Eiman Ahmed

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers University, where I study the implications of information systems on user behavior and mental health.

I am also a computer and information systems instructor at Rutgers, Pace, and Columbia University, where I teach students how to program in Python and Java.  

In the past, I was a software engineer at Morgan Stanley, and I received my Bachelor's degree in computer science from Pace University.

Please see my CV for more information on my experience. My contact, social networking, teaching, and research information are also provided.