined the UMUC Asia faculty in 1994, teaching in Korea, Okinawa, and in the Online Learning Program, and in 2006, received the Drazek Teaching Excellence Award.