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1966-Present MIT Faculty - TenuredProfessor at Sloan School in Management and Professor in Electrical Engineering, member MIT Project MAC, Energy Lab, CISR, MIT Faculty Webpage,
1977-present MIT Permanent Tenure Awarded by Dean Abe Siegel and Jerome Weisner.
Business Re-Engineering with Information Technology by Professor John J. Donovan (1994)
2009-Present Received an Honorary Doctorate in Economics University of Economics, Prague
1996-Present Certificate of Recognition, 31 Years of MIT Service,teaching Systems Programming MIT
1966-present MIT Quarter Century Club, Lifetime Membership Award (picture 1)
1989-1997 Adjunct Professor of Management, MIT, Sloan School, Sloan Fellows, MIT Walker Memorial
1966-1975 Teaching award Electrical Engineering courses taught at MIT:(see MIT course catalog), 6.47 (introduction to computers with Kurger, Susan, "Pedagogical Aids for Programming") 6.251, 6.802, 6.253, 6.542, 6.681, 6.273, 6.53S, 6.857, 6.79
Software Projects: Pedagogical Aids for Software Education and Research Hardcover by Professor John J. Donovan, Stuart Madnick (1977).
Authored and used Professor John J. Donovan’s books:
1974-1988 Graduate level management courses taught: MIT Sloan School Courses taught 15.571, 15.565, 15.568, 15.564, 15.561, Sloan School Catalogue courses, Teaching programs
Authored and used Professor John J. Donovan Books:
1968-1997 51 Theses Supervised, Gutentag, Louis M., “GMIS: Generalized Management Information Systems”, M.S., 1976 Madnick, Stuart E.: “Storage Hierarchy Systems”, 1973, Ph.D
1973-1980 Center for Information Systems Research (CISR) Executive Committee, Principal Investigator, Abe Siegel, Professor Alan Silk, Harvard and Charles Brown CEO, AT&T
1977-1978 Management Information Science Steering Committee, (Picture #1) Sloan School MIT, Management Information Systems group Sloan School, Madnick, Dean Michael, Scott Morton
1970-1985 Community Catalyst Program Member Indian Ridge Farm, Ipswich, Mass
1970-1990 Industrial Liaison Program MIT - Faculty Representative (Picture #1), Professor John J. Donovan visits to Olivetti, Italy, Siemens, Germany One relationship HP, CEO Lou Platt
1973-1990 Associate Professor of Management, Sloan School (tenured)(Picture #2) Associate Professor of management science. Taught with Professor Jay Forrester, founder MIT systems dynamics, inventor of core memory, and Michael Dertouzos , Head MIT Laboratory of computer Science
Operating Systems by Professor John J. Donovan and Stuart E. Madnick (Oct 1974, 18 printings ’79, ’81. ’84. ’91. 2009)
1970-1972 Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering

Associate Professor Of MIT EE Department (picture #4)

MIT Department of computer science, course 6A

Systems Programming by Professor John J. Donovan (McGraw-Hill computer science series) Mar 1972, 11 printings, ’74, ’79. ’84, ’91, ’08
1966-1970 Assistant Professor of MIT Electrical Engineering Assistant Professor of EE (picture #5), MIT Department of computer science course 6A, Teaching courses 6.47, introduction to computers, book to be loaded into ssrn, 6.251 systems programming. Research on the MULTICS system
Instructor's Manual to Accompany Systems Programming by Professor John J. Donovan (McGraw-Hill, 1972 - Computer programming - 157 pages
1966-1968 Post-doctoral Engineering fellow, Department of Electrical Engineering Teaching Introduction to computer courses course 6A (Picture #1) research in MIT Project MAC on multiprocessing
1974-1983 Founding Member and faculty (picture #1), Sloan School Center for Information Systems Research (CISR) associate Professor, Founder Tufts Center for Birth Defects, Chairman MITROL, Co-founder Intercomp,President Carter’s Presidential committee, on USSR and USA computer technology, taught with professor Michael Hammer Charles Brown CEO ATT early case
Opportunities in Technology by Professor John J. Donovan (1989, 1994)
1976-1981 Principal Investigator MIT Energy Laboratory , (Picture #1) press conference , Professor John J. Donovan, Dean Bill Pounds MIT, Sloan School, Lt Governor Tip O’Neil Jr. 1978, Decision Support Group, Energy Laboratory, Developer of NEEMIS, Mr. W. Keating director of New England regional commission, David White Director MIT Energy Laboratory, Arch McGill, Vice President, AT&T
1967-1976 Member (Picture #1) Project MAC, Development Team of Multics, predecessor to UNIX
1979-1988 MIT, Undergraduate Admission and Financial Aid Committee, Faculty Representative (Picture #1), Tufts Admissions
1973-1995 MIT, Undergraduate Research Opportunity (UROP) Advisor (Picture #1)
1970-1982 Freshman Advisor, MIT Interactions at MIT, and at Professor John J. Donovan’s home
1977-1989 Donovan in PHD Program (Picture #1) PHD Program in Management (picture teaching, John Derubeis, outstanding person, Wellesley/MIT wonderful girl) Harvard Fogg Art Museum
1968-1977 Lecturer basic computer courses (Picture #1), Lowell Institute (Community Institute of MIT)
1970-1974 ACM National Lecturer (Picture #1)
1970-2001 Course 6A - Course 15, Graduate Councilor and Adviser
1975-1984 Lecturer Professor John J. Donovan (Picture #1) Sloan Fellows Program
1974-1983 Lecturer Professor John J. Donovan (picture #1) Sloan Senior Executive Program
1974-1994 Sloan Urban Executive Program, Lecturer and further reserach into urban challenges, Athens, Geneva
1967-present Intramural Basketball, Member MIT intermural team, Alumni Pool,
1983-present MIT Benefactor (Picture #1), to MIT Sailing, MIT crew, MIT sailing pavilion, MIT boat house
1970-present Benefactor of Crew Shells (picture #1), Nautical Association, Sailing, MIT intermural sailing, Linda Donovan
1970-1972 MIT Student Teaching Award for best and most difficult course 6.251 Teaching systems programming, MIT gym
1963-1968 Professor John J. Donovan MIT post-Doctoral Fellow, MIT Undergraduate student in joint program with Tufts Professor John J. Donovan Official Alumni Site, MIT, Professor Bruce Wedlock
1969 David Schultz Award for Excellence in Teaching, (Picture #1), Systems Programming course, Operating systems course
1963-Present Trustee,(Picture #1), Community Service Fund, J Wiesner, President, MIT, President Kennedy science advisor, Continuation of community and children assistance

MIT Alumni Family

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1981-1985-present MIT Alumni: Wife Mary Jo Donovan (Bunker, Bovich), MBA, '84, Management) (Picture #2), BS, 1974, Magna cum Laude, Michigan Scholar 4.0 cum, Michigan Univeristy, Flint, Michigan, (1974-1980), Burroughs, ATT, highest awards for leadership and sales
1963, 1967-68 Professor John J Donovan, (post-doctorate fellow 1968, joint B.S with Tufts 1963)

MIT Alumni Colleagues

  MIT Colleagues lectured with in CTG Executive Programs
1991-1995 Cambridge Technology group lecturer, Professor Nicholas Negroponte, Wiki, Linked-In, Lectured on Multimedia
1977-present Teaching with Professor John J. Donovan, Professor Stuart Madnick, Wiki Linked-In, MIT Sloan Lectured on decision support systems
1994 Mr. John S. Reed, Wiki, CEO Citicorp, MIT Sloan Board Lectured on Citicorp’s atm
1993-1998 Lecturing CTG programsProfessor Jack Rockart, MIT Page MIT Sloan School, Director, CISR center for information science, Linked-in,Lectured on critical success factors
1994-2010 Professor Paul MacAvoy, Alternative, MIT Department of Economics, Lectured on Deregulation, Woodstock Inn
1994 Professor Randy Davis, Wiki, MIT Sloan School, Talked on a "New view of intellectual property and software"
1990 Dean Abraham Siegel, Wiki, MIT Sloan School Challenges on business school education
1983-1990 Mary Jo Donovan, Bovich, Bunker, MIT, Sloan School MBA (Picture #1) talked on Effective sales Techniques, President George H W Bush, 100 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, Mass apartment
1989 Dr. Craig Fields, Bloomberg, Chief Scientist DARPA, MIT Ph.D., MIT sponsor of project MAC, research in DARPA, Lecturing with Donovan CTG/Seagate, CTG Lecturing, Lectured on Advanced technology
1979 Professor J. C. R. Licklider, Biography, MIT, E.E., Project MAC Lectured on The story of time sharing