Michael Fowler

Michael Fowler, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Networking, Security, and Forensics

Contact Information

(401) 254-3678mfowler@rwu.eduCAS 149

Education

B.A. Rhode Island College M.A. Florida State University Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh

Michael Fowler is an Assistant Professor in the Cybersecurity and Networking Department of the School of Justice Studies at Roger Williams University.  Dr. Fowler’s research focus is cyberwarfare, also including security planning, wargaming and simulations, infrastructure protection, technology education, and the interaction between the cyber and physical worlds.  Dr. Fowler assists in the facilitation of Cyber Patriot teams for the cybersecurity education of high school and middle school students.  He is also the university liaison to the ROTC program.  Dr. Fowler has previously worked as a defense analyst, working on cyberwarfare research, supporting the Naval War College and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center.  He is the author of Amateur Soldiers/Global Wars, a book on the rise of global insurgency.  Dr. Fowler is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (Ph.D.,1998).