Dave Dischiave is an assistant professor and the Director of the Global Enterprise Programs in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, where he teaches a variety of information management and technology courses that include database, enterprise technologies, systems analysis and design.
Dischiave's information technology industry background spans over thirty years where he has held many technical and management positions at a number of large corporations, as well as, start-up ventures in a number of industries that include chemical, data services, energy, food process control, healthcare, insurance, leasing, retail, telecommunications and wholesale distribution. He has held a variety positions including computer programmer, programmer/analyst, systems analyst, project manager, application development manager, software engineering manager, director of application development and a number of IT executive positions.
His teaching experience dates back to the early-seventies where he taught computer fundamentals and computer programming courses at Manchester Community College in Manchester, Connecticut. He also continues to serve as an adjunct faculty member to several local educational institutions, where he teaches a variety of technology and business courses in the MBA program at SUNY Oswego and in Computer Studies department at Onondaga Community College.
Dischiave received a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Potsdam and a Master of Science in Computer Information Technology from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Today, Dischiave continues to co-own a consulting company, CADEIT, where he does business and technical consulting for a variety of medium to large organizations.