Robin K. Hill, Ph.D.
Adjunct, Department of Philosophy
Adjunct, Wyoming Institute for Humanities Research
University of Wyoming
|Ph.D., Computer Science||State University of New York at Buffalo, 1994|
|M.S., Management Information Systems||University of Arizona, 1980|
|M.A., Mathematical Logic||University of East Anglia, 1978|
|B.A., Philosophy||University of Wyoming, 1975|
|Teaching: Computer Science, Information Systems, and Philosophy courses for the University of Wyoming, University of Maryland University College (European Division), State University of New York at Binghamton, Metropolitan State College, and others.|
|Does Nature Use Data?||Blog hosted by the Communications
of the ACM
|A Call for More Philosophy in the Philosophy of Computer Science||American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Computers and
Volume 15, Number 2; Spring 2016
|"What An Algorithm Is"||Online through your library at
Published in Philosophy & Technology, 2015, pages 1-25
|"A Collection of
Suggested Electronic Course Templates for Use in Higher Education"
(Hill, Fresen, and Geng)
Published in Research in Learning Technology, April 2014
|"Derivation of Electronic Course Templates for Use in Higher
(Fresen, Hill, and Geng)
Published in Research in Learning Technology, December 2012
|"How Close Did Kurt Godel Get to the
University of Wyoming?"
Feature Article published in SIGACT News, June 2007
|Teaching the Philosophy of Computer Science
Blog concerning ideas for development of the Philosophy of Computer Science.
Help Sheets for Teaching Computer Science (several years old)
Top Ten C++ Errors