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Mr. Rino Nori
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Mr. Rino Nori is a Professor Adjunct in the School of Engineering. He has been an adjunct at Fairfield University since 1998, and has taught courses in the Masters of Software Engineering and Masters of Management of Technology programs: SAP and Abap, SAP Materials Management, Software Design, Software Engineering Methods, Information Systems.  Currently Mr. Nori is teaching MOT0415 in the Masters of Technology Management program.  Mr. Nori can be reached at his consulting firm, Nori & Associates,  His full biography may be obtained from his media web site:

Mr. Rino Nori, CDP, CCP holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from The NYU Polytechnic University of New York ('68), a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from the City College Graduate School of Engineering ('73), and an MBA from Fordham University ('77).  Mr. Nori is a specialist in IT Management and Software Engineering, with deep experience in system planning, applications portfolio management, project management and estimating.  He is an IT business executive with technical and accounting hands on skills and experience.  Mr. Nori is actively involved in professional, academic and civic organizations.  He is an academic member of the World Wide Institute of Software Architects (WWISA), a member of the Society for Information Management (SIM), a member of the Fairfield County Dot Net and SQL Server User Group, and a 25 year member of Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), where in prior years he was president of their Stamford Chapter and chairman of their New England Computer Conference (NECON).