Ms. Andria L. Hunter
Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences
University of Toronto at Scarborough
1265 Military Trail, Room S-625A
Graduated Nov 1996: UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO (U of T), TORONTO, ON, CANADA
Degree: MSc Computer Science. (Systems Area)
Published Thesis. A- average for course work.
Graduated May 1990: UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE (UNH), DURHAM, NH, U.S.A.
Degree: BSc Computer Science. (Summa Cum Laude)
Cumulative GPA: 3.81 out of 4.00
(ranked 5th in class of 308 students)
Graduated June 1986: THOMAS A. STEWART SECONDARY SCHOOL, PETERBOROUGH, ON, CANADA
Degree: O.S.S.H.G.D. (Grade 13)
(ranked 1st in class of 83 students)
1999-present: UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, TORONTO, ON.
Lecturer. Courses taught include:
"Computing Skills for Co-op",
"The Why and How of Computing," and
"Introduction to Computer Programming."
Duties include designing course, hiring teaching
assistants, holding weekly lectures and office
hours, preparing assignments and marking schemes,
supervising teaching assistants, preparing exams,
invigilating exams, and submitting final marks.
Dec 1997-present: ALH Computer Solutions, TORONTO, ON.
Internet and Private Tutoring.
I have started my own company for doing web page
work and private tutoring in Java, Turing, and
Sep 1997-Dec 1997: A+ Tutoring Service, TORONTO, ON.
Private Java Tutoring.
Conducting private Java tutoring sessions, primarily
with students enrolled in courses in the Department
of Computer Science at the University of Toronto.
Nov 1996-present: Internet contract work, TORONTO, ON.
CGI programs and web page design.
Since graduating with my MSc in Computer Science,
I have been working on a variety of Internet
contract jobs. This work includes designing web
sites and writing search engines.
July 1996-July 1997: CIRSA, TORONTO, ON.
Database supervision and web page design.
Duties include supervising the creation of a
database (written in MS Access) for the Canadian
Inline and Roller Skating Association (CIRSA),
and creating a web site for CIRSA.
1991-1999: UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, TORONTO, ON.
Teaching Assistant for "The Why and How of
Computing," "Introduction to Computer Programming,"
"Systems Modelling and Discrete Simulation," and
"Operating Systems" courses.
Duties include preparing and conducting a weekly
one-hour tutorial, holding office hours, marking
assignments, web page maintenance, and proctoring
and marking exams.
Summers 1989-90: GE CANADA, PETERBOROUGH, ON.
Computer Programmer in the Motors Department.
Duties included writing Induction Motor Design
Modules (Fortran77), restructuring and redesigning
Fortran77 code for Synchronous Motor/Generator
Design programs, modifying the Research and
Development program that keeps track of finances
for the Motors and Drives Department (DBase III+).
1988-89: UNH UNIVERSITY COMPUTING, DURHAM, NH.
VAX Large System's Computer Consultant.
Duties included assisting students and faculty with
editors, various software packages, and the UNIX
and VMS operating systems. Responsible for
maintaining terminals, laser and line printers.
Summer 1988: ONTARIO HYDRO, DARLINGTON NUCLEAR G.S., ON
Summer student in the Civil Engineering section.
Duties included reinforcing calculations for
billing, coordinating between Hydro and
Contractors, qualifying trades people for
installing seismically qualified anchors,
programming (DBase III and Lotus), assisting
inspections on qualified anchors and paint.
Summers 1985-87: M.J. DAVENPORT & ASSOCIATES, PETERBOROUGH, ON.
Land Survey Assistant and Draftsperson.
Duties included using rod and chain, drafting,
plotting profile graphs, cut and fill calculations,
using computer to calculate flood plain levels.
MSc Thesis: Aspects of Workload Characterization for Distributed
System Models (U of T, Department of Computer Science)
The first part was a detailed workload characterization
analysis of the CDF academic distributed computing
system (a system that was mainly used by under-
graduate students at U of T). In the second part,
cluster analysis was used to make a stochastic
distribution-driven model for the CDF system.
University Projects: C Compiler, 3-D X Windows Graphics package, Multi-user
network game on a UNIX system, simulation (using CSIM)
of a large-scale heterogeneous distributed system with
hierarchical load sharing, LISP Interpreter, VAX
Assembler, VAX Assembler Linker, and VAX Debugger.
World Wide Web: Design and maintenance of the 'Women's Hockey Web' web
site. This site contains a collection of women's hockey
information that I have coordinated from around the world.
