Program Director WVU Online Software Engineering Program - Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Dale G. Dzielski is a results oriented Project Management Professional (PMP®), Certified Management Accountant (CMA®), Certified SAFe® Agilist, and an IEEE Senior Member, with 35 years of extensive experience supporting complex, deadline-driven operations with IT professionals across various industries including federal and state government sectors with related security clearances. He led the Defense Logistics Agency’s (DLA) Supply Chain Technology and Analysis Research (SC-TAR) and Logistics Enterprise Services Integration (LESI) Projects, Defense Enterprise Logistics Technology Analysis (DELTA) and Defense Open Media Environment (DOME) Laboratories as well as the Joint United States Army and Marine Corps Logistics Interoperability Demonstration (AMLID) Projects.His sterling reputation to effectively communicate and build relationships with clients and customers at all levels of the organization is reflected in a 99.7% satisfaction rating from customers. He is adept at developing and maintaining quality IT processes that reduce redundancy, improve accuracy and efficiency, and achieve organizational objectives. He has never lost a proposal and been a key player in over $200+M winning proposal submissions. He is creative, values driven, proficient at organizational agility to achieve desired results while demonstrating exceptional leadership and interpersonal skills, and repeatedly recognized for successfully coaching, mentoring, and training of peers and subordinates.
Dzielski leads the Online Software Engineering Graduate Program in the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering which includes both a Graduate Certificate and a Master of Science in Software Engineering. In this role, he coordinates 10 instructors and faculty, offering 24 graduate courses online, oversees the marketing efforts of the program, leads the program admissions committee for new admits, advises all program students, leads the Quality Matters effort to improve curriculum and alignment of the courses to a state and national online standard, and teaches five courses in the program. He has participated on various research grants including CITeR and ARPA-E GENSETS programs. He is performing Software Engineering research for NASA IV&V through the West Virginia Space Grant Consortium in the areas of effort and risk of Architecture Technical Debt and the evaluation of binary code. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and sits on the IEEE P1012 Working Group as well as the Agile Sub-working Group and participates on the IEEE P1951 Working Group as well as various WVU committees. His primary research focus includes distance learning environments, collaborative environments, Software Engineering, effort and risk associated to Architecture Technical Debt, business process management and supply chain, enterprise architecture frameworks, and interoperability.
M.B.A Regent University Virginia Beach, VA 1990
B.S. Magna Cum Laude - Fairmont State College Fairmont WV 1986