Tim Chenoweth, Ph.D., associate professor of information technology, is retiring from Boise State University after 19 years.
Tim’s time at Boise State University will be celebrated from 5-6 p.m., Friday, April 29 in the Kristin Armstrong Municipal Park.
Chenoweth began teaching at the College of Business and Economics in the Department of Information Technology and Supply Chain Management in 2003. His teaching areas and research interests include computer programming, network application development, XML and databases. Chenoweth published articles in journals such as Information Systems Management, Communications of the ACM and Decision Support Systems. He received his doctorate, MBA and Master of Science in Computer Science from Washington State University. Prior to joining Boise State, Tim was an assistant professor in the Computer Information Systems Department at Arizona State University from 1996-2003.