Andrew L. Drozd, of Rome, received a doctoral degree from the Ralph C. Wilson School of Education at St. John Fisher College on Monday, Aug. 24.
Drozd fulfilled all of the required course work for
the doctorate in executive
leadership while enrolled at the
college’s extension site in
Thus work included an original research study and dissertation: On the Efficacy of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Pedagogy in Central New York State with Implications of Instruction-based Theoretic Frameworks on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
Drozd is president/CEO and chief scientist of ANDRO Computational Solutions, LLC and the executive director of the Project Fibonacci Foundation, Inc.
His future plans include continued scientific research in human and machine learning for journal and book publications that would inform the field of artificial intelligence and assist in technological workforce preparedness to enhance global competitiveness through innovation.
He also continues to research the field of quantum science to advance the state of the art in radio frequency communications, cyber, and networking systems.