Eric Luczaj, Ph.D., Computer Science

Eric Luczaj

Associate Professor


Middletown Campus, 211 Johnston Hall

Teaching and Interests

Jerome Eric Luczaj received his bachelor’s degrees in computer science and business administration from Kentucky Wesleyan College in 1985 and worked in industry for a decade and a half as a systems architect and analyst. He earned his doctorate in Computer Science from the College of Engineering at the University of Cincinnati in 2003.

He joined Miami’s CIT department in 2006 and has taught a variety of subjects including database, web development, theory of computation, programming and computing fundamentals. He has been an active member of the Center for Teaching and Learning Leadership Collaborative since 2008.

His research involves placing content into context to experience subject matter in multiple ways, drawing upon creativity, and combining hard and soft skills to aid learning and long-term retention. His efforts in these areas has resulted in numerous publications in conference proceedings and refereed journals, professional presentations, and a long running institute for gifted students promoting STEM disciplines.