Assistant Department Chairperson
Seidenberg School of CSIS
Information Technology West
Goldstein Academic Center Room 322
Tue 12:am-2:pm(by appointment)
Dr. Pauline Mosley embarked upon a teaching career in 1986, working as a top corporate trainer for Personal Computer Learning Centers of America, Inc. where she trained Fortune 500 executives and personnel in a myriad of software applications. She developed computer training manuals for Texaco, Pepsi, The Port Authority and McCraw-Hill and was influential in establishing PC and mainframe user-support help desks for Dannon, NYNEX, and Brooklyn Union Gas. In 2000, she joined Pace University as a Lecturer and ascended the ranks quickly securing tenure in 2006 as an Associate Professor and then promoted to Full Professor of Information Technology in the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems in Pleasantville in 2012. Dr. Mosley has received research funding from the National Science Foundation, National Security Association, Thinkfinity and conducted research projects with Morgan State University, Tennessee State University, Juxtopia, and the US Navy in systems engineering, design, virtual and augmented reality, advanced manufacturing, and minority engineering education. She has received several awards for teaching, research, mentoring and is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) and frequently serves on the program committee of national conferences in Information Technology. Journals in which her research has appeared include The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, International Journal of Across The Disciplines and The Academic Exchange Quarterly. Dr. Mosley is also a strong advocate for mentoring tenure-track and minority faculty throughout their academic careers. Hence, in 2015 she authored a book entitled: Navigating the Academy- A Guide for Women and Minority Faculty.
DPS, Pace University, School of Computer Science and Information Systems, White Plains, NY, US, 2002
MS, Pace University, School of Computer Science and Information Systems, New York, NY, US, 1992
BS, Mercy College, Honors Program, New York, NY, US, 1986
Mathematics, Computer Science (dual degrees)
Awards and Honors
Senator - Andrea Stewart-Cousins,
County Executive's Office - George Latimer, November 15, 2018 - Citation
Town of Greenburgh, November 14, 2018 - Certificate of Appreciation
Mayor of White Plains, November 11, 2018 - Citation
GOOD for Girls, November 9, 2018 - Breaking Glass Ceilings
Pace University, November 16, 2017 - Jefferson Award
Pace University, April 2017 - Kenan Faculty-Student Research Award
Westchester County, April 15, 2017 - Certificate of Merit from the County of Westchester
Pace University, January 2017 - Pace Sponsored Release Time Award
Pace University , January 2017 - Pace University Innovative Teaching Grant
Pace University, September 2016 - Sponsored Release Time Award
City of White Plains Youth Bureau, May 10, 2016 - STEM Recognition
Pace University, January 2016 - Sponsored Release Time Award
Pace University, January 2015 - Seidenberg Release Time
Pace University, January 2015 - Sponsored Research Release Time Award
Pace University - Kenan Committee, January 2014 - Kenan Faculty Research Award
Pace University, January 2014 - Scholarly Research Release Time Award
Pace University, May 2013 - Award for Sponsored Research and Scholarship
YWCA of White Plains, May 12, 2012 - Woman in Technology
Pace University, January 2006 - Presidential Grant Civic Competency Award
Greenburgh Central 7 School District, January 1, 2005 - The Distinguished Alumni Award
Who's Who Among America's Teachers, January 1, 2000 - Who's Who Among America's Teachers 2000
Personal Computing Learning Centers, January 1, 1990 - PCLC Award for Teaching Excellence
Mosley, P., Chen, L., Cotoranu, A. & Tucker, D. (2018, March). CYBER-ARCADE: An Innovative Approach To Teaching Cybersecurity.
Mosley, P. & Guckian, J. (2017, April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 12). The Vulnerability Assurance. , pages 17.
Mosley, P., Rivera, G. & Tantalos, M. (2017, April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 7). Deadly Distributed Denial of Service in Depth. Vol 32 (Issue 6) , pages 213.
Mosley, P. (2017, March 6). The Ph.D. Support Network. , pages 119.
Mosley, P., Ardito, G. & Scollins, L. (2016, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Cooperative Robotic Learning Promotes Student STEM Interest. Academic Journal. Vol 7 (Issue 2) http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1131333.pdf
Mosley, P. & Spencer, D.
(2016, September 16).
GenCyber, Hilton Logan Airport Hotel, Boston, MA.
Mosley, P. (2016, July 29). Camp Cyberbot. Camp Cyberbot Showcase 2016. GenCyber and NSA and NSF, Butcher Suite Pleasantivlle.
Mosley, P. (2016, April 28). Take Your Daughter To Work Day. Robots Are Fun!!. Pace University, Goldstein Academic Center - Pleasantiville.
Mosley, P. (2016, March 31). Ladies First in STEM Conference. The Importance of STEM. Westchester Community College, Mount Vernon Extension Center.
