Don Bonidie

  • Part-Time Instructor
  • Pronouns: he, him, his

Don started his teaching career in the summer of 2000 teaching Software for Personal Computing, CS0131. Don’s interest in web design and programming led him to develop and teach both CS0134, Intro to Web Design & Development, and CS0334, Intermediate Web Site Design & Development for over a decade. Later, Don went on to teach and focus on CS0441, Discrete Structures, and more recently CS0007, Introduction to Computer Programming. In addition to his teaching experience, Don has 28+ years of administrative experience at Pitt, primarily in the Computer Science Department and in the School of Computing and Information Dean’s office. Don is a past winner of the Computer Science teaching award for a service course.


  • MSIS, University of Pittsburgh