Dr. Vynne joined the University in 1982, and has served in many roles including Department Chair of Physical Science and Mathematics, webmaster, and Title III Grant Activity Director for Multimedia and Instructional Computing. She presented her research in online curriculum development in Beijing in 2007. Currently she teaches programming, database, web design, and information systems courses at both the graduate and undergraduate level. Her present-day interests include developing curriculum in cyber security and data analytics.
- 2011 Recipient Harry Kramer Foundation Award to develop an instructional technology lab to promote skill acquisition for student internships
- 2012 Summer Researcher STEM Grant Department of Education: LAMP Web Site Design
- 2013 Summer Researcher STEM Grant Department of Education: Business Partner inside Your Computer (A Business Guide to Partnering with the World Wide Web).
- 2014 Summer Researcher STEM Grant Department of Education: A Comparison of User Preferences Between Semantic and Natural Search Algorithms