John Hurley, Lecturer in Computer Science

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College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology
Department of Computer Science
Phone: Use email Email: [email protected]



I teach a broad range of courses in Computer Science.  I have most recently taught CS2012: Introduction to Programming With Java Part II, CS2013: Programming with Data Structures, CS3801: Societal and Ethical Impacts of Computing, and CS3035: Paradigms of Programming Languages.  I also advise a group of Senior Design students on a capstone project each year.

Office Hours


The purpose of office hours is to get clarification on class material and assignments.  Come to my office hours with specific questions.  Please don't:

  • Study or write any substantial amount of code in my office hours space
  • Ask me to write code for you
  • Use office hours as a substitute for reading the textbook and paying attention to the lectures

My office hours end at the times shown.  I have other commitments immediately after my office hours, so please arrive or call in well before the scheduled end time. 

Online office hours are not private by default, since other students may overhear our conversation.  If you need to discuss a confidential issue, ask me to set up a private chat. 


Office Hours Schedule For Fall 2020 (online):

I am currently holding my office hours online.  I will email the Zoom links to my current students.  If you are not a current student and want to call in, email me at the address shown above for the link.  I will begin holding these office hours on Monday, Aug 24.

Monday 3:45 PM to 4:45 PM 
Thursday 12:30 PM to 1:25 PM

Senior Design 2019-20

My Senior Design students for 2019-20 were Fadi Haddad, Klaudia Hernandez, Nate Suarez, Tony Truong, and group leader Justine West.  Check out their outstanding work on development for The Arqive.