Douglas P. Mitcham, M.S.
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Zimmerman Hall 312M
M.S. Computer Science (Boston University 1990)
B.S. Mathematics (Evangel University 1980)
Job Responsibilities: Overseeing/maintaining the Computer Science (CPSC) program; teaching various computer science/math courses; advising (academic) CPSC majors; responsibilities with regard to various committee assignments; Faculty Athletics Representative
Org Memberships: IEEE Computer Science Society ACM
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and a member of ACM’s Computer Science Education Special Interest Group
Courses Taught: Intro. to Computer Science (CPSC 111), Visual Basic Programming (CPSC 141), Data Structures (CPSC 211), Computer Hardware Organization (CPSC 225), Intro to File Processing (CPSC 231), Data Communications (CPSC 325), Artificial Intelligence (CPSC 435), Operating Systems (CPSC 415), Data Base Management Systems (CPSC 441), Senior Projects (CPSC 493), Algebra/Trigonometry (MATH 122, 124, 129), Discrete Math (MATH 212), Math for Elementary Teachers I & II (MATH 120/121)
Started Work: Fall semester of 1993
Favorite Thing About Work: My favorite things are the people, the atmosphere and the flexibility in teaching style.
Was an Evangel Student: Jan 1977 through May 1980
Favorite Memory as a Student: I have many memories, but one of my favorites is being on the first football team and defeating SMSU (now MSU) the following year.
Originally From: Natick, MA
Personal Information: Originally from Natick, MA. I was a member of the bluegrass gospel group ‘Green Valley Grass’. We released seven recordings. Our group had been together since 1997, performing 80+ concerts each year. The group was voted Midwest Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year five years in a row (2003 through 2007) and was nominated for national Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year twice. Four songs entered the European Country Gospel Chart. The group disbanded in 2009 and we formed a group called “Bob Hammons and Wildwood” (bh-wildwood.com). This group has been voted Midwest Gospel Group of the Year three times (2010 through 2013) and Vocal Group of the Year once (2010).