Languages Studied: Java, C, Visual Basic, VBA, C shell script, Turing, HTML,
CGI, Fortran77, Pascal, Modula2, BASIC, LISP, Prolog,
CLU, VAX Assembly, ICON, Smalltalk.
Computer Systems: DECstations and SUN Workstations using UNIX and X Windows,
IBM PCs using MS-DOS, Windows, and Linux,
Apple MacIntosh systems.
Software Utilities: Microsoft Office, Sun Microsystems StarOffice, Corel
Wordperfect Suite, Macromedia Dreamweaver, X Windows,
LaTeX, CSIM, SAS, jgraph, LEX, YACC, dBase, Lotus.
2007: Peterborough and District Sports Hall of Fame Inductee.
1997: Inline Hockey News, Female Amateur Athlete of the Year.
1996: University of New Hampshire, Department of Women's
Athletics, Hall of Fame Inductee.
1993: Peterborough County, Award of Merit, Achieving
International Recognition in Sports.
1992: Peterborough This Week (Newspaper), Female Athlete
of the Year for 1992.
1991-92: University of Toronto, Karen Hughes Award, Pursuit of
Excellence in Academics and Athletics.
1990-91, 91-92, University of Toronto, Department of Athletics and
93-94, 95-96: Recreation, T-Holder Academic Excellence Award.
1990-92: University of Toronto, Department of Computer Science,
1991-92: University of Toronto, Open Fellowship Award.
1989-90: University of New Hampshire, Engineering and Physical
Sciences, Tech Alumni Achievement Award.
1989-90: University of New Hampshire, Department of Women's
Athletics, Alumni Association Student-Athlete Award.
1988-89: University of New Hampshire, Engineering and Physical
Sciences, Joseph L. Fearer Scholarship.
1988-89: University of New Hampshire, Department of Women's
Athletics, Wildcat Winners Club Scholar-Athlete Award.
1986-87: University of New Hampshire, Department of Women's
Athletics, Jane Blalock Rookie of the Year Award.
1986: Grade 13 Graduation: Highest combined Grade 13 Math
average, Ontario Scholar, General Proficiency
(highest grade 13 overall average), Outstanding
Leadership and Contribution to the School,
Outstanding Graduating Female Athlete, General
Electric Star Scholarship Award.
1984: Scholarship to attend The Canadian Centre for Creative
Technology (Shad Valley), University of Calgary.
Sports and Interests
January 2002: Selected by Canada Post to unveil a new Women's Hockey
stamp at the Canada Post headquarters in Ottawa.
July 2002: Member of the Canadian national women's inline hockey team.
World Champions at Women's World Inline Hockey Championship
in Rochester, USA.
April 1999: Selected to National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) first all-star
team. Also received Most Sportsmanlike Player award.
Sept 1997, Oct 1998, Champions at USA Hockey InLine National Championship held in
Sept 2002: in Las Vegas, Nevada ('97/'02) and New Orleans, Louisana ('99).
Received top scorer award ('97/'02) and selected to all-star team ('99).
August 1997: Canadian Champions at Canadian Hockey InLine National
Championship in Waterloo. Received top scorer award.
August 1996: North American Champions at North American Roller
Hockey Championship (NARCh) in Chicago, IL. Also
attended North American Roller Hockey Championship
from 1995 through 2002. Received top scorer award in 1997.
April 1994: Member of the Canadian national women's ice hockey team.
World Champions at Women's World Ice Hockey Championship
in Lake Placid, USA.
Oct 92 - April 93: Lived in Switzerland with a family (Au-pair) and played
ice hockey for DHC Langenthal.
April 1992: Member of the Canadian national women's ice hockey team.
World Champions at Women's World Ice Hockey Championship
in Tampere, Finland. Third overall in scoring for
the World Championship.
August 1991: Canadian Champions at National Ball Hockey Championship
in Edmonton. Also attended Canadian National
Ball Hockey Championship in 1992, 1993, and 1994.
1986-90: Attended the University of New Hampshire on a full-
tuition women's ice hockey scholarship. Leading
scorer for UNH for 3 of 4 years. Captain of the team
during final year. ECAC Champions in 1987 and 1990.
Other Sports: soccer, softball, track and field, tennis, badminton,
inline hockey, x-country running, down hill skiing,
swimming, water skiing, broomball, field hockey,
Clubs: Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Golden Key National
Honours Society, Student Athletic Association (SAA),
OMAF 4H Club Member (completed 33 projects and held
various executive positions).
Interests: computers, mathematics, sciences, people association,
outdoor recreation (camping, hiking, fishing, nature,
boating), traveling, animal care, helping others.