William Henry - Visiting Assistant Professor.
William HenryVisiting Assistant Professor.
13/SU-CM-9400-01 Internship I (0 Credit)
13/FA-CM-9401-01 Internship I (1 Credit)
13/SU-CM-9401-01 Internship I (1 Credit)
13/FA-CM-9402-01 Internship I (2 Credit)
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13/SU-CM-9403-01 Internship I (3 Credit)
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13/FA-CM-9404-01 Internship I (4 Credit)
13/SU-CM-9404-01 Internship I (4 Credit)
13/SU-CM-9405-01 Internship I (5 Credit)
13/FA-CM-9405-01 Internship I (5 Credit)
13/FA-CM-9411-01 Internship II (1 Credit)
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13/FA-CM-9413-01 Internship II (3 Credit)
13/FA-CM-9414-01 Internship II (4 Credit)
13/FA-CM-9415-01 Internship II (5 Credit)
13/FA-FM-735-01 Telecommunications:concepts, Strategies
13/FA-FM-798-01 Demonstration of Professional Competency
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Bachelor of Arts, New York University
Professor Henry, president & COO of Access Millennium, Inc., has over 35 years experience in the information technologies (IT) industry. Prior to founding Access Millennium, Inc. in 1997, he was Managing Principal of HENRY Consultants, Inc., an IT professional services firm that he co-founded in 1994. Mr. Henry was employed at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Company from 1987 to 1994. He was appointed Director of Corporate Telecommunications in 1989 and was responsible for developing and facilitating the company's global data, image, video and voice telecommunication strategies.
A former military officer, Professor Henry began his career with AT&T Long Lines working in various management positions within the engineering, operations, sales and marketing departments. In 1982, he joined AT&T Information Systems where he held positions of increasing responsibility. From 1983-1985, Professor Henry completed courses related to critical software technologies, fundamentals of operating systems and information systems design at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Advanced Information Systems Institute.
Professor Henry, a faculty member at the School of Architecture since 1995,teaches telecommunications and infrastructure technology to students enrolled in the Graduate Facilities Management Program. Widely respected for his extensive knowledge of the infrastructure technologies that form the basis for designing and constructing smart buildings, he was a guest lecturer in the information technology department at New York University's Graduate Management Center from 1993 to 1995.
The father of two (2) daughters, Mr. Henry resides in New Rochelle, NY with his wife and younger daughter.