Dr. Mosley's research interests include utilizing robotics to teach problem-solving, computing, and cyber-security concepts, on land and in water, as a pedagogical tool. A strong believer in K12 STEM education, she has designed curricula to engage, inspire, and captivate students to learn STEM. She has explored gender methodologies and best design-thinking practices that motivate and facilitate STEM learning and self-efficacy in and out of the classroom and establishing STEM-bridges with afterschool programs. Dr. Mosley has worked with the White Plains GIRLS Academy and the White Plains YMCA GEMS Afterschool Program for the past six years in shaping and cultivating their STEM curriculum component. She has exposed these girls to LEGO Mindstorms, drones, and SeaPerch (water robotics). Recently, Dr. Mosley has launched an innovative STEM-4 Homework Help Afterschool Program which focuses on self-efficacy, study skills, stamina, and STEM-enrichment at the Slater Center located in White Plains. She has mentored several New Rochelle High School students who have desired to do a WISE Project in lieu of graduation and has worked closely with K-12 Westchester schools in helping their STEM faculty integrate innovative STEM curricula within their respective disciplines..
ARTISTIC AND PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCES AND EXHIBITS
The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
[Short Fiction - Book] Conference APPE 2016,, APPE, Reston, Virgnia, USA
Authors Pavillion and Artists
[Art - Exhibition, Group] 2015 The Harlem Fine Arts Show ,, Harlem Fine Arts Show, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA
Celebrating Artists and Authors
[Art - Exhibition, Group] The Harlem Fine Arts Show,, Harlem Fine Arts Show, Westchester Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, White Plains, New York, USA
Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts
CAE-C K-12 Pipeline Development Initiative: RING
Chen, L., Cotoranu, A. & Mosley, P. October 2020 - September 2022. Department of Defense (subcintract via University of Alabama - Huntsville ) , Federal , $112,202.00. Funded.
Camp Cryptobot: Summer Cybersecurity Workshop for High School Students at Pace University
Chen, L. & Mosley, P. May 2019 - April 2019. Department of Defense , Federal , $62,857.00. Funded.
Camp CryptoBot: GenCyber Summer Camp in Cybersecurity for High School Students at Pace University
Chen, L. & Mosley, P. March 2018 - February 2019. Department of Defense , Federal , $86,233.62. Funded.
Redesigning CIS 102Q Problem Solving Using LEGO Robotics
Mosley, P. January 2017 - May 2017. Office of the Provost , Pace University , $5,000.00. Funded. Pace Innovative Teaching Project - the curriculum of this course was restructured to utilized drones, Bluetooth technology and arduino's to solve problems and promote critical thinking.
Camp CyberBot: GenCyber Camp in Cybersecurity for High School Students
Mosley, P. & Chen, L. March 2016 - March 2017. NSA and NSF , Federal , $61,926.97. Funded. Camp CyberBot, the 2016 GenCyber summer camp in Cybersecurity at Pace University (Pace) is a five-day non-residential workshop held from 9am – 4pm with 1 instructional hour and 5 hands-on/group activity hours. This camp utilizes SeaPerch (underwater robot) as a platform for teaching cybersecurity concepts and fundamentals.
Development of Robotics Technician Curriculum at BCCC
Mosley, P. September 2008 - June 2012. Baltimore City Community College , Pace University , $70,000.00. Funded. Collaborative Advanced Technology Education Project for the Development of a Robotics Technician Curriculum at Baltimore City Community College
Westchester Business Journal [Newspaper], August 13 2018
Why aren't more students pursuing careere in STEM
LoHUd Paper [Newspaper], August 5 2018
Cybersecurity Camp CryptoBot
The Journal News [Newspaper], August 5 2018
Pace University students brings STEM to the Slater Center
Fios 1 [TV], August 3 2018
LoHud [Newspaper], August 2 2018
High school students use robotics to master cybersecurity
The Patch [Newspaper], August 7 2016
Camp CryptoBot - Pace Hosts Cybersecurity camp
The Examiner [Newspaper], August 5 2016
Pace Hosts Cybersecurity Camp for Teachers, students
The Lo Hud [Internet], July 8 2016
Association for Computing Machinery[Member]
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility[Member]
GOOD For Girls[Director of Assessment]
Town of Greenburgh Technology Commmittee[Board member]
The Mount Vernon Technology & Science Youth Center for Advancement[Executive Advisory Board Member]
White Plains GIRLS Academy[Board Member]
YWCA in White Plains & Central Westchester[Board Member]
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Computer Society[Member]
White Plains Youth Bureau[Board Member]
The Westchester County Youth Board[Member]
Seidenberg Awards Ceremony [Attendee, Meeting]
Desc: Attend ceremony.
Student Orientation Day
Seidenberg Award Ceremony
[Attendee, Award Ceremony]
Undergraduate Research Day
Desc: Contributing writer for PilotOnline Learning (newsletter)
Youth Mission of Life
Desc: Director of the youth program.
Desc: This is an organization which I founded in partnership with the Greenburgh Public Library to provide children k-12 a platform to become confident via presenting.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: Two children of this program have received recognition from Paul Feiner the Town Supervisor for their work and the benefit of this program.
Westchester County Youth Bureau