Rylan Chong (Native Hawaiian)
Field of Study: Information Security
Hometown: Maui, Hawaii
Education: 2013 - M.S., Information Security, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Title: Examining the motivations of the community pharmacies to use
Chair: Dr. Stephen Elliott
2010 - B.S., Computer Science, Chaminade University. Honolulu, HI
Research Focus: Technology and Policy
Major Advisor : Dr. Melissa Dark (Chair), Computer and Information Technology
Dr. Dennis Depew (Co-Chair), Industrial Technology
The Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS)
Honors, Grants, Awards and Activities:
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellowship Recipient
Midwest Crossroads Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) Scholar
Program 2012 – 2013
Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant, Purdue University College of Technology, 2012 - Present
Chong, R., Dark, M., Ngambeki, I., & Depew, D. (2014). The efficacy of case studies for teaching
policy in engineering and technology courses. 121th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition,
Indianapolis, IN, June 2014.
Dark, M., Ngambeki, I., Depew, D., & Chong, R. (2014). Social engagement by the engineer.
In C. D. Coyle & R. A. Simmons (Eds.), Understanding the global energy crisis.
West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.
Chong, R. C., Depew, D. R., Ngambeki, I. B., & Dark, M. J.: Teaching social topics in engineering:
The case of energy policy and liberty. 120th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition,
Atlanta, GA, June 2013.
Ngambeki, I. B., Depew, D. R., Chong, R. C., & Dark, M. J.: Approaches to integrating policy into
engineering education. 120th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, GA, June 2013.