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WVU Parkersburg faculty member is one of nine in United States honored for contributions to Cisco networking academy program.
CONTACT: Doug Weaver, associate professor of computer science, 304-424-8330.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEA West Virginia University at Parkersburg computer science professor is one of nine United States college faculty honored for contributions to the world-wide Cisco networking academy program.
Doug Weaver, an associate professor of computer science, is being honored as a winner in the Cisco Networking Academy Global Recognition Program.
More than 3,000 nominations were submitted for the recognition program. Weaver was one of nine in the United States recognized for extraordinary contributions to the Cisco networking academy.Weaver is coordinator of WVU Parkersburg’s Computer and Information Technology associate degree program. He joined the WVU Parkersburg faculty in 1999. He received a bachelor's degree from Cedarville College and a master's from Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary.
WVU Parkersburg is a Cisco certified local and regional networking academy. Local academy courses prepare students for both Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) national certifications. As a Cisco regional academy, WVU Parkersburg also trains and certifies Cisco Certified Academy Instructors (CCAI) both locally and worldwide.The Cisco Networking Academy Program is a public, private, partnership between Cisco, governments, and education institutions. The program provides students with a practical grounding in networking technologies and techniques, leading directly into professional qualifications.