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Rod Glover is a software engineer at the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium within the Computational Support Group. His main focus is full-stack development of web applications and online tools for visualizing and delivering climate data. Rod has a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science, and an M.Sc. in Computer Science in theory of computation.
Rod's background includes scientific computation, web development, systems analysis, technical writing, and teaching. He has worked for a Silicon Valley web start-up, an engineering company that manufactures remote environmental monitoring systems, a medical devices and software company, and two federal scientific research institutions. Rod also trained and practiced professionally as a psychotherapist for over a decade before returning to the software field about 5 years ago. Most of his career choices have been guided by the intention to make a positive difference in the world. Working at PCIC is a good fit with this objective.
Rod's other pursuits include running, cycling, hiking, and canoeing, as well as woodworking, cooking, travel, and (human) languages.
- M.Sc., Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
- B.Sc., Combined Honours Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Victoria
- M.A., Counselling Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute (Carpinteria, CA)