Robert L. Tureman, Jr. is Associate Professor of Information Systems Technology for Paul D. Camp Community College at the Suffolk Campus. He joined the college in 1983 after working in computer analysis and software development for System Development Corporation and Data Design Laboratories in Norfolk, Virginia. He holds the Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science, both from Old Dominion University. He was promoted to Associate Professor in August of 2000.
He was named a Chancellor's Commonwealth Professor for the Virginia Community College System for 1991-1993. He has been a summer faculty fellow in the ASEE fellowship program at NASA's Langley Research Center, most recently in 1996. He was a recipient in the 1989 Competition for Excellence conducted by the League for Innovation in the Community College and IBM Corporation for his project titled "The Pascal Programming Learning Station." He has completed numerous grant funded projects and published several papers.
His computing interests are in the areas of Internet searching, internetworking, software engineering, computer science education and software productivity.