Jesse M. Heines, Ed.D., Professor Emeritus

University of Massachusetts Lowell

Dept. of Computer Science

Jesse Through the Years

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“Civil Rights: A History” Video Program

  Civil Rights Video Project

After 31½ years of teaching, doing research, and advising students at UMass Lowell, I am now officially (and very happily) retired.

Some may tell you that I taught a lot of students, but the truth is that a lot of students taught me.  I am eternally grateful for my career and the many, many students who have been part of my life and allowed me to be part of theirs.

In keeping with my long tradition of finding connections between music and computing, I quote the introduction to “Getting To Know You,” a song from the show The King and I by Rogers and Hammerstein:

It’s a very ancient saying,
     but a true and honest thought:
That if you become a teacher,
     by your pupils you’ll be taught.

All my email addresses are still active, but the best way to contact me now is via email sent to jesse@jesseheines.com.

Research Papers, Books, Columns, etc.   Teaching A Computer To Sing   Performamatics   Scratch Music

MIT Class of 1970

50th Reunion Website

  UMass Lowell Learning in Retirement Association

Learning in Retirement
Assoc. Notes & Links

  The Gentlemen Songsters Lowell, Mass. Barbershop Chorus

Gentlemen Songsters
Barbershop Chorus

  Fireside Barbershop Quartet

Fireside Quartet

Graphic, Photo, and Code Credits

Computational Thinking In Sound

The story of
Performamatics

  Secret War

The story of
Service 5-16-5