Craig  Blaha

Craig Blaha

Lecturer and Undergraduate Faculty Liaison


Biography

Dr. Craig Blaha is an adjunct lecturer at the School of Information with expertise in social networking, privacy, information security, and archives.

Degrees

Ph.D. UT Austin, School of Information
MA, Education, Claremont Graduate University, CA

BA, Fine Arts, Pomona College, Claremont, CA

Courses

YearSemesterCourse NumberCourse
2020FallI 301Introduction to Informatics
2020FallINF 380EPerspectives on Information
2020FallINF 380EPerspectives on Information
2020SpringINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2020SpringINF 380EPerspectives on Information
2020Summer 9 WeekINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2020Summer 9 WeekINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2019FallINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2019FallIMS 386Identity Security
2019FallINF 380EPerspectives on Information
2019FallINF 380EPerspectives on Information
2019SpringINF 380EPerspectives on Information
2019SpringINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2019SpringINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2019Summer 9 WeekINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2019Summer 9 WeekINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2018FallINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2018FallIMS 386Identity Security
2018FallINF 380EPerspectives on Information
2018FallINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2018SpringINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2018SpringINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2018Summer Session 1INF 380CInformation in Social and Cultural Context
2018Summer 9 WeekINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2018Summer 9 WeekINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2017FallINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2017FallINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2017SpringINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2017SpringINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2017SpringINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2017SpringIMS 386Identity Security
2017SpringINF 303DAcademic Success in the Digital University
2017SpringINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2017Summer 9 WeekINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2017Summer 9 WeekINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2016FallINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2016FallINF 303DAcademic Success in the Digital University
2016FallINF 304DIntroduction to Information Studies
2016FallINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2016FallINF 335CInformation in Cyberspace
2016SpringINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2016SpringINF 335WInformation in Cyberspace
2016SpringINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2016SpringINF 335WInformation in Cyberspace
2016Summer 9 WeekINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2016Summer 9 WeekINF 335WInformation in Cyberspace
2015FallINF 335WInformation in Cyberspace
2015FallINF 335WInformation in Cyberspace
2015FallINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2015FallINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2015SpringINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2015SpringINF 335WInformation in Cyberspace
2015Summer 9 WeekINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2014FallINF 335WInformation in Cyberspace
2014FallINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2014SpringINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2014SpringINF 327EInformation and People Public Policy & The Internet
2013FallINF 327EInformation and People Social Networking & Privacy
2013FallINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2013SpringINF 327EInformation and People Public Policy And The Internet
2013Summer Session 2INF 327WInformation and People - web-based Social Networking & Privacy
2012FallINF 327EInformation and People Social Networking & Privacy
2012SpringINF 327EInformation and People Public Policy And The Internet
2012Summer 9 WeekINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2011FallINF 327EInformation and People Social Networking & Privacy
2011SpringINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2010FallINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based
2010SpringINF 304WIntroduction to Information Studies - web-based