Amy Warneka is a visiting instructor in the ISDS department, mainly teaching classes in Lakeland.
Her research interests are Virtual Technology, 3D Gaming for Education and the Virtual Classroom.
She has a master's degree in organizational leadership and supervision/virtual technology from Purdue University, a bachelor's degree in biological sciences from the University of Kentucky, and a bachelor's degree in computer sciences from the University of Maryland. She has taught at Purdue University and is CEO and lead partner of Indiana-based consulting firm IPASS Consulting, LLC, which specializes in virtual collaboration. She is also a Desert Storm U.S. Army veteran.
- "Perceptions of Undergraduate Students toward the Use and Application of Virtual Reality Technologies in the Classroom." Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Purdue University in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Science; Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, (May 2012).
- "Applied Leadership (Preliminary Edition)." Eds. Scott R. Homan, Ph.D., University Readers.
- "Using Virtual Worlds to Teach Crime Scene Investigation Management Techniques." Poster presentation at the Federal Consortium of Virtual Worlds Conference, Washington, DC (2010); First place winner - Poster presentation at Purdue University C & W Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (2010)