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Northwest Missouri State University


Dr. Douglas Hawley

Dr. Douglas Hawley

Email

Office

2260 Colden Hall

Phone

660.562.1200
660.562.1963 (fax)

Joined Northwest in 2014

Assistant Professor


Education

  • Doctoral Degree - Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis; University of Missouri
  • Master's Degree - Computer Science (Networking and Telecommunications); University of Missouri, Kansas City
  • Bachelor's Degree - Mathematics; William Jewell College

Courses Taught

  • Developing Web Applications and Services
  • Advanced Topics in Database Systems
  • Graduate Directed Projects
  • Fundamentals of Computer Science
  • Data Structures
  • Algorithms
  • Computer Networks
  • Microcomputer Applications
  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • Foundations of Computer Science I
  • Foundations of Computer Science II
  • Algorithms/Business Programming
  • Database Systems
  • Computer Networks
  • Advanced Algorithms

Academic Interests

  • Security and Privacy
  • Human Factors
  • Enterprise Computing

Scholarly Activity

  • Hawley, D. (2016). Implementing Business Analytics within the Supply Chain: Success and Fault Factors. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation, 19 (2), 112-120.
  • Hawley, D. (2015, September). Using Business Analytics to Secure a Position in the Supply Chain. Paper presented at the 9th European Conference on Information Management and Evaluation, Bristol, UK (120-127).
  • Hawley, D. (2006, May). The influence of developing a web-based course on classroom instructional techniques. Academic Business World. Nashville, TN.
  • Hawley, D. (2006, February). Whose Internet is it? KME/SMS Conference. Liberty, MO.
  • McDonald, M., Rickman, J., McDonald, G., Heeler, P., Hawley, D.  (2002, April).  Providing Internship and Laboratory Experiences for Students in Computer Network Courses.  Presented at Central Plains Computing Consortium for Small Colleges, Kansas City, KS.  Presentation by Doug Hawley and Jon Rickman, based on work done by the group.
  • Hawley, D. (2002, April).  Networking 101.  Presented at the Rural Technology Building Capacity Consortium, Maryville, MO.
  • McDonald, M., Rickman, J., McDonald, G., Heeler, P., Hawley. D. (2001, March).  Practical Experiences for Undergraduate Computer Networking Students.  The Journal of Computing in Small Colleges, 16 (3), 261-270.
  • McDonald, M., Rickman, J., McDonald, G., Heeler, P., Hawley, D.  (2001, April).  Practical Experiences for Undergraduate Computer Networking Students.  Presented at Central Plains Computing Consortium for Small Colleges, Branson, MO.  Presentation by Merry McDonald, Jon Rickman, and Doug Hawley, based on work done by the group.
  • McDonald, M., Rickman, J., McDonald, G., Heeler, P., Hawley, D.  (2001, February). Showcase poster presentation of work on NSF grant entitled Partnerships in Computer Networking: Beyond Theory to Professional Practice.  Presented at Thirty-Second SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Charlotte, NC.  Approximately 15 NSF projects were selected to be showcased.  Presentation by Merry McDonald and Gary McDonald, based on work done by the group.

Other Professional Experiences

  • Member, ACM
  • Seven years of IT experience in industry at Nucor, the largest steel producer in North America.