Perry is an Associate Professor of Informatics at Muskingum University
who brings both academic and industrial experience to his role in the MISST
program. He joined the faculty of Muskingum University in 2001 after working
for sixteen years at Bell Laboratories as an architect, designer and developer
of telecommunications software. He spent two years on the staff of Lucent
Technologies Systems Architecture Review Board that developed an industry
best practice for improving the success of large, complex software projects
through early identification of technical and organizational problems.
His career-long interests focus on leveraging people, processes and technology
to improve software development. Those interests include software engineering
methodologies, the design, implementation and certification of effective software
development processes, the use of semi-formal modeling techniques and code
generation to produce software, and software reuse.
Dr. Perry received a PhD in Computer and Information Science from The Ohio
State University, where he also taught as a Senior Lecturer. He has served
on the faculty of the University of Tennessee – Knoxville, and Denison