Faculty and Staff

Hector E. Will

Dr. Hector E. Will

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
Program Director, Electrical Engineering

Room 253, Koch Venter for Engineering and Science
Will's Full Biography

Dr. Hector E. Will is an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Evansville, holding a PhD from Purdue University. His research interests are multifaceted, prominently featuring the advancement of STEM education. He places specific emphasis on leveraging contemporary technologies and model-based learning to enhance the understanding of intricate scientific concepts. Furthermore, Dr. Will's academic pursuits extend to developing novel curriculum approaches in emerging fields like Quantum Computing and Machine Learning.

Bruce Mabis

Dr. Bruce Mabis

Clinical Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Room 259, Koch Center for Engineering and Science
Mabis's Full Biography

Dr. Bruce Mabis has lived in Evansville for the last 46 years. He started teaching Computer Science at UE in 1975. Dr. Mabis has taught at UE and three other universities all in the tristate area. He received his PhD in Computer Science from Vanderbilt University in 1992, specializing in software engineering. Away from academics he enjoys time with his wife, three sons, and three grandkids. In his spare time he finds a little time to do things like cut firewood and perform magic whenever he gets the chance.
Maxwell Omwenga

Dr. Maxwell Omwenga

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Room 252, Koch Center for Engineering and Science
Omwenga's Full Biography

Program Director, Computer Science

Dr. Maxwell Omwenga is the Program Director of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Evansville (UE). Before joining UE, he worked as a Data Science Researcher with the Networked Intelligence Laboratory at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His areas of expertise include machine learning, cyber-physical systems, and edge computing. He is an award winner of the Technology Symposium 2019 and a member of Sigma Xi. He is particularly interested in using methods of modeling, simulation, optimization, and machine learning to solve real-world complex sequential decision problems. Dr. Maxwell has published research papers in a variety of prestigious journal and conferences, such as, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, IEEE International Conference on Communications, ISSAT International Conference on Data Science & Intelligent, African Conference for Software Engineering and Applied Computing, IEEE International Conference on Industrial Internet, IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration and EAI International Conference on Mobile Multimedia.
Robert Morse

Dr. Robert Morse

Professor Emeritus of Computer Science

Room 262, Koch Center for Engineering and Science
Morse's Full Biography

Dr. Morse is professor emeritus of computer science at the University of Evansville. Professor Morse retired in 2018 after 20 years of service to the university.


Tonya Albright

Ms. Tonya Albright

Administrative Assistant for the School of Engineering and Computer Science