About me - I'll keep it short:
I am a Harford Alumni - I was a student here from 2000 to 2002 where I receieved my Associate's in Computer Science so I can tell you firsthand that Harford is a great school.
From Harford, I transferred to UMBC (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) where I receieved my Bachelor's in Computer Science in 2005.
Currently, I'm at UMBC in my final throes of graduate school - writing the dreaded Master's Thesis. I hope to have that completed and receive my Master's in Computer Science soon.
I've been a tutor in the Math Center for 8 years (2000 - ?) so if you ever find yourself in need of assistance and you cannot get ahold, of me, definitely check out Room 101 in Fallston Hall. Aside from the wonderfully qualified people I've had the privilege of working with, you can find all the current course textbooks there as well. The Math Center is a free service afforded to you as students of the college for all classes at Harford that contain a significant mathematical component.
Last, but not least, the reason why you're all here. I started teaching at Harford in the Summer 2007 semester and I enjoy it immensely. So much to the point that I would like to remain as an adjunct when I finally go to work full time.
Finally, in my spare time, I like to read, play the piano (I'm not too good, but I'm not too bad either), play video games, do logic and crossword puzzles, follow baseball when the weather is warm, and umpire baseball.
Well, that's me in a nutshell.