Associate Professor (Lecturer)
Dr. Dansie has over 20 years experience in architecting, developing, securing and operating information technology solutions. He has been a technology leader in Internet startups, consulting firms and large Enterprises. He currently teaches information systems courses at the University of Utah as an Assistant Professor (Lecturer) and consults in the area of healthcare information security. Dr. Dansie is a CISSP-ISSMP, received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah, Masters and Doctorate degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Utah, and a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Informatics from Stanford University.
IS 4440-090 Networking and Servers (Student Feedback)
IS 4470-090 Telecom & Security (Student Feedback)
IS 6011-010 Business Technology II (Student Feedback)
IS 6570-090 IT Security (Student Feedback)
IS 6596-002 MSIS Capstone Project (Student Feedback)
IS 6596-090 MSIS Capstone Project (Student Feedback)
IS 6596-091 MSIS Capstone Project (Student Feedback)
IS 6596-092 MSIS Capstone Project (Student Feedback)
IS 6640-003 Networking and Servers (Student Feedback)
Chris Dansie, Richard Sesek & Donald S. Bloswick (2013). Ergonomic risk assessment based on a Bayesian–optimised expert system. International Journal of Human Factors Modelling and Simulation. Vol. 4, 23-34. Practice – refereed, Published, 08/09/2013.
ISACA. Role: Faculty Advisor. Registered Faculty Advisor for ISACA Student Club. 01/01/2015 – present
Botosan Doctoral Thesis Award selection committee. Committee Member, 03/01/2015 – 04/01/2015. College service.
MSIS Admissions Committee. Committee Member, 04/30/2014 – present. Department service.