: Computer Information Technology & Digital Design and Graphics
Progress and knowledge cannot be given or informed to any person. Everyone who wishes to join progress and knowledge must be self-reliant, and fortunately such students are in abundance at Hodges University.
Arkady Grinberg is currently an Associate Professor of the Fisher School of Technology at Hodges University. He received his first Master’s degree from the Ukrainian State University and second Master’s degree from International College (now Hodges University). Prior to teaching at Hodges University, he worked for the Ukrainian Machine-Building Plant as an Electrical Engineer in the Power Supply Department. But he derives his greatest satisfaction working for the DDG and CIT Programs at Hodges University. His areas of specialization include Computer Applications, Computer Hardware and Graphic Design. Professor Grinberg's responsibilities include administering all CompTIA, Microsoft, CISCO, MCAS Certification tests, support and training of faculty on Blackboard, and performing administrative tasks as required by Dean of the School of Technology. In 2006 he published a textbook, Essentials of Graphic Design (3rd edition), through Thomson-Delmar.