Teresa Zigh

 Teresa  Zigh

Dr. Teresa Zigh received her Bachelor of Engineering (1978), her Masters of Managment Science (1985) and her Ph.D. (1997) from Stevens.  Her Ph.D. work examined the use of neural networks to discern meaning in English-language stories.  Since receiving her doctorate, Dr. Zigh has taught courses in the Howe School of Management, including Management Information Systems, Statistics and Probability and Artificial Intelligence.  She successfully developed and taught one of the first online courses in the Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education program, teaching elementary school teachers to use the Web to enhance instruction in science and mathematics. Her areas of interest include statistics and probability, stochastic processes, applied neural networks and linguistics.  She is currently employed at Stevens as a faculty member in the School of Systems and Enterprises, after spending many years at EquiServe, where she was responsible for the generation of over 8 million documents a year.

Faculty Member Courses Taught:

Course #Course/Program NameRole
EM605Elements of Operations ResearchInstructor
I really enjoyed my courses. I can’t believe how much I learned. I went from zero knowledge to really understanding what goes on inside that box."
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