Asst Professor - Educator,
LCB Opers, Bus Analy, and Infor Stytems
320 2925 Campus Green Drive
In 1995, David graduated Summa Cum Laude with a triple major in Quantitative Analysis, Marketing, and Management from the University of Cincinnati’s College of Business with a Bachelor’s Degree. A year later, in 1996, he earned a Masters of Business from UC with a focus in Quantitative Analysis.
Currently, David is an Assistant Professor-Educator in the Lindner College of Business, in addition to his role as the Information Systems Undergraduate Program Director. He teaches the Information System Capstone, Web Development in .Net and Digital Technologies in Business, and Health and Informatics Masters courses. Since 1998, he has been teaching Probability and Statistics, AP Computer Science and Database Application Development at Elder High School. The following year, he became an adjunct professor of Probability and Statistics for The College of Mount St. Joseph now known as Mount Saint Joseph University. David brings a wealth of experience from various institutions as he has taught cohort classes at Bethesda North Hospital, Mercy Western Hills, St. Elizabeth and Bethesda Oak through his Mount St. Joseph affiliation.
David is a system architect and information flow analyst. Since 1991, he has been a founder of D & P Software, Schedule DR LLC, and Panther Productions, he has created Sports Scheduling software that provides the backbone scheduling engine for organizations world-wide. This product has aided companies like Active.com, EZFacility, and Sports and Social clubs. With David’s expertise at every level of sports, league, tournament, and facility scheduling, several outfits such as various organizations and sports parks have benefited from these efforts.
In the medical field since the late 1990s,
David’s electronic health records, and patient and physician scheduling software have been performing limitlessly and securely in a web-based environment. He has also created software that runs governmental diagnostic laboratories, guiding and tracking information flow from Central Receiving to Customer Billing with comprehensive dynamic reporting. These diverse systems in telecommunication (bank forecasting systems, legal systems, student information systems, etc.), animal testing and tracking, and large scale machinery industries created over a decade ago are still in full scale use today.