Margaret Lamb

I am an Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Computing at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada

E-Mail: (Students, please either use your Queen's e-mail address or include the name of your course in your subject header to avoid my spam filters!)
Office: Goodwin 527
Office Phone: 533-6763 (internal extension 36763)

My current office hours are:

These office hours are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. I have a part-time appointment and am only on campus Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during the fall term. Also, for health reasons, I am currently spending as little time as possible on campus, so if nobody wants to meet with me during a particular day's hours I may decide to go home to work. If you would like to meet with me during one of the above time periods, please send me an e-mail to tell me and I'll reserve a 15-minute slot for you. (Please send your e-mail no later than the night before to make sure I see it in time. Or tell me in person before or after class.) I'm happy to meet with my students when it's needed, so feel free to ask. I just am asking you for a little warning.

If neither of these time slots fit into your schedule please send me an e-mail to request an appointment and suggest some times that would work for you. Please attach a copy of your class schedule (screenprint from SOLUS) so I won't waste your time by suggesting an appointment at a time that conflicts with one of your classes. I will get back to you as soon as possible with some choices of times when I could meet with you.

Courses For 2018/2019:
    CISC 220 (fall)
    CISC 260 (winter)

Other courses I have taught:
    CISC 121
    CISC 124
    CISC 211 (a discontinued course)
    CISC 235
    CISC 323 (a discontinued course)
    2 courses for the Enrichment Mini-Course program at Queen's

Condensed C.V.:
1980:  B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Maryland
1983:  M.S. in Computer Science from Carnegie-Mellon University.
1983 - 1984:  Computer Scientist at Tartan Laboratories in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1984 - 1987:  Software Specialist at Andyne Computing in Kingston (now a small part of  OpenText)
1992 - 1997: organist at St. James Church
1997-1998: Research Assistant for Professor Terry Shepard
1997-present: teaching at Queens